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Enabling usb debugging in Recovery mode adb

Discussion in 'Android Lounge' started by xuare, Jan 4, 2012.

  1. xuare

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    General question. USB recovery mode is a low level set of operations (at least lower than the Android JVM used by all apps), and I know there is an adbd daemon on the phone. I was wondering what happens, specifically, when you enable USB debugging in the phone, and where that preference is stored (guessing somewhere in /system/etc/). Since you can use adb when in recovery mode regardless of the way the setting is set, I know there should be ways to turn it on that have to be accessible to usermode (non-root) tools.

    Ideally, I would like to be able to "switch on" USB debugging via adb shell in recovery mode. The reason for doing so is so that a reboot of the phone will not close any recovery tools started previously.
     

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  2. armin3000

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    Do you find any soulution?! I have the same problem too. my phone doesn't boot up and I hadn't enabled usb debugging and I only can go too the recovery mode. how can I enable "usb debugging" with adb or recovery?
     

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