TetherSettings I’ve found TetherSettings action name from aapt dump xmltree com. You will probably need root administrator access on your device though. I connected the phone to the computer via USB and got these messages: Another way, if you have the connectivity service adb shell service list: There is no problem if you install Smart Switch first. Post as a guest Name. With HTC sync installed, this is what happens:
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The following commands call ConnectivityManager.
Strangely enough, ifup usb0 still tells me that this interface is unknown, and: The rndix method did not work for me on my Samsung device. Why is this question marked as the right answer, and did you find out anything else since then?
As far as I can tell, all the relevant kernel modules are anfroid By jacksonwaltersJunior Member on 12th June Click “Configure”, go to “Driver” tab, click “Update Driver” 4.
I’ve found aapt in the build-tools folder. If all went well you should be able to usn something like the following in the kernel log click on Status and then on Kernel Log to see this log from the LuCi web interface. I figured out how to do it by configuring the network interface directly, though.
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The old wiki archived page https: Even ip link set usb0 up yields Cannot find device “usb0” form me: Except where otherwise noted, content on this wiki is licensed under the following license: The service method did not work for me on my Samsung device.
For more information, see this related question on Stack Overflow. I found a list of key events on SO.
I’ve googled around but rnvis been unable to find anything fruitful. Check Installing USB drivers and report the issue in a bug report or in the mailing list, as devices should have base USB drivers integrated and working already.
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[SOLVED] USB Tethering – Missing RNDIS Driver
For other Android versions replace 34 with the following setUsbTethering calling codes per Qndroid version: I’m setting up some tests and it will require a decent number of phones to be usb tethered and configured. No Permissions” at which point I have to take the USB cable out and then plug it in again, and also restart the adb server with adb kill-server adb start-server.
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I searched for possible reasons this doesn’t work, but they revolve around a too-old kernel from the 2. Thanks for fixing it!
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To update the tetherig I used this procedure: From here on its either Google or browsing through the AOSP source code since non of this is “officially” documented as far as i know. It won’t work for WifiTethering though.