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Reference Are Android and Droid the Same Thing? What is Android? It’s a Linux-based operating system released by Google in 2008 to compete with Apple’s iOS. Like the engine to the sports car, Android is what separates mobile devices from absurdly expensive paper weights. It manages the memory, processes, software and hardware on your phone ...


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No. You don't need to use ARM images which must be run under emulation, hence very slow, unless you're using ARM code under NDK. Android x86 images have been available years ago. They are run directly by the CPU through the virtual machine Moreover Intel has HAXM to accelerate the virtual machine with VT-X virtualization. That will provide you a more ...


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Either pinch out while on the homescreen or press the home key twice to get the overview of all pages. Here you can add/remove pages, but also hold one page down and move it to a different position to reorder your pages.


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Regarding this you have to login in to the google play and from there go to setting as disable it following the below path Settings menu, tap "Auto-update apps" --> Do not auto update apps if you wanted to disable for an app by default. go to my apps -- google calender -- click right hand side expander where you will have an option to disable the ...


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You're running 64-bit Linux, but the Android SDK tools are 32-bit. At the same time, you don't have the 32-bit compatibility libraries installed on your system. So you just need to install those: sudo apt-get install ia32-libs


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I use this: PATH=$PATH:"$HOME/Documents/Android/SDK/platform-tools" Previously I had to use this to work (re-installed the OS X/ZSH and the problem disappeared): export PATH="/usr/local/bin:/usr/bin:/bin:/usr/sbin:/sbin:/opt/X11/bin:$HOME/Documents/Android/SDK/platform-tools"


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The IP address is the address of the computer on the network. localhost means this computer (i.e. the computer which you type it into). If you want to connect to your computer, you would have to type the address of the computer. So, if you want to connect to your computer from your android over the network, you would have to type 192.168.___.100 on your ...


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This likely has to do with .Net 4.5 not being supported on Windows XP. You can try installing with the latest versions from the link below: http://download.xamarin.com/studio/Windows/XamarinStudio-4.0.8.msi http://download.xamarin.com/MonoforAndroid/Windows/mono-android-4.6.07004.msi


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This is not the path to Xamarin.Android but to the Android SDK you installed via installer_r23.0.2-windows.exe. On my machine the Android SDK is in the directory: C:\Program Files (x86)\Android\android-sdk


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The Android SDK needs the Java SDK to work correctly. Just download and install the Java SDK to the default path, run the Xamarin automatic installer again and it should pick up both and continue.


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Do it as a root sudo su nano ~/.profile And in the last of the file add these lines: export ANDROID_HOME=/home/blablabla/android-sdk #Path to Android SDK Folder export PATH=$PATH:$ANDROID_HOME/tools:$ANDROID_HOME/platforms-tools if it dosen't work add this line: export PATH=$PATH:$NODE_PATH/bin After that execute the Cordova command as root. Best,


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on Win 8.1 a Folder "Apps" with the BlueStack-Icon will be created on the Desktop automatically. Inside the "Apps"-Folder are links to all installed apps. You can start directly by double-click on them.


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I also have the same issue with my Sony Xperia Z1. I have managed this by "Installing the Device Software" in my PC


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I was going to ask this as a comment but my reputation does not allow me yet. Have to tried to connect to the laptop with Teamviewer for Android? You get a really detailed screen sharing there, and over the WiFi the fps is very good. I think not so good for videos or movies, but very acceptable for presentations and static images. Have a look at their ...


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The issue is not permissions but rather what you are doing when you type this: ~/.bashrc By typing simply doing ~/.bashrc, the bash interpreter believes you want to execute ~/.bashrc as if it was a binary or executable file. Which won’t work. The Permission denied error most likely comes from there being no executable rights on the file. But even if that ...


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You can't just type the name of the file to edit it. You need some editor like Nano or Vim. vim ~/.bashrc nano ~/.bashrc


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I believe this is an ongoing issue with Google sync. IIRC there are some support tickets and help requests, and the upstart is that sync seems to work reliably in one direction only. I really really wanted to find a way to make Google Tasks work, and in the end, I subscribed to Remember the Milk. It does sync. It has all the features you would want, and ...


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Try the following: Use the IP address instead of machine name as server. Turn off firewall on PC to test, then add a rule if needed. Use another PC with RDP client to see if that works. Ping the server PC. Use the administrator user for login. Add the user logging in to allowed RDP users. Insure RDP is enabled. If home edition you cannot do RDP into the ...


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Try this, Install airstream in your mobile Install airstream pc suite in your computer from the link http://airstream.io/download/ Register with airstream in your mobile and login in to your mobile and pc with same credential Add the folders and file in pc suite and you can view the same under the Drive tab in your mobile AirStream-Suite should be allowed ...


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Try installing HAXM . I too had the same problem and installing HAXM did solve it. check the Link Do check the prerequisites for your system.


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Why would you assume a range of 106 - 113? Just because it only supports up to 8 clients doesn't mean it'll only give out 8 IP addresses. The # of possible devices connected is 1) an option for security and 2) hardware limitations of the networking interface (even dedicated SOHO routers can be found with client limits of 4-10). The DHCP shouldn't have ...


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Skype is not listed in the list of Google Cast Ready Apps, but that is not conclusive since there is no love lost between Microsoft and Google. This question was also raised in the thread Amazon.com: Questions And Answers: Does chromecast work with Skype on January 1, 2014, where the answer was negative. Nevertheless, I found on XDA this guide to stream ...


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Ok, well the issue has been resolved by now. As I have a rooted phone I was able to use AdAway which doesn't need a proxy to be set up.


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Simply Download SMS Center on your android phone from play store. It works as you want it. except for the calls and headset option. you can send sms and you will get notifications as well. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.smscontrolcenter&hl=en


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If you can open heimdall or the compatible equivalent from the shell; you can make a bash script that opens the program, selects a device, file, and options, and opens another shell until 20 counts. Depending on the program and your macro Savvy, you can have new tabs, pipes, or screen sessions to do them all at the same time. unfortunately, I'm not that ...


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Cyanogenmod 11 is extremely buggy on the Galaxy Note I (N7000), and this seems to be one more of its bugs. I solved it by reformatting the card to ext4 (reformatting to exfat didn't solve the problem.


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I had the same problem yesterday when I was moving many .vcs files from my old mobile to Google Calendar. I found a solution when I was removing some lines from these files. In my case it was the line which begins with "RRULE", e.g.: RRULE:YM1 #0 Maybe that line cause error in your case too. All I needed was to remove that line.


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Make a Windows Home Network and then use 3rd party app on the Android to access the Network via your router. Make sure to Enable file sharing on your windows 7 Network. Try these links http://www.howtogeek.com/191378/how-to-access-shared-windows-folders-on-android-ipad-and-iphone/ ...



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