Congratulations! You have now some basic information on how to turn your Andbox into something even more useful, and how to interact with it using your trusted GNU/Linux machine.
At the end of this document, I can confess you the truth: while I'm a long-term GNU/Linux fan, I'm afraid I've just started to appreciate Android. I find it insanely fragmented; until recently, it was unacceptably sluggish and laggy; I also believe it still suffers from (at least) a couple of serious design flaws. Besides, I don't like tablets, all of them; I find way too limited, if compared to a real computer. That said, I can say that my 8-core, Android 5.0.1-based phone is quite nice.
I hope this guide provided some useful information. It's only the beginning: please stay tuned for updates.
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