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Software Engineer at Genymobile working on Genymotion, Treasurer at Paris Android User Group, Google Developer Expert Android
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This is amazing!
This is it! We are very proud to announce +Romain Guy and +Chet Haase as our first keynote speakers with a brand new and amazing talk.

Take your ticket to one of the best lineup we've ever made here:
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Hi guys,

I'm trying to play around with Android Things and the NXP board. I tried to flash the board with the tutorial ( but I got stuck. After flashing the bootloader (u-boot.img). I lost the ADB and fastboot connection, impossible to get it back. I precise that fastboot did not show any error when flashing the img, just the board never has been connected again to my computer.

I tried to find a way to flash the original firmware with the manufacturer's soft and I found this documentation ( I also found MFGTool (

I see some files related to brillo but not the file given on the documentation ( mfgtool2-brillo-mx6ul-pico-emmc.vbs). I tried several things but nothing successful for now. Do you guys have more input for this kind of problem?

NB: I would like to try to avoid using an UART connector.

NXP Pico i.MX6UL
NXP Pico i.MX6UL

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What's new in Android N adb/shell?

adb push/pull/sync much faster. (AOSP N9 full /system sync down from 60s to 20s.) Now with better progress feedback showing percentage complete.

adb push/pull interpret command-line arguments more like scp.

adb shell: returns remote process’ exit status, distinguishes stdout/stderr, passes through stdin (so you can pipe into a remote process), passes window size and terminal type (and updates window size), >1024 shell command length. These features all require a new adbd, so even with a new adb they’ll only work when talking to new devices. (Most of this work was done by the Brillo team.)

Windows support greatly improved (99% of this work done by external contributor Spencer Low).

Increased stability for automated testing.

Helpful diagnostics for adb/fastboot Linux USB permissions problems.

Numerous command-line tool improvements/bug fixes. In particular, ls(1) is now the much more full-featured toybox ls. Unlike in M, sed(1) now works fine.
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Hey Cloud Expo! Want to know more about our newborn Genymotion Cloud?
See you at 1:10 GMT (Virtualisation Infrastructure & Storage Theatre)

#GenymotionCloud #cloudexpo #cloudexpoeurope
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Google Developers Experts +Eyal LEZMY, +Etienne Caron and +Royi Benyossef discuss the principles of app on-boarding flow in their first episode of the Launchpad App-Clinic series
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Genymotion 2.6 is out! #oO

• Flashable archives improvement. Genymotion now executes update binary if one is present. Many tools have been added to execute scripts without a recovery.
• In some situations, cloning a virtual device could take longer than expected and fail. This has been fixed.
• The Power button is now darkening the virtual device screen on Mac OS X.
• On Linux and Mac OS X, Genymotion now properly resumes after hibernation.
• The Screencast feature on Mac OS X El Capitan doesn’t lead to a crash of Genymotion anymore.
• On Mac OS X, Genymotion would sometimes needlessly consume license activations. This has been fixed.
• In the SMS feature of the Phone widget, all Unicode characters are now properly handled.
• The command android setdeviceid of Genymotion Shell now allows upper case.
• The command gmtool license info of GMTool now takes the timezone into account when displaying the expiration time.

More in today’s release note!
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I hope you'll like it!
And we're live!!!
Join +Etienne Caron  +Eyal LEZMY  and myself along with all the other Android Google developer experts for our first episode of our new show - App clinic!
And also, a special bonus for all those who watch - App clinic live (watch to see what that means)
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Coming to +droidcon London this week? Have your app reviewed by our panel of experts at the App Clinic!

Preregister here to secure a slot, or just show up in the design area. More info here:
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Very nice slides!
You can now find my Tools of the Trade talk slides, just presented at Droidcon NYC, on Speakerdeck.

Slides video can be found here: , so you can also appreciate all the animations that are lost in the PDF.

#GDE #android #techtalk #toolsOfTrade #AndroidDev
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