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Check that your default JDK is the Oracle JDK and not OpenJDK. Many distributions ship with OpenJDK by default due to licensing issues and even if you install the Oracle JDK it might not then be the default. Running java -version from a terminal should tell you which is the default.


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No way . you have to use Java or any programming Languages to write Android Apps .


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No. Consult the Android developer site. Get Started with Android Studio


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I had a similar problem and found a similar solution, except that I don't have a choice for using PTP over MTP on my device. What I did is : I installed gphotofs and ran gphotofs ~/some-mount-point then I could using rsync as before !


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There's an excellent chance that the "graphical parts" you're after aren't in the kernel at all. Most of a regular Linux box's graphics stack is in user space, so I don't see why Android would be any different. The only large piece of graphics code in the stock Linux kernel is the Direct Rendering Manager, which is little more than an interface that lets ...


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I do this via ftp network created by ES File Explorer: First of all, make your device as a portable hotspot in settings>>Tethering & portable hotspot>>check "Portable wifi hotspot". And connect your pc to the device with wifi. It makes your connection too faster than connection via central WLAN network. Then, do the following steps: Open ES File ...


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Answer: Use the AirDroid app. Investigation: I'm also using Droid Turbo with Linux Mint 17, and I had the same issue. One thing worth trying is sudo mtp-detect: $ sudo mtp-detect Unable to open ~/.mtpz-data for reading, MTPZ disabled.libmtp version: >1.1.6 Listing raw device(s) Device 0 (VID=22b8 and PID=2ea8) is UNKNOWN. Please report this ...



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