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Yes, I use Terminal Emulator for Android. This works well for me, and comes pre-installed in Cyanogenmod. I particularly like pairing it with WiFi Keyboard, so I can use a real keyboard. These are both open source, although I've provided Google Play links. This drops you into sh by default, but I have bash installed too. As for voiding warranty, you'll have ...
Check the volume control settings. The Recording Tab should also show a jumping VU-meter. If not: Change the 'Alsa capture from'
First off make sure that you do have libeToken.so (should be in libtoken package). If you don't have this then install it; otherwise, run sudo ldconfig to update your library locations.
Mister, first find the library $ sudo find / -name libeToken.so.8 Then make a symbolic link $ sudo ln -s /serch/result/libeToken.so.8 /usr/lib/libeToken.so.8 "/serch/result/" directory result of find command
If you install the busybox binary, it includes the nohup command (this will require root access). Busybox may be present, but the command not symlinked, in which case you would need to use busybox nohup command. If busybox is not present, then the easiest way to install is with busybox installer. After that is installed (again, with root privileges), you ...
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