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By player911, Recognized Developer on 28th April 2014, 01:16 AM
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16th April 2015, 06:39 AM |#51  
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Do I have to download Google's 500mb Android SDK beforehand? Currently connecting via USB only gives up a vendor ID and device ID, but no name. It gets recognized if it connects as a USB device, but still with no name according to "lsusb".

Ditto with my ASUS TF700, but that I can at least push/pull from (no USB mode for file traansferring via thunarr).
29th April 2015, 10:13 PM |#52  
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Question App Memory gained by rooting?
Needed more memory for apps so I rooted Azpen A727 with "Kingo Android ROOT". Was very easy.
Before rooting I had disabled: Bio eBooks, Games, Lookout Security, OfficeSuite
After rooting I deleted the disabled apps with "System App Safe Remover".
Problem: Available Memory before rooting was 102MB. After rooting 103MB. Negligible increase!
I thought App Memory would increase a lot after the pre-installed apps were removed.
Is there a trick to increase Available Memory, without editing Android files or running additional system apps?
Thanks for any advice/tips.
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