AutoTools help with finding custom settings and adb commands

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  1. maikolosion

    maikolosion New Member

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    Hi, I have been trying to get the custom commands, but seems im missing something.
    I have been following the guide but adb commands like

    adb shell settings list system
    adb shell settings list global
    adb shell settings list secure

    does not return a list, but these texts


    C:\android\platform-tools>adb shell settings list system
    usage: settings [--user NUM] get namespace key
    settings [--user NUM] put namespace key value
    settings [--user NUM] delete namespace key
    'namespace' is one of {system, secure, global}, case-insensitive
    If '--user NUM' is not given, the operations are performed on the owner user.

    C:\android\platform-tools>adb shell settings list global
    usage: settings [--user NUM] get namespace key
    settings [--user NUM] put namespace key value
    settings [--user NUM] delete namespace key
    'namespace' is one of {system, secure, global}, case-insensitive
    If '--user NUM' is not given, the operations are performed on the owner user.

    any idea what I am missing?

    This is a tiny chinese phone with android 5.1. It enables a floating assist button at each boot, despite it being disables in accesibility settings
     
  2. joaomgcd

    joaomgcd Administrator Staff Member

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    Hmm, sorry no idea really, buy maybe you can use the latest beta :) That has a handy Secure Settings assistant to help you find any custom setting. Can you please try that? Thanks!
     
  3. TomTcom

    TomTcom Member

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    You are executing adb commands from Windows as seen by your command prompt but on your phone you are executing from Linux.

    Google adb Linux commands, there are differences.

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