An operating system running on top of the Linux kernel, targeting mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets.

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Usb tethering with linux and htc desire s other than rndis_host

I want to share the connection of my htc desire s with linux and I'm doing it but if it is possibile I'd like to avoid using the rndis_host module. The tethering can be configured as "windows" or "mac ...
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Display X applications on an Android system

Host system: Android 3.2.1 Honeycomb Chroot system: Debian Testing lxde Hardware: Asus eee pad transformer tablet nvidia arm architecture Note 1: The Debian system boots on this hardware, thus it ...
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Differentiate between Galaxy Nexus and Galaxy Tab in UDEV rule?

I love Samsung devices, I have a Samsung Series 9 Laptop, Galaxy Nexus Phone (SCH-i515), and a Galaxy Tab 8.9 (GT-P7310) Tablet. For the most part, they're all great products. Samsung made one major ...
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What are the difficulties in importing features of Android, like Unity3D Player, to Linux in general?

We know that Android is an open source Linux-based distro. And we know some features developed for Android are required for the Linux community for many years, and are denied (like Unity3D Player). ...
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Best method for testing android kernel

I would like to test some of the features of android kernel like inserting a module and collecting certain parameters for research purpose. What would you think the best method for that?
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my linux can't see atrix 4g's second sd card device

My device is a Motorola Atrix 4G (ME860). It has an 11G internal SD card, and I inserted a new 16G SD card into the SD Card slot. When I connect the phone to my computer with a USB cable, it shows ...
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How to fix this error? make: *** [obj/local/armeabi/libgstaudioflinger.so] Error 1

I am trying to install this following framework from my Linux Fedora box to Android using there SDK/NDK. But after following all instruction its getting still failed to get build. Any idea how to fix ...
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Arch Linux 64bit Android ADB?

I am trying to use the Android SDK on Arch Linux 64bit but when I try to run ADB from the correct dirrectory it says the file does not exist, but it is there. On Ubuntu when you have this problem you ...
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Is it possible to install a custom Linux on an Android phone?

I have an Xperia X8 phone, and I'd like to know if I can install a non-Android Linux OS on it? I would like to have a light Linux Distro, like Kolibri or something like that.
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How do I get most of my standard Linux utilities and commands on Android 3.1?

By standard, I mean just what users often get by default with one of the popular distros. For example, uname, finger, vim, tmux, etc. I have a Galaxy Tab 10.1 (Android version 3.1, already rooted) ...
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Is there an ARM repository for Arch Linux?

I'm trying to create a chroot for my rooted android phone. I want to do this with the arch_bootstrap.sh script found on the wiki but I can't find an ARM repository. My PC is x86_64 Arch Linux and my ...
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Can I spoof the MAC address in Android?

Is it possible to spoof the MAC address of the wireless interface using wpa_supplicant.conf in Android when I connect as a client to an access point? Edit Unfortunately, Android doesn't support ...
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Is there a way to run an ssh server on an Android device?

I'm looking to install Debian over my Android installation so as to be able to use openssh-server, as it's so much better than Dropbear. Is there an easy way to do this, or just to simply install ...
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mp3info fails to make MP3 data fields readable by Android

I have been struggling for months on how to add mp3 tags readable by (of all things) Android? (mp3info doesn't seem to set the fields in a way readable by Android music players, and neither does ...
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Fedora, Android phone mounting?

I am using Fedora 15 and I just plugged in my Samsung Vibrant Android phone, but my phone does not even give me the option to mount over USB like usual. It still charges though. Is there some ...
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How can I test a kernel module in a mobile device?

I'm writing a module for the Linux kernel. When this module is ready, I'd like it to run in any device running the kernel. How can I test it in an Android phone? Do I need to recompile the whole tree ...
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How to start customizing linux?

I've heard that Android is based on linux (or unix?). That means, engineers at google modified linux code to run on android phones or tablets. I would like to become those engineers someday. Where ...
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Command-line software for playlist syncing to Android Phone?

I'm looking for a way to sync music to my Android Phone without having to load something like banshee. I know there are plenty of ways to sync files, but I'm interested in syncing playlists and having ...
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How to understand Hot plugin mechanism for a USB in an Android stack?

I want to know where I could get some material to study USB hot plug-in mechanism in Android Stack. I tried googling many a times, but din't find anything useful.