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    Solved Connecting with Android through USB

    Is there an easier way to find connected devices in the /dev/ dir than plugging in and taking out and comparing? I want to setup a file server and I have most of the content on my android and apple phones, so I would like to transfer the content via USB. Are there more practical ways to do this?
  2. cyrille

    Solved Connect android phone - issue / fuse

    Hi I've got a samsung galaxy simple-mtpfs -l 1: SamsungGalaxy models (MTP) I've created a mount point "mtp" and I'm tried to connect it with $ jmtpfs mtp/ Device 0 (VID=04e8 and PID=6860) is a Samsung Galaxy models (MTP). fuse: failed to open fuse device: No such file or directory And I've...
  3. m_pahlevanzadeh

    tunneling and android client

    I have a FreeBSD full access. I need to turn Iran Internet Filtering.My server is out of Iran. So I can turn my Internet Filtering. I installed Zebedee in my server and it good work with Linux Desktop,Both have 2.5.3 version, But Android doens't has for this version. I'm looking for a tunneling...
  4. marcelbonnet

    Building Android APK on intellij

    I've installed java/intellij and the following Android SDK: $ find Android-SDK-Linux/ -type d -depth 2 Android-SDK-Linux/tools/proguard Android-SDK-Linux/tools/lib Android-SDK-Linux/tools/bin Android-SDK-Linux/tools/support Android-SDK-Linux/platforms/android-26...
  5. mod3777

    Android device not detecting

    I am a college student, from non-tech background. I don't know much about FreeBSD, but I have a HTC M8 that I use to transfer movies, photos from FreeBSD to phone and vice versa over MTP support on Debian. But it is not working under FreeBSD now since I wiped Debian completely from hard disk and...
  6. mehrdaddolatkhah

    How use FreeBSD for main OS in home for work and developing in Android Studio

    hey guys, I used some GNU/Linux distro and my work is Android Developing in Android Studio. I want to get involved with the FreeBSD operating system. for daily work and Developing Android and Java. is it a good idea to use FreeBSD for developing with Android Studio ?! (what about TrueOS ?! )...
  7. S

    FreeBSD access point password length for Android

    Hi! I managed to set up my FreeBSD server as a router and wireless access point in my home network. My Ubuntu Laptop connects fine but my Android phone is not able to connect via wpa2-psk when the passphrase is longer than 15 characters. However the access point before did use a much longer...
  8. poorandunlucky

    Solved Getting glyphs to display (cell phone "emoticons")... [android/iphone/cell phone emoji]

    You know those glyphs everybody uses nowadays, those cell phone characters like smiley faces, hearts, houses and such? Like, there's useless ones, and I generally prefer ASCII smileys myself, but some of them are genuinely useful, like the cell phone icon, and the envelope glyph that I use in...
  9. neflictus

    OpenVPN Android - no internet

    I installed OpenVPN connect on my phone and I use it with my ExpressVPN servers. I downloaded the configuration files (OPVN) from the ExpressVPN site and imported them into the app. I can connect to the VPN with no issues (i have to eliminate the fragment portion as it says fragment it not...
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    Solved Android USB rules

    Hi there! I'm having an annoying problem with my Moto X2 android device on FreeBSD 11.0-RC2: I've installed android-tools-adb, but as I expected my system can't see the USB device properly to push/pull files through adb. The thing is that I cannot add udev rules like on a Linux system. Any...
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