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There is a web directory of all previous versions of Mozilla Firefox for Android : Index of /pub/mozilla.org/mobile/releases.


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You can get the LogCat app on your android device, or you can use the LogCat function in the Android SDK if you connect your android device to a computer. Wireshark has no support for bluetooth on Windows, but you could boot a live version of linux to get that functionality. I would personally suggest LogCat, It is very detailed.


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Here's the closest to a "one-click" solution that I got to. Prerequisites Rooted Android device Root access on the PC ADB installed on the PC (apt-get install android-tools-adb on Debian-based distros) USB Debugging enabled on Android Procedure Connect Android device to the PC via USB Enable USB tethering on the Android device (Settings) Run the ...


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For anyone interested in developing software for the Android platform, Coursera, a massive open online course (MOOC) provider, offers Android development courses from professors at major universities. You can take the courses for free; if you want a verified certificate you can show an employer or someone else, you can pay a nominal fee or the course. You ...


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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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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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Windows does not connect with the "best" profile. It connects using whatever you have specified or whatever is first available. You can specifically set what profiles Windows uses on what device in the Bluetooth settings for that device. How you do that depends on what version of Windows and what Bluetooth stack & software you use. I don't have a ...


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To me, it has worked since I had the WispR xml standard to my page. Without this, my portal was detected captive by Android, not by iOS...


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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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A lot of these answers are dated. Installing Airdroid on your device is the latest way to do this as of 2015


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If your Windows doesn't show the Bluetooth icon in systray (near the clock, check the upward arrowhead to make sure you can see all icons) and you know Bluetooth is on (probably, if you're able to start sending), it may be disabled in settings. Run "Change bluetooth settings", not the fullscreen Metro app (called just "Bluetooth settings" on my 8.1), but ...


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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 have progressed on it, so I answer my question. In Library/Preferences/SystemConfiguration/CaptiveNetworkSupport/Settings.plist ProbeURL is: http://captive.apple.com/hotspot-detect.html First of all, this is not really the probeUrl. ProbeUrl is unique fort each attempt. Even the rumor about 200 Apple urls is wrong. Apple generates a new URL each ...


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While your question references other operating systems, a look at how Windows detects captive portals will likely lead you to a solution. In order to detect the presence of a captive portal, Windows performs a DNS lookup request for dns.msftncsi.com. This DNS address should resolve to 131.107.255.255. If the DNS resolution fails (resolves to 0.0.0.0), ...


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I have found a way to install apps from the app store in Android emulators without the need of the play store. To download the APK from the app store, use this website which asks you to provide the URL of the page on the Google Play store of the app you want to download. After you have downloaded the app, launch your emulator and open a command prompt or ...


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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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If a factory reset does not help, the malware is probably located in your /system directory of your phone, that is - as war as I know - not affected by doing a factory reset. Have you rooted your phone? Apps with default permission should not be able to write there. I don't know much about the Z3, but using your recovery, try to format the /system ...


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Surely there’s no reason to use loop device 256. Use something less. Like 5 or whatever. The number of available loop devices could be limited. You can list active loop devices using losetup -l and find the first free device using losetup -f


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Must to use twin quotes. (With Gingerbread 2.3.4) adb shell 'su -c "dd if=/dev/block/mmcblk0"' | dd of=data.raw


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Why you use Bluetooth instead of Wi-Fi? Bluetooth will be so slow connection. I suggest that you must install Es File Explorer from play store and you turn the wifi hotspots on from your phone and use ftp to send data from your phone to your laptop. Also if you have to backup your contacts and sms and application, SmsContactsBackup from play store will be ...


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If you are connected to the hotspot and you have enabled the sharing in the Source connection (the one which is source of internet), by selecting the name mentioned below the hotspot you made( It will be like wireless connection 1 or wireless connection 2 and so on). Than in that case click the ICS (Internet connection sharing) setting and check all check ...


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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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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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