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Yes, just unplug and plug in again. Otherwise Go to Developer Options and Revoke USB debugging authorisations.

EDIT: I see what you mean.
tried it dont work, ADB can see my device but offline i need it to query my device to allow access but it wont, so not getting on device pop up to allow it, last time i had a spare hour and i just installed ubuntu again but i need a better solution if its going to happen every time
 
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tried it dont work, ADB can see my device but offline i need it to query my device to allow access but it wont, so not getting on device pop up to allow it, last time i had a spare hour and i just installed ubuntu again but i need a better solution if its going to happen every time
Any Windows machine? Install the latest naked drivers. On Linux try setting up a new user
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tried it dont work, ADB can see my device but offline i need it to query my device to allow access but it wont, so not getting on device pop up to allow it, last time i had a spare hour and i just installed ubuntu again but i need a better solution if its going to happen every time
The last time ADB displayed my device as offline, it was because either
1) Drivers were incompatible with Windows 8.1
2) When I was running the older Windows 8, my sdk was not up-to-date I believe.

I don't know about you guys, but I would much rather wait for the OTA on the device. Seems fun that way, and I have never received an OTA update before
 
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tried it dont work, ADB can see my device but offline i need it to query my device to allow access but it wont, so not getting on device pop up to allow it, last time i had a spare hour and i just installed ubuntu again but i need a better solution if its going to happen every time
Try to remove your .android folder on your home, adb kill-server and start-server, after reconnect your device.
 
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tried it dont work, ADB can see my device but offline i need it to query my device to allow access but it wont, so not getting on device pop up to allow it, last time i had a spare hour and i just installed ubuntu again but i need a better solution if its going to happen every time
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"adb root"

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just booted up windows heres the output

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removed log with ota url b/c its now a clicky url below
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tried it dont work, ADB can see my device but offline i need it to query my device to allow access but it wont, so not getting on device pop up to allow it, last time i had a spare hour and i just installed ubuntu again but i need a better solution if its going to happen every time
This solution worked for me: delete your android sdk folder and log off and on again. install adb and fastboot from this ppa:
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sudo add-apt-repository ppa:nilarimogard/webupd8
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install android-tools-adb android-tools-fastboot
run all comands after a
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Just flash via CWM or TWRP right?
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Thanks all for posting that link so quickly! Downloading the 305MB update now

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