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By brandenk, Senior Member on 22nd May 2009, 08:11 PM
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18th November 2009, 05:12 PM |#11  
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ok I was going to go swap to a Moment today...not anymore. I'll be back after drinking a pot of coffee, theres a TON of info here. Thanks guys...lots of work put in by many. Its appreciated!
 
 
19th November 2009, 02:28 PM |#12  
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I've installed adb file explorer and I have my G1 connected to the PC but I can see nothing in the right side of ADB. Why ?????

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21st November 2009, 11:08 AM |#13  
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[QUOTE = brandenk; 3820215] Hier is een lijst van enkele van de ADB en terminal commando ik heb het gebruikt Android vaak. Ik vond dat ik altijd was te hoeven opzoeken deze commando's dus ik dacht dat ik zou beginnen met het bijhouden van de gemeenschappelijke regels voor het geval ze kunnen helpen iemand anders. Als een van deze behoeften correcties of als u een goed toe te voegen post het.

[COLOR = "Red"] Let wel, ik typ "cd C: \ Android" om naar mijn Android map voordat je deze commando's in de command prompt in Windows. Op die manier als ik dingen als pull-apps ze terecht in "C: \ Android \ apps", hetzelfde als ik wil verzenden ik bestand naar mijn telefoon gooi ik het in mijn map Android en stuur deze naar de telefoon vanaf daar. [/ COLOR]


[SIZE = "3"] [B] Door ADB [/ B] [/ SIZE]

Apps Trek telefoon naar de computer
[CODE] ADB pull / system / sd / app app
ADB pull / system / SD / app-prive-app-private [/ CODE]

Push apps terug naar de telefoon van de computer
[CODE] ADB push app / system / sd / app
ADB push app-private / system / SD / app-private [/ CODE]

Verwijder bestaande apps op SD
[CODE] ADB shell rm-r / system / sd / app
ADB Shell rm-r / system / SD / app-private [/ CODE]


[SIZE = "3"] [B] via Terminal [/ B] [/ SIZE]

Partition SD-kaart - Dit wist alles op je SD-kaart (* maat * dat de grootte van het FAT32-partitie)
[CODE] $ su
# Cd / data
# Wget http://64.105.21.209/bin/lib/droid/sdsplit
# Chmod 555 sdsplit
# / Data / sdsplit-fs * maat * [I] (add-nc aan het einde voor JFv1.5ADP) [/ I] [/ CODE]


[SIZE = "3"] [B] Van de Recovery Screen [/ B] [/ SIZE]

Het verzenden van een update-bestand op uw SD-kaart:
[CODE] ADB shell mount / SDcard
ADB shell rm / SDcard / update.zip
ADB push * bestandsnaam * / SDcard / update.zip [/ CODE]


[SIZE = "3"] [B] Van fastboot [/ B] [/ SIZE]

Nandroid het terugzetten van een backup - Start command-prompt/terminal cd naar de nandroid map en voer volgende commando
[CODE] fastboot wissen boot
fastboot wissen herstel
fastboot flitssysteem system.img
fastboot flash boot boot.img
fastboot flash userdata data.img
fastboot flash herstel recovery.img
fastboot reboot [/ CODE] [/ QUOTE]

Bij mij waarom commado su-permission denier ?????

Wat moet ik doen ??? Helppppppp
28th February 2010, 05:36 AM |#14  
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If an .apk won't install does that mean it's incompatible / bad? e.g. if i get this message in adb

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adb install Stk.apk
771 KB/s (67151 bytes in 0.085s)
pkg: /data/local/tmp/Stk.apk
Failure [INSTALL_FAILED_UPDATE_INCOMPATIBLE]

28th February 2010, 10:43 AM |#15  
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Originally Posted by jamesyb0i

If an .apk won't install does that mean it's incompatible / bad? e.g. if i get this message in adb

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adb install Stk.apk
771 KB/s (67151 bytes in 0.085s)
pkg: /data/local/tmp/Stk.apk
Failure [INSTALL_FAILED_UPDATE_INCOMPATIBLE]

looks like it is incompatible and the install failed
edit: pah, just read your sig
Doh : ) maybe minimum requirement is 2.0 and your rom is 1.6
ok, so you are probably not running a donut ROM

what ROM are you running?
what apk are you installing and where did you get it

ps this is probably not the best place to post this, it has nothing to do with adb, I'm sure you would get similar error from android Application Manager
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am start -a android.intent.action.VIEW -t application/vnd.android.package-archive -d file:///sdcard/your.apk
24th June 2010, 05:34 PM |#16  
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Originally Posted by TainT

anyone know why this wouldnt work with an old school usb 1.0 setup??
just wondered if the retard sammich i had this morning is kicking my ass or if im engaging in an act of futility??
Just doesnt seem right id have to walk all the way upstairs to use a lappy when the office setup would work just fine. No matter how much slower windows could possibly get :sarcasm:

Any consideration this plea gets will be appreciated by less posts and more reading :thumbsup:

I didn't see any response to this, so...

What I gathered from some other threads was that you need USB 2.0 (or greater?). One guy solved his problem by installing a USB 2.0 card in his pc, if that's an indicator.
26th June 2010, 06:40 PM |#17  
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I there i'm tryng to unninstall a app but i'm with problem's

# pm disable com.xendex.RedBullXFighters
# pm uninstall com.xendex.RedBullXFighters
pm uninstall com.xendex.RedBullXFighters
Failure

I have done a small test and i got sucess with this one, but what i realy want was to unnistall the above app

# pm uninstall com.kmagic.solitaire
pm uninstall com.kmagic.solitaire
Success
26th June 2010, 07:30 PM |#18  
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I there i'm tryng to unninstall a app but i'm with problem's

# pm disable com.xendex.RedBullXFighters
# pm uninstall com.xendex.RedBullXFighters
pm uninstall com.xendex.RedBullXFighters
Failure

I have done a small test and i got sucess with this one, but what i realy want was to unnistall the above app

# pm uninstall com.kmagic.solitaire
pm uninstall com.kmagic.solitaire
Success

I would try:
mount -a
rm -r /<app location ie; system/app/<app name> (enter)
26th June 2010, 08:40 PM |#19  
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I would try:
mount -a
rm -r /<app location ie; system/app/<app name> (enter)

??? this will uninstall the app or only remove the dir? i wan't to uninstall it not just delete it
26th June 2010, 08:47 PM |#20  
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Originally Posted by Tyto

??? this will uninstall the app or only remove the dir? i wan't to uninstall it not just delete it

afaik, same thing
you can also use root explorer and removed it that way
26th June 2010, 09:38 PM |#21  
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Originally Posted by juangil

afaik, same thing
you can also use root explorer and removed it that way

i think not, uninstall is diferent of just delete
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