How to get ADB working with Micromax A70 [Linux]

There were some problems in getting ADB to work with Micromax A70. Not any more..

JDK- How To Install Oracle Java 7 (JDK) In Ubuntu ~ Web Upd8: Ubuntu / Linux blog
SDK- Google it.


  1. Install JDK and SDK. (Link to JDK 7 is given above)
  2. Download tar.gz package & extract it.
  3. In terminal
    cd /home/user/extracted_folder/android-sdk-linux_x86/tools
  4. Download all necessary packages by clicking on “Available packages” and checking “Android Repository”. Then click on “install selected” button and another window will pop up. Check “accept all” and click on “install” button. Wait and you will have all SDK packages installed,adb too.
    sudo gedit /etc/udev/rules.d/99-android.rules
  5. Then paste following in it.
    SUBSYSTEM==”usb”, SYSFS{idVendor}==”1d91″, MODE=”0666″Save & Exit.For ubuntu 11.04,paste this.(i m not sure of this but found in more then 2 guides)
    SUBSYSTEMS==”usb”, ATTRS{idVendor}==”1d91″ TEST==”/var/run/ConsoleKit/database”, RUN+=”udev-acl –action=$env{action} –device=$env{DEVNAME}”
  6. Save & exit.
    sudo chmod a+rx /etc/udev/rules.d/99-android.rules
    sudo service udev restart
    sudo gedit .bashrc
  7. At the end paste this-
    export PATH=${PATH}:/home/YOUR-USERNAME/android-sdk-linux_x86/platform-tools
    (this may change according to your android-sdk directory)(Upto this point credit goes to xda developer ciaox,here is link to his tutorial,
    [LINUX][HOW-TO]ADB not working? Check this out! – xda-developers
  8. source ~/.bashrc
    reboot pc. (Optional)
  9. In terminal
    mkdir -p ~/.android && echo 0x1d91 > ~/.android/adb_usb.ini && adb kill-server && adb devices

And you’re done.

Credits go to- mastermind1024

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Adobe Flash Player 11.1 for Samsung Galaxy Ace [Working] [Video]


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Despite being Adobe Flash Player now officially dead, there is still need for an official working version. Here is yet another attempt. Reported working on Stock Rom 2.3.4 & Opera Mobile as well


  • Root Privileges


  1. Download com.adobe.flashplayer_111102059_11.1.102.59.apk
  2. Download
  3. Install com.adobe.flashplayer_111102059_11.1.102.59.apk but don’t launch it yet!
  4. Copy with RootExplorer or any other file manager lib-files from to /data/data/com_adobe_flashplayer/lib/
  5. Fix permissions for lib-files as on screenshot below.
  6. That’s all. Flash will work in any browser you will use.

Credits go to NitroOxid and vlzSilver from 4pda.

Workaround for those who have trouble with installation of this app. (credits KapTmaH from 4pda)

  1. Download file and copy it to your SD card.
  2. Boot in to CWM and mount system, mount data
  3. Install zip from SD card in CWM.
  4. Reboot.

All libs are included.

Video Tutorial  (Credits to artixfan1998 @youtube)

Note that the flash version will be detected as 10.3 only since lib files are from that version.


Flash Player 10.3 for Samsung Galaxy Ace

The ARMv6 Architecture of Samsung Galaxy Ace’s processor obviously lacks Adobe flash support. But mods keep flying around the internet which sometimes work and sometimes don’t.

For those who don’t know already, flash player is needed to play embedded videos on websites like youtube etc. or flash content on your mobile.

So here is Flash 10.3 which will work with many Custom Roms for Ace. Try it for yourself & report the success here (or in any forum with this page address attached, so that we may track it)

Download Link

Update: This is not working with stock firmwares upto Android 2.3.4. (Including DDKQ6) It is reportedly working on CM7 beta.

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