How to fix the ADB Binary found adb is obsolete and has serious performance problems with Android Emulator error in Android Studio for Linux

The default Android SDK installed with Android Studio already has the adb application installed and it is the latest. The error ADB Binary found at /home/user/ adb is obsolete and has serious performance problems with Android Emulator appears only if from Android Studio, menu option, Tools -> SDK Manager -> SDK Tools, the Android SDK … Continue reading How to fix the ADB Binary found adb is obsolete and has serious performance problems with Android Emulator error in Android Studio for Linux

One more way to speed Android Studio in Linux

At times, Android Studio just slows down while indexing files on the Linux file system. To overcome this problem, some files like Thumbs.db or thumbs.db can be prevented from being taken up for indexing. To do so, start Android Studio and select the File->Settings -> File Types. Then at the end of the list of … Continue reading One more way to speed Android Studio in Linux

How to speed Android Studio in Linux by changed VM Options

After installing Android Studio 4.1 on Linux, one of the biggest issue was speed of Android Studio at startup. To improve speed vmoptions64 or vmoptions needs to contain the setof lines in blue below. You can change the file using a text editor as follows by opening a terminal window: $ mousepad ~/.AndroidStudio4.0/config/studio64.vmoptions <enter> or … Continue reading How to speed Android Studio in Linux by changed VM Options

How to change GPU mode for Android 10 Google Play API Pixel 3 AVD in Android Studio for Linux

If you install the AVD with Google Play Store, you cannot modify the GPU from Automatic or Hardware to any other value. It appears greyed in the AVD settings. Some of us do not have graphics cards on our systems and therefore, this setting has to be changed in order to enable Android Studio AVDs … Continue reading How to change GPU mode for Android 10 Google Play API Pixel 3 AVD in Android Studio for Linux

How to install Epson L365 Ink Tank printer driver on Ubuntu Linux 20.04 LTS

Several attempts to install the Epson L365 ink tank printer on the Ubuntu 20.04 LTS computer were futile as the L series printers never showed up on the list of printers in Settings -> Printers and Add printer. Even though Epson was available for selection, it only showed the dot matrix printers in the list … Continue reading How to install Epson L365 Ink Tank printer driver on Ubuntu Linux 20.04 LTS

How to find serial number of computer in Linux using dmidecode

To find the serial number of the computer, open a terminal window and install dmidecode using apt-get as below:$ sudo apt-get install dmidecode <enter> Thereafter, enter the following command to get the serial number:$ sudo dmidecode | grep -i serial <enter> Now you will see the serial number of the computer. The serial number is … Continue reading How to find serial number of computer in Linux using dmidecode

Install kvm on Linux Mint for Android Studio x86 or x86_64 version of Android emulator

After installing Android Studio, the Android emulator takes a long time to start up. It appears to have hanged and other activities on the Ubuntu computer are not possible. This could be due to incorrect installation of kvm. To resolve this problem, open a terminal window and install kvm using the following command: $ sudo … Continue reading Install kvm on Linux Mint for Android Studio x86 or x86_64 version of Android emulator

What to do if “failed to connect to lvmetad” slows down booting on Linux Mint or Ubuntu

As my system was very slow to boot, while grub loaded, I press the Esc key see what was wrong. The error related to "failed to connect to lvmetad" occurred frequently. This error is due to improperly configured swap file for the resume of the laptop on hibernate. To fix this, open a terminal window … Continue reading What to do if “failed to connect to lvmetad” slows down booting on Linux Mint or Ubuntu

How to verify files copied with hashes computed using hashdeep on Linux

Linux is very meticulous about maintaining the integrity of files and the file system when copying files across folders. However, there are occassions when the copies of files need to be verified with those of the original. To do this, hashdeep is a good tool to compute hashes of files copied and compare them with … Continue reading How to verify files copied with hashes computed using hashdeep on Linux

Fix NTFS USB drive in linux

At times, there are errors with mounting NTFS formatted volumes from a USB drive. This can cause pain. Below is the method of how to fix the error, and even though it worked for me, there is no guarantee it will work for anyone else. Try it at your own risk. Open a terminal window … Continue reading Fix NTFS USB drive in linux