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Hi there.

I have wiped cache, data etc and installed the Xolo ICS ROM on my OSD. Then I rooted it and installed Borq libs.


Now, when I debug apps from ADT (Eclipse) I see
“ActivityManager: /sbin/sh: am: not found”


Any ideas? I know it is something to do with sh and symlinks... thanks

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I used to get the same error. I uninstalled the Intel drivers and installed them again. Also,end the adb process and restart Eclipse. It might help. And i also think i added the device vendor ID from Paul's post.

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I used to get the same error. I uninstalled the Intel drivers and installed them again. Also,end the adb process and restart Eclipse. It might help. And i also think i added the device vendor ID from Paul's post.


Thanks :)

Drivers don't apply to me, as I am running Linux Mint. I ended up wiping cache/data and re-installing Xolo UN-rooted, and that solved it :)

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Drivers don't apply to me, as I am running Linux Mint.



Thankyou glossywhite, I have never tried mint before and after seeing this post I thought I would give it a try and I love it. :D
Obviously I have to keep winblows to play games :angry: but no problem as I have two hard drives with OS on each. Linux mint is very nice, minimal, fast and well its just linux which we all know is better than windows anyway :lol:

Edited by jikobutsu, 04 April 2013 - 10:43 AM.

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Thankyou glossywhite, I have never tried mint before and after seeing this post I thought I would give it a try and I love it. :D
Obviously I have to keep winblows to play games :angry: but no problem as I have two hard drives with OS on each. Linux mint is very nice, minimal, fast and well its just linux which we all know is better than windows anyway :lol:


Not "better", just different :)

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