[WFX] Android ADB 7.3

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Post by *EXELBONSAI » 2014-10-10, 22:09 UTC

Hello tobbbie

Hmm interesting theory that intentional does not come the prompt on the phone. If I had not believed to date at Huawei ...

I thank you for the tip. A CustomRom there (unfortunately still) not for my phone model



Hallo tobbbie

Hm interessante Theorie das die Sicherheitsabfrage am Handy GEWOLLT nicht kommt. Hätte ich bei Huawei bis dato nicht vermutet...

Ich danke dir für den Tipp. Eine CustomRom gibts (leider Noch) nicht für für mein Handymodell

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Can't transfer from PC to Phone of files large than 2GB

Post by *angel » 2014-10-17, 07:05 UTC

Android ADB 7.4 plugin bug:
Can't transfer correct from PC to Phone of files larges than 2GB: Adb.exe automatic change file’s name (with extension: FFFFFFFFA0E7AB9E.tmp) and move to root in sd card.
My system: Windows Pro 8.1 with media centure, x64bit, 7GB RAM, Total Commander 8.51a, ADB Android 7.4 plugin, Smartphone JiaYu G5S+, android 4.4, 16 GB SD Card (14GB free), 2 GB RAM, 16 GB ROM

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Post by *angel » 2014-10-24, 12:21 UTC

Android ADB 7.4 plugin bug:
there are different files/directories when log in phone via 1)adb shell su and 2)Total Commander ADB 7.4.
Something is definitely not right in Android ADB 7.4 for Android 4.4

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TC Synchronize Dirs

Post by *Sprut » 2014-10-27, 10:54 UTC

4.7
- Update: Busybox ls uses the "-e" parameter to return full time. Parser update. Fixes an issue with TC Synchronize Dirs... (fully working now)
I sync the file, but the file time on the device becomes equal to the current time, not the time of the original file.

Please add the ability to change the time of the file on the device.

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# busybox touch -t 200911031512.05 test.txt
# busybox ls -lea

drwxrwxr-x    2 0        1015          4096 Mon Oct 27 09:51:30 2014 .
drwxrwxr-x   76 0        1015          4096 Mon Oct 27 09:50:08 2014 ..
-rw-rw-r--    1 0        1015            12 Tue Nov  3 15:12:05 2009 test.txt

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Post by *ghisler(Author) » 2014-10-30, 10:15 UTC

Changing the file timestamp unfortunately requires root rights on Android. It has been a known bug for many versions, but Google seems to be unwilling to fix it:
https://code.google.com/p/android/issues/detail?id=18624
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Post by *kulmegil » 2014-11-06, 08:07 UTC

When i delete a device from \\\ADB\ root I certainly expected just to remove device bookmark (foleder)
but NOT an operation to actually wipe everything from device filesystem itself :(

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Post by *crittarr » 2014-11-15, 17:38 UTC

Hi everyone

I am new to this subject but it seems I have followed the guide to the letter. Still, something does not work.

I have tried installing the plugin and followed instructions

On my android 4.1.2, i have installed the fantastic 3c toolbox, which has a wifi adb option.

So I turned it on and copied the address it poppeded up to network neighbourhood "connect to a device" (the device itself did not appear) - and nothing happened.

What can I do to make it work?

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Post by *nak71 » 2014-12-23, 02:44 UTC

Hi,
Why my TC didn't detect my Samsung Note 2 ?

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Post by *seb- » 2014-12-23, 07:17 UTC

nak71 wrote:Hi,
Why my TC didn't detect my Samsung Note 2 ?
Have you checked whether your PC has detected the ADB connection to your Note 2?

You can simply check this by finding the folder where adb.exe is in, this could be for example:

c:\totalcmd\plugins\wfx\ADB\bin\

Then open a prompt and type

adb devices

It should look like this

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C:\totalcmd\plugins\wfx\ADB\bin>adb devices
List of devices attached
55af11ad7a device                                                                         
If this is not the case, then you have to troubleshoot your adb connection first.

hth

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Post by *nak71 » 2014-12-23, 08:21 UTC

I tried, then it show this


'adb' is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file

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Post by *nak71 » 2014-12-23, 08:26 UTC

tried again , because i forget to enter into subdir of "Bin"

D:\totalcmd\plugins\wfx\ADB\bin>adb devices
List of devices attached

nothing appear

what can I do next ?

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Post by *seb- » 2014-12-23, 09:07 UTC

nak71 wrote: what can I do next ?

Have you checked whether the ADB connection is shown in the Device manager?

Go to Start -> Run, type "hdwwiz.cpl" (that opens the device manager9. Alternatively you can find the device manager via your System properties dialog.

Does the ADB connection show up when you plug your Note2?

For my Galaxy S4 it looks like this:

http://abload.de/img/devicemanager_adbs3zmy.png

In case it does not turn up, you need to find the USB Drivers for your Samsung phone.

Try these:

http://developer.samsung.com/technical-doc/view.do?v=T000000117

SAMSUNG_USB_Driver_for_Mobile_Phones.zip (25.32MB)

good luck, hth

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Post by *nak71 » 2014-12-23, 09:52 UTC

Thank you seb- , after install samsung driver got devices attached to it but at the end of the devices stated unauthorized...mmmm...

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Post by *nak71 » 2014-12-23, 09:57 UTC

yes it worked...all i have to do is untick then tick again the USB debugging on my Samsung. Thank you seb-

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Error uploading file

Post by *drfie » 2014-12-24, 14:32 UTC

It seems that uploads to my external SD card do not work. It progresses to 100% and then there is an error "Error uploading file!". This is what I see in the log:

2014-12-24 13:49:10 [08E0] ADB Write: STAT+ /storage/sdcard1/osmand/Slovakia_europe.obf
2014-12-24 13:49:10 [08E0] ADB Read:
2014-12-24 13:49:10 [08E0] Connecting to ADB server...
2014-12-24 13:49:10 [08E0] Connected
2014-12-24 13:49:10 [08E0] ADB Write: host:transport:0009b1616c973f
2014-12-24 13:49:10 [08E0] ADB Read: OKAY
2014-12-24 13:49:10 [08E0] ADB Write: sync:
2014-12-24 13:49:10 [08E0] ADB Read: OKAY
2014-12-24 13:49:10 [08E0] ADB Write: SEND# /storage/sdcard0/072C0DD2.tmp,33206
2014-12-24 13:50:16 [08E0] ADB Write: DONE˜ŠT
2014-12-24 13:50:16 [08E0] ADB Read: OKAY
2014-12-24 13:50:16 [08E0] Connecting to ADB server...
2014-12-24 13:50:16 [08E0] Connected
2014-12-24 13:50:16 [08E0] ADB Write: host:transport:0009b1616c973f
2014-12-24 13:50:16 [08E0] ADB Read: OKAY
2014-12-24 13:50:16 [08E0] ADB Write: shell:busybox mv -f "/storage/sdcard0/072C0DD2.tmp" "/storage/sdcard1/osmand/Slovakia_europe.obf"
2014-12-24 13:50:16 [08E0] ADB Read: OKAY
2014-12-24 13:50:16 [08E0] ADB Read Data: mv: setfilecon:/storage/sdcard1/osmand/Slovakia_europe.obf,u:object_r:sdcard_internal:s0: Operation not supported on transport endpoint
2014-12-24 13:50:16 [08E0] Connecting to ADB server...
2014-12-24 13:50:16 [08E0] Connected
2014-12-24 13:50:16 [08E0] ADB Write: host:transport:0009b1616c973f
2014-12-24 13:50:16 [08E0] ADB Read: OKAY
2014-12-24 13:50:16 [08E0] ADB Write: shell:busybox rm -f "/storage/sdcard0/072C0DD2.tmp"
2014-12-24 13:50:16 [08E0] ADB Read: OKAY
2014-12-24 13:50:16 [08E0] ADB Read Data:
2014-12-24 13:50:19 [0A78] Connecting to ADB server...
2014-12-24 13:50:19 [0A78] Connected
2014-12-24 13:50:19 [0A78] ADB Write: host:transport:0009b1616c973f
2014-12-24 13:50:19 [0A78] ADB Read: OKAY
2014-12-24 13:50:19 [0A78] ADB Write: shell:ls -l "/storage/sdcard1/osmand/"
2014-12-24 13:50:19 [0A78] ADB Read: OKAY

My system SGS2 / CM11 (Android 4.4.4)
My external SD card is formatted as exfat. (As a workaround for so called FPBug, for which there is a fix now btw...) Upload to internal SD card works.

When I try to mv file from internal to external SD card in the console on the phone, I get: "Cross device link" error. I can cp the file without any problem. And mv -f does not seem to be supported, "-f" is just assumed to be the first argument. I can mv a file within any sd card.

Edit: As a workaround, I can set "Threshold to use SDCard for copying large files to device" to some high value, say 100000. Then the file is copied directly to the external sd card and it works.

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