Updated the toolkit to the latest version that has adb v.1.0.29.
Updated /etc/udev/rules.d to get the SGS recognized that presents itself as a Nexus in debug mode.
In reaction to 'adb shell', to get a shell on the device, adb issues the command
exec '/system/bin/sh'. This fails: 'No such file or directory'
Via the file manager and also in the zip file I can see that sh, normally either a link to busybox or an executable, indeed does not exist in that directory. Is this intentional? If so, what is the way to get adb to produce a shell ?
Did search the forum but to no avail.
Issues that are really bothering:
GPS doesn't work for me everything stock and have tried leaving the device for 30mins and nothing happens just the blank circle and nothing else, it doesn't even blink.
Transfer speed is too low in USB storage mode.
And(not a bug):
Settings lags while going from a page to another.
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Last build without the problem
Any other modification you've made to the ROM.
What were you doing
How often does the problem occur?
Attach a logcat
Attach last_kmsg if it's a random reboot (If it rebooted into recovery, get it while booted into recovery. Also get /proc/cmdline.)
setprop persist.sys.usb.config mass_storage,adb
setprop persist.sys.usb.config mtp,adb