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ADB is the tool used to connect to your Android Linux tablet from your Linux PC. This post concerns how to get ADB working so you can change the system files inside your Android tablet, such as the boot animation and sound, and gives an example script.
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A ship in harbor is safe, but that is not what ships are built for.”
–William Shedd
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Cute. 
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The Case of the Missing Cow

A big city lawyer was called in on a case between a farmer and a large railroad company. The farmer noticed that his prize cow was missing from the field through which the railroad passed. He filed suit against the railroad company for the value of the cow. The case was to be tried before the Justice of the Peace in the back room of the General Store.

The attorney immediately cornered the farmer and tried to get him to settle out of court. The lawyer did his best selling job, and the farmer finally agreed to take half of what he was claiming to settle the case. After the farmer signed the release and took the check, the young lawyer couldn't help but gloat a little over his success.

He said to the farmer, "You know, I hate to tell you this but I put one over on you in there. I couldn't have won the case. The engineer was asleep and the fireman was in the caboose when the train went through your farm that morning. I didn't have one witness to put on the stand."

The old farmer replied, "Well, I'll tell you, young feller, I was a little worried about winning that case myself because that durned cow came home this morning!"

Received from Thomas Ellsworth.

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A ship in harbor is safe, but that is not what ships are built for.” –William Shedd
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The early bird gets the worm, but the second mouse gets the cheese.
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Hot to connect an android tablet for command line control. Android-sdk, ADB
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* Local roads were closed, ambulances were on standby. Microphones, suspended between trees, were ready to capture the blast of a Napoleonic cannon borrowed from a military academy. The fifth blast was deemed to be a "take"; the tape was taken back to the studio and dubbed 16 times into a recording of Tchaikovsky's 1812 Overture by the Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra. This recording, made in 1954, was the first one to follow the composer's instruc...
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Education
  • Purdue University
    BSEE, 1972 - 1977
  • Indiana University
    MS Bus Admin, 1990
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Gender
Male
Birthday
March 6
Other names
Kubulai, Known as Kubulai on FaceBook, Twitter, YouTube -- everywhere except Google+ as Google refuses to acknowledge it
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Professor, Engineer, Programmer, Social Activist, Consumer Advocate
Introduction
You have never lost until you agree that you are defeated.

Who am I?
Over time I have built a world-view, like constructing a map of the cosmos, and from this, essentially everything is understandable and anything is possible. The most important things that I have learned have been self-taught by picking up on or asking myself good, clear, penetrating questions to expose and articulate the hidden structures that underlie the experience of living.

It’s a complex world, and I believe we each should develop the facility to interact in a wide variety of ways. If something really interests me I have an incredible ability to stick with it — even though I have a larger perspective, I can be very focused and zero in on a point. I have always seen the world at many levels.

I’m always interested in developing expertise in new areas. I tend to be someone who looks at all the what-ifs, anticipating all possible scenarios and their likelihood: I rarely have just a 'plan A'. Once people comprehend the significance of what I am explaining to them, they usually also recognize its importance. The problem is that it may be ten years before they realize that I am right -- ten lost years which could have been productive.

Autonomy is important, to be respected for my own thoughts and feelings, ideas and creativity. It is frustrating when people simply dismiss a concept without trying to understand or worse when they actually fight against progress because doing the best thing for everyone would mean they collected less money than they could get otherwise. Greed is a very ugly abuser. Still, I never really think of others as 'too stupid to understand': only that I have somehow still not explained in a way that they can grasp, although sometimes I must concede that they simply don't want to understand. I am instinctively tolerant but the one thing I cannot stand is people who just don't care: about the quality of their own work or their effect on others' lives.

I am naturally organized, structured, and analytical. If a project enters my mind it immediately assumes the form of its pieces, its basic structure, and what sequence of events is required to get it done. This isn’t something I do: it happens instantaneously without effort. Issues are multifaceted and I try to think from different perspectives, not only my perspectives but others’ too. I’ve found it’s good to gather as many facts as I can. Sometimes there is a piece that needs to be thrown out, or maybe it’s the seed of another project.

My analytical instinct also makes me coolheaded even under extreme circumstances: when others loose their head in a disaster, or become trapped in placing blame, I am already working out solutions. If a shooter walked into my classroom and shot me in the heart, I would still act, knowing that I had about 6-8 seconds to stop him from harming anyone else before my body quit working.

I won’t do something if I feel I can’t do it well.
Bragging rights
Converted two organizations to Google email and survived.
Work
Occupation
Program Chair and CEO
Employment
  • API
    Owner, 2007 - present
  • Adult Life Training, Inc.
    CEO, 2003 - present
  • AgriStats, Inc.
    Sr. Programmer Analyst, 1998 - 2003
  • J & J Nash
    Owner, 1991 - 1998
  • Allied Aerospace / Bendix
    Design Engineer, 1978 - 1990
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Fort Wayne, IN USA - South Bend, IN USA
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260.432.0014 x128
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