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A bit of googling reveals Clash of Clans is an Android game, presumably on your phone. It would seem likely your Internet sharing (bridging) isn't conveying a socket connection the game sees as essential. See TCP/UDP socket 9339. Note 9339 isn't one of the passed ports in the example at the Mac OS X: Set Port Forwarding Nat Router (Internet Sharing) link ...


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Yes, it is possible for a device to operate in two modes at once. However, it will depend on whether the drivers and hardware support this functionality.


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It's possible using the Android debugging bridge, for example for WiFi and 3G/data: adb shell svc wifi enable adb shell svc wifi disable adb shell svc data enable adb shell svc data disable Other services can be enabled/disabled. Look at the list using: adb shell service list To toggle Airplane mode: adb shell am start -a ...


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The easiest way to solve this problem is turning your camera onto an RTSP camera. This protocol is for streaming the media (in this case USB camera image) over the internet to connected clients. The general form of the RTSP connection is: rtsp://192.168.100.100:554 where 192.168.100.100 is the IP address of the camera and the 554 is the RTSP listening ...


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Found the answer accidentally by myself. The problem is with the resolution of the AndroVM. By default the resolution was set to 1024x650. In this resolution we can't customize the WhatsApp settings or view recently opened apps. Go to Apps and select androvmConfiguration, then change the resolution to 1366x768. This will enable you to both customize the ...


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I had a similar problem with the TL-WA830RE set up as a range extender. My laptops would connect immediately, with internet access, to either the router or the range extender, but my Android tablet would only connect to the router. Eventually I checked the range extender wireless settings. Everything was set up correctly except that the 'region' showed ...


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It appears this is an issue with lots of comparison tools and smartphones, and has been for a while. As you guessed, the main issue is that phones attached as storage are not assigned drive letters when they are connected (See here for a thread dealing with the same issue from nearly two years ago: ...


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After a lot of trial an error, it seems the issue was "sudo" all along. Sometimes it's the simplest things that we overlook. There were also some unnecessary lines in my export commands. The following is all you need: export ANDROID_HOME=~/adt-bundle-linux-x86_64-20140702/sdk export PATH=${PATH}:~/adt-bundle-linux-x86_64-20140702/sdk/tools export ...


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It is possible to import a wireless network as an xml file, but this has to pass through the netsh command. Here is for example the file defining a wireless connection using WPA2-PSK AES and specifying the pass-phrase as unencrypted plain text: <?xml version="1.0"?> <WLANProfile xmlns="http://www.microsoft.com/networking/WLAN/profile/v1"> ...


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A Solution (not the best) is to create Virtual Machines with Minimalistic Windows 7 Image, using shared resources. And run on each VM, your Bluestacks Player.



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