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Yes you can. Just note that we don't have an easy way to recreate the warp snapshot with your changes so you will always have to boot with it off for your modifications to work

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Maybe getting adb is just a matter of finding the right USB - Ethernet dongle:

 

In system/bin are (amongst other files)

adb

ADBonNet.sh

 

last one containing

 

echo "$1"
 
if [ "on" = "$1" ];then
ifconfig eth0 192.168.0.100
setprop service.adb.tcp.port 5555 
stop adbd 
start adbd 
echo "ADB on NET : on"
elif [ "off" = "$1" ];then
setprop service.adb.tcp.port -1
stop adbd 
ifconfig eth0 down
start adbd 
echo "ADB on NET : off"
fi
 
#while off :
#PC adb disconnect & adb usb

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ADB is already available both for USB and WiFi/Ethernet.

I missed that, ADB is just what I need! How do I get ADB (without wifi - my 7100 doesn't have wifi)? Please point me in the right direction. 

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I got ADB debug over USB working perfectly first go, from what I'm reading others are having issues?

 

* Enable debug menu

* Change USB mode to 'device', headunit reboots

* Enable debug menu

* Enable 'ADB on usb' option

* lsusb on a Linux machine connected to it using a standard USB male<>male cable shows a device as a Nexus 7 in debug mode

* 'adb shell' gives you a shell

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I got ADB debug over USB working perfectly first go, from what I'm reading others are having issues?

 

* Enable debug menu

* Change USB mode to 'device', headunit reboots

* Enable debug menu

* Enable 'ADB on usb' option

* lsusb on a Linux machine connected to it using a standard USB male<>male cable shows a device as a Nexus 7 in debug mode

* 'adb shell' gives you a shell

This procedure works for NEX8100 as well

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or just use the console uart, where adb is always available without playing with the debug menu (which disables the iphone link when you switch to device mode)

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Hello
Here are the menus of my Avic F980BT
I can not see the content, while the PC recognizes the avic in Android
I put pictures of all the menus

I tried with Windows 10 and Linux but the same .. it sees android But I do not have access

 

The normal menu

 

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The developer menu

 

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The PC linux and Windows 10

 

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