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Not sure if this has been answered for you yet, but I just figured it out myself. First connect your phone via bluetooth Then go to your control panel View devices and printers Right click on your device (your phone) Go under advanced operation and connect from stereo audio source device.


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Rooting your phone shouldn't have anything to do with the data partition. Usually all that is changed is a custom recovery along with a Super User app to handle root access requests. This is usually SuperSU, or some custom ROMs handle this built-in.


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I've already found the answer myself. dd if=/dev/zero of=/sdcard/file.img bs=1 count=0 seek="wanted size" Would not make a file since the size on the drive is determined by the block size and count. By setting the count to 0 the file would be 0 bytes and being so, it wouldn't exist. dd if=/dev/zero of=/sdcard/file.img bs="wanted size" count=1 ...


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You could use the following command on terminal : sudo mount -t iso9660 -o loop "<path>/image.iso" /mnt Your ISO image will be accessible under /mnt Additionally if it's img file : mkdir ~/img mount -t udf filename.img ~/img -o loop


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I got the answer by myself. The issue was with the iptables command. It was necessary to specify the output device and also set the forward policy. iptables -t nat -A POSTROUTING -o rmnet_usb0 -j MASQUERADE iptables -P FORWARD ACCEPT After that internet becomes accessible on the linux box side. Hope this helps somebody in the same situation.


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There is a way to know how much data is used by your android phone without installing any app to your phone(This is true for Android JB, not sure about other versions). Fist, go to Settings. In Wireless&Networks section, tap on Data Usage. There, you can see your total data usage, if you swith to Wi-Fi or Mobile tab, you can see the apps used data and ...


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No, obviously - NO. There a bunch of concepts(Activity, fragments, manifests...) that you need to know before you start programming. Take a free online courses from Stanford University http://web.stanford.edu/class/cs193a/lectures.shtml It would be a fastest and most productive way to learn it.



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