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Hi i need to find a kernal with usb debugging and adb setting in developer settings automatically ticked because my phone screen is completely broken and im using a program that requires the two settings to be on. Please help if you can thank you!
 
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I don't think a kernel can enable those, only the user can.. You can probably flash a ROM that has them enabled or a script

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I don't think a kernel can enable those, only the user can.. You can probably flash a ROM that has them enabled or a script

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I also broke my screen and was looking for this exact thing. It's Android Control and I need adb enabled. I tried various ways I found while searching to try to enable adb through TWRP and an adb shell on my PC, but it wouldn't work ( kept getting a "~ # ?[6n" prompt and "not found" when entering "su" ).

Then I found this kernel kitchen. In that thread the dev says you can make the ramdisk insecure and make adb mode persistent. Anybody able to help me out?
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I also broke my screen and was looking for this exact thing. It's Android Control and I need adb enabled. I tried various ways I found while searching to try to enable adb through TWRP and an adb shell on my PC, but it wouldn't work ( kept getting a "~ # ?[6n" prompt and "not found" when entering "su" ).

Then I found this kernel kitchen. In that thread the dev says you can make the ramdisk insecure and make adb mode persistent. Anybody able to help me out?
What version? Mdl mk2 or nb4? Probably already insecure boot.img unless you're running stock tho

Debugging in dev options would be a different story tho. I might be able to figure out how to enable it thru command line tho

And now that I think about it, I don't even know what would work since you're dual booting.
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What version? Mdl mk2 or nb4? Probably already insecure boot.img unless you're running stock tho

Debugging in dev options would be a different story tho. I might be able to figure out how to enable it thru command line tho

And now that I think about it, I don't even know what would work since you're dual booting.
I figured out how to get adb shell working, but I had to switch TWRP out for CWM non-touch. That let me use adb correctly through recovery and I found a way to enable adb in the ROM that way by pulling settings.db and editing the "adb_enabled" setting there. Now I'm just caught because I can't see the screen to authorize my PC to use adb... I tried to manually put the adb key from my PC's file into the adb_keys file on the phone but that didn't work and I'm pretty sure I did it right. That process is described here for anyone curious.
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