If defined, the command name to display when running "su -". For example, if this is defined as "su" then a ps displays the command as "-su". If not defined, then ps would display the name of the shell actually being run, e.g., something like "-sh". SYSLOG_SU_ENAB: boolean: Enable "syslog" logging of su activity - in addition to sulog file logging.

Command and options Description create avd -n name-k "sdk_id" [-c {path|size}] [-f] [-p path]: Create a new AVD. You must provide a name for the AVD and specify the ID of the SDK package to use for the AVD using sdk_id wrapped in quotes. For example, the following command creates an AVD named test using the x86 system image for API level 25: I've recently got android auto in a new civic 2018 and the android auto is not recognizing any voice commands. When I hold the mic key and the Google dots appear, it waits for a command but it seems like the mic doesn't work. I've tested the car's own voice control/ hands free call and that performs normally, so the car's mic is functional. Android installations do not always have all the tools one would expect to have on a Unix-like system. For example, right now I have a problematic device which doesn't have find CLI utility. I mean, this is what I get while in adb shell: $ find /system/bin/sh: find: not found Top 4 Quick Methods to Fix No Command Android [Users Verified] Method 1. Remove the Battery to Fix Android Says No Command . The first method is to remove the battery if your phone has a removable battery. This is the easiest way to fix any stuck or errors on Android phone and tablet. Method 2. Android No Command Fix through Force Restart

When I use the Mac OS X Terminal to navigate to the folder with my Android Emulator and type emulator, I get: command not found Here's what happens: $ emulator -bash: emulator: command not fou

(nevermind about my specific location of su binary, any location is okay as long there is no white space) note: To figure out bin or xbin do in console before: > adb shell, > ls /system/xbin/su. If this fails try this pushing to this directory instead /system/xbin/su. Also for emulators running android 5.1 and below use the su and not su.pie Unzip the SuperOneClick .zip and pull out the su-v3, busybox, Superuser.apk, psneuter, and GingerBreak files. Rename su-v3 to su, and place the files in your ADB Platform-tools directory, which is contained in the Android SDK folder on your computer. If you are on Windows, you will also need to have proper drivers for your phone installed.

I rooted my android phone (Android 4.0.9). and I am trying to change the IMEI . in the terminal emulator: I typed " su" to get into the super user mood. but the response was: /system/bin/sh: su: not found what is wrong and how can I make it work. in case its important, the phone brand and model are: Star N9776, Android 4.0.9, dual sim phone

Command and options Description create avd -n name-k "sdk_id" [-c {path|size}] [-f] [-p path]: Create a new AVD. You must provide a name for the AVD and specify the ID of the SDK package to use for the AVD using sdk_id wrapped in quotes. For example, the following command creates an AVD named test using the x86 system image for API level 25: I've recently got android auto in a new civic 2018 and the android auto is not recognizing any voice commands. When I hold the mic key and the Google dots appear, it waits for a command but it seems like the mic doesn't work. I've tested the car's own voice control/ hands free call and that performs normally, so the car's mic is functional.