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LG Q6 frp done by MRT-O-KEY


LG Q6 frp done by MRT-O-KEY





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Searching Android Mobile...
    need power off your mobile
    and enaled usb debug
    please check mobile has tick enab auth...
    Get the Android Deivers
    Reading Mobile Device Info
    * daemon not running. starting it now on port 5037 *
    * daemon started successfully *
    LG-M700
    Remove frp by usb debug...
    usage: am [subcommand] [options]
    usage: am start [-D] [-N] [-W] [-P <FILE>] [--start-profiler <FILE>]
                   [--sampling INTERVAL] [-R COUNT] [-S]
                   [--track-allocation] [--user <USER_ID> | current] <INTENT>
     [--user <USER_ID> | current] <INTENT>
           am stopservice [--user <USER_ID> | current] <INTENT>
           am force-stop [--user <USER_ID> | all | current] <PACKAGE>
           am kill [--user <USER_ID> | all | current] <PACKAGE>
           am kill-all
     am broadcast [--user <USER_ID> | all | current] <INTENT>
           am instrument [-r] [-e <NAME> <VALUE>] [-p <FILE>] [-w]
                   [--user <USER_ID> | current]
                   [--no-window-animation] [--abi <ABI>] <COMPONENT>
    rt [--user <USER_ID> current] [--sampling INTERVAL] <PROCESS> <FILE>
           am profile stop [--user <USER_ID> current] [<PROCESS>]
           am dumpheap [--user <USER_ID> current] [-n] <PROCESS> <FILE>
    
           am clear-debug-app
           am set-watch-heap <PROCESS> <MEM-LIMIT>
           am clear-watch-heap
           am bug-report [--progress]
           am monitor [--gdb <port>]
           am hang [--allow-restart]
           am restart
           am idle-maintenance
           am screen-compat [on|off] <PACKAGE>
           am package-importance <PACKAGE>
           am to-uri [INTENT]
           am to-intent-uri [INTENT]
           am to-app-uri [INTENT]
           am switch-user <USER_ID>
           am start-user <USER_ID>
    ck-user <USER_ID> [TOKEN_HEX]
           am stop-user [-w] [-f] <USER_ID>
           am stack start <DISPLAY_ID> <INTENT>
           am stack movetask <TASK_ID> <STACK_ID> [true|false]
           am stack resize <STACK_ID> <LEFT,TOP,RIGHT,BOTTOM>
    ize-animated <STACK_ID> <LEFT,TOP,RIGHT,BOTTOM>
           am stack resize-docked-stack <LEFT,TOP,RIGHT,BOTTOM> [<TASK_LEFT,TASK_TOP,TASK_RIGHT,TASK_BOTTOM>]
           am stack size-docked-stack-test: <STEP_SIZE> <l|t|r|b> [DELAY_MS]
    activity-to-pinned-stack: <STACK_ID> <LEFT,TOP,RIGHT,BOTTOM>
           am stack positiontask <TASK_ID> <STACK_ID> <POSITION>
           am stack list
           am stack info <STACK_ID>
           am stack remove <STACK_ID>
           am task lock <TASK_ID>
    task lock stop
           am task resizeable <TASK_ID> [0 (unresizeable) | 1 (crop_windows) | 2 (resizeable) | 3 (resizeable_and_pipable)]
           am task resize <TASK_ID> <LEFT,TOP,RIGHT,BOTTOM>
    ] 
           am task size-task-test <TASK_ID> <STEP_SIZE> [DELAY_MS] 
           am get-config
           am suppress-resize-config-changes <true|false>
           am set-inactive [--user <USER_ID>] <PACKAGE> true|false
    CKAGE>
           am send-trim-memory [--user <USER_ID>] <PROCESS>
                   [HIDDEN|RUNNING_MODERATE|BACKGROUND|RUNNING_LOW|MODERATE|RUNNING_CRITICAL|COMPLETE]
           am get-current-user
    
    am start: start an Activity.  Options are:
    ebugging
        -N: enable native debugging
        -W: wait for launch to complete
        --start-profiler <FILE>: start profiler and send results to <FILE>
        --sampling INTERVAL: use sample profiling with INTERVAL microseconds
    with --start-profiler)
        -P <FILE>: like above, but profiling stops when app goes idle
        -R: repeat the activity launch <COUNT> times.  Prior to each repeat,
            the top activity will be finished.
    ing the activity
        --track-allocation: enable tracking of object allocations
        --user <USER_ID> | current: Specify which user to run as; if not
            specified then run as the current user.
     the activity be put.
    am startservice: start a Service.  Options are:
        --user <USER_ID> | current: Specify which user to run as; if not
            specified then run as the current user.
    
    am stopservice: stop a Service.  Options are:
    R_ID> | current: Specify which user to run as; if not
            specified then run as the current user.
    
    am force-stop: force stop everything associated with <PACKAGE>.
        --user <USER_ID> | all | current: Specify user to force stop;
     if not specified.
    
    am kill: Kill all processes associated with <PACKAGE>.  Only kills.
      processes that are safe to kill -- that is, will not impact the user
      experience.
        --user <USER_ID> | all | current: Specify user whose processes to kill;
            all users if not specified.
    
    am kill-all: Kill all background processes.
    
    am broadcast: send a broadcast Intent.  Options are:
        --user <USER_ID> | all | current: Specify which user to send to; if not
    rs.
        --receiver-permission <PERMISSION>: Require receiver to hold permission.
    
    am instrument: start an Instrumentation.  Typically this target <COMPONENT>
      is the form <TEST_PACKAGE>/<RUNNER_CLASS> or only <TEST_PACKAGE> if there 
    nstrumentation.  Options are:
        -r: print raw results (otherwise decode REPORT_KEY_STREAMRESULT).  Use with
            [-e perf true] to generate raw output for performance measurements.
    unners a
            common form is [-e <testrunner_flag> <value>[,<value>...]].
        -p <FILE>: write profiling data to <FILE>
        -w: wait for instrumentation to finish before returning.  Required for
            test runners.
    : Specify user instrumentation runs in;
            current user if not specified.
        --no-window-animation: turn off window animations while running.
        --abi <ABI>: Launch the instrumented process with the selected ABI.
    rocess supports the selected ABI.
    
    am trace-ipc: Trace IPC transactions.
      start: start tracing IPC transactions.
      stop: stop tracing IPC transactions and dump the results to file.
    to.
    
    am profile: start and stop profiler on a process.  The given <PROCESS> argument
      may be either a process name or pid.  Options are:
        --user <USER_ID> | current: When supplying a process name,
    current user if not specified.
    
    am dumpheap: dump the heap of a process.  The given <PROCESS> argument may
      be either a process name or pid.  Options are:
        -n: dump native heap instead of managed heap
    g a process name,
            specify user of process to dump; uses current user if not specified.
    
    am set-debug-app: set application <PACKAGE> to debug.  Options are:
        -w: wait for debugger when application starts
    

    am clear-debug-app: clear the previously set-debug-app.
    
    am set-watch-heap: start monitoring pss size of <PROCESS>, if it is at or
        above <HEAP-LIMIT> then a heap dump is collected for the user to report
    
    ly set-watch-heap.
    
    am bug-report: request bug report generation; will launch a notification
        when done to select where it should be delivered. Options are: 
       --progress: will launch a notification right away to show its progress.
    
    start monitoring for crashes or ANRs.
        --gdb: start gdbserv on the given port at crash/ANR
    
    am hang: hang the system.
        --allow-restart: allow watchdog to perform normal system restart
    
    am restart: restart the user-space system.
    
    tenance: perform idle maintenance now.
    
    am screen-compat: control screen compatibility mode of <PACKAGE>.
    
    am package-importance: print current importance of <PACKAGE>.
    
    am to-uri: print the given Intent specification as a URI.
    
    print the given Intent specification as an intent: URI.
    
    am to-app-uri: print the given Intent specification as an android-app: URI.
    
    am switch-user: switch to put USER_ID in the foreground, starting
    d.
    
    am start-user: start USER_ID in background if it is currently stopped,
      use switch-user if you want to start the user in foreground.
    
    am stop-user: stop execution of USER_ID, not allowing it to run any
    tch to it.
      -w: wait for stop-user to complete.
      -f: force stop even if there are related users that cannot be stopped.
    
    am stack start: start a new activity on <DISPLAY_ID> using <INTENT>.
    
     to the top (true) or   bottom (false) of <STACK_ID>.
    
    am stack resize: change <STACK_ID> size and position to <LEFT,TOP,RIGHT,BOTTOM>.
    
    am stack resize-docked-stack: change docked stack to <LEFT,TOP,RIGHT,BOTTOM>
     task bounds indicated by
       <TASK_LEFT,TOP,RIGHT,BOTTOM>
    
    am stack size-docked-stack-test: test command for sizing docked stack by
       <STEP_SIZE> increments from the side <l>eft, <t>op, <r>ight, or <b>ottom
    n each step.
    
    am stack move-top-activity-to-pinned-stack: moves the top activity from
       <STACK_ID> to the pinned stack using <LEFT,TOP,RIGHT,BOTTOM> for the
       bounds of the pinned stack.
    
    SITION>
    am stack list: list all of the activity stacks and their sizes.
    
    am stack info: display the information about activity stack <STACK_ID>.
    
    am stack remove: remove stack <STACK_ID>.
    
    other tasks to run.
    
    am task lock stop: end the current task lock.
    
    am task resizeable: change resizeable mode of <TASK_ID>.
       0 (unresizeable) | 1 (crop_windows) | 2 (resizeable) | 3 (resizeable_and_pipable)
    
    is in a stack with the specified bounds.
       Forces the task to be resizeable and creates a stack if no existing stack
       has the specified bounds.
    
    am task drag-task-test: test command for dragging/moving <TASK_ID> by
     the screen applying the optional [DELAY_MS]
       between each step.
    
    am task size-task-test: test command for sizing <TASK_ID> by <STEP_SIZE>   increments within the screen applying the optional [DELAY_MS] between
       each step.
    
    ve the configuration and any recent configurations
      of the device.
    am suppress-resize-config-changes: suppresses configuration changes due to
      user resizing an activity/task.
    
    am set-inactive: sets the inactive state of an app.
    
    returns the inactive state of an app.
    
    am send-trim-memory: send a memory trim event to a <PROCESS>.
    
    am get-current-user: returns id of the current foreground user.
    
    
    <INTENT> specifications include these flags and arguments:
    d <DATA_URI>] [-t <MIME_TYPE>]
        [-c <CATEGORY> [-c <CATEGORY>] ...]
        [-e|--es <EXTRA_KEY> <EXTRA_STRING_VALUE> ...]
        [--esn <EXTRA_KEY> ...]
        [--ez <EXTRA_KEY> <EXTRA_BOOLEAN_VALUE> ...]
        [--ei <EXTRA_KEY> <EXTRA_INT_VALUE> ...]
    --el <EXTRA_KEY> <EXTRA_LONG_VALUE> ...]
        [--ef <EXTRA_KEY> <EXTRA_FLOAT_VALUE> ...]
        [--eu <EXTRA_KEY> <EXTRA_URI_VALUE> ...]
        [--ecn <EXTRA_KEY> <EXTRA_COMPONENT_NAME_VALUE>]
        [--eia <EXTRA_KEY> <EXTRA_INT_VALUE>[,<EXTRA_INT_VALUE...]]
            (mutiple extras passed as Integer[])
        [--eial <EXTRA_KEY> <EXTRA_INT_VALUE>[,<EXTRA_INT_VALUE...]]
            (mutiple extras passed as List<Integer>)
        [--ela <EXTRA_KEY> <EXTRA_LONG_VALUE>[,<EXTRA_LONG_VALUE...]]
    ssed as Long[])
        [--elal <EXTRA_KEY> <EXTRA_LONG_VALUE>[,<EXTRA_LONG_VALUE...]]
            (mutiple extras passed as List<Long>)
        [--efa <EXTRA_KEY> <EXTRA_FLOAT_VALUE>[,<EXTRA_FLOAT_VALUE...]]
            (mutiple extras passed as Float[])
    l <EXTRA_KEY> <EXTRA_FLOAT_VALUE>[,<EXTRA_FLOAT_VALUE...]]
            (mutiple extras passed as List<Float>)
        [--esa <EXTRA_KEY> <EXTRA_STRING_VALUE>[,<EXTRA_STRING_VALUE...]]
    
         escape it using "\,")
        [--esal <EXTRA_KEY> <EXTRA_STRING_VALUE>[,<EXTRA_STRING_VALUE...]]
            (mutiple extras passed as List<String>; to embed a comma into a string,
             escape it using "\,")
        [--f <FLAG>]
    ri-permission] [--grant-write-uri-permission]
        [--grant-persistable-uri-permission] [--grant-prefix-uri-permission]
        [--debug-log-resolution] [--exclude-stopped-packages]
        [--include-stopped-packages]
    vity-clear-top]
        [--activity-clear-when-task-reset] [--activity-exclude-from-recents]
        [--activity-launched-from-history] [--activity-multiple-task]
        [--activity-no-animation] [--activity-no-history]
    y-previous-is-top]
        [--activity-reorder-to-front] [--activity-reset-task-if-needed]
        [--activity-single-top] [--activity-clear-task]
        [--activity-task-on-home]
        [--receiver-registered-only] [--receiver-replace-pending]
    eground]
        [--selector]
        [<URI> | <PACKAGE> | <COMPONENT>]
    
    Error: Bad component name: com.google.android.gsf.login/
    usage: am [subcommand] [options]
    usage: am start [-D] [-N] [-W] [-P <FILE>] [--start-profiler <FILE>]
                   [--sampling INTERVAL] [-R COUNT] [-S]
                   [--track-allocation] [--user <USER_ID> | current] <INTENT>
     [--user <USER_ID> | current] <INTENT>
           am stopservice [--user <USER_ID> | current] <INTENT>
           am force-stop [--user <USER_ID> | all | current] <PACKAGE>
           am kill [--user <USER_ID> | all | current] <PACKAGE>
           am kill-all
     am broadcast [--user <USER_ID> | all | current] <INTENT>
           am instrument [-r] [-e <NAME> <VALUE>] [-p <FILE>] [-w]
                   [--user <USER_ID> | current]
                   [--no-window-animation] [--abi <ABI>] <COMPONENT>
    rt [--user <USER_ID> current] [--sampling INTERVAL] <PROCESS> <FILE>
           am profile stop [--user <USER_ID> current] [<PROCESS>]
           am dumpheap [--user <USER_ID> current] [-n] <PROCESS> <FILE>
    
           am clear-debug-app
           am set-watch-heap <PROCESS> <MEM-LIMIT>
           am clear-watch-heap
           am bug-report [--progress]
           am monitor [--gdb <port>]
           am hang [--allow-restart]
           am restart
           am idle-maintenance
           am screen-compat [on|off] <PACKAGE>
           am package-importance <PACKAGE>
           am to-uri [INTENT]
           am to-intent-uri [INTENT]
           am to-app-uri [INTENT]
           am switch-user <USER_ID>
           am start-user <USER_ID>
    ck-user <USER_ID> [TOKEN_HEX]
           am stop-user [-w] [-f] <USER_ID>
           am stack start <DISPLAY_ID> <INTENT>
           am stack movetask <TASK_ID> <STACK_ID> [true|false]
           am stack resize <STACK_ID> <LEFT,TOP,RIGHT,BOTTOM>
    ize-animated <STACK_ID> <LEFT,TOP,RIGHT,BOTTOM>
           am stack resize-docked-stack <LEFT,TOP,RIGHT,BOTTOM> [<TASK_LEFT,TASK_TOP,TASK_RIGHT,TASK_BOTTOM>]
           am stack size-docked-stack-test: <STEP_SIZE> <l|t|r|b> [DELAY_MS]
    activity-to-pinned-stack: <STACK_ID> <LEFT,TOP,RIGHT,BOTTOM>
           am stack positiontask <TASK_ID> <STACK_ID> <POSITION>
           am stack list
           am stack info <STACK_ID>
           am stack remove <STACK_ID>
           am task lock <TASK_ID>
    task lock stop
           am task resizeable <TASK_ID> [0 (unresizeable) | 1 (crop_windows) | 2 (resizeable) | 3 (resizeable_and_pipable)]
           am task resize <TASK_ID> <LEFT,TOP,RIGHT,BOTTOM>
    ] 
           am task size-task-test <TASK_ID> <STEP_SIZE> [DELAY_MS] 
           am get-config
           am suppress-resize-config-changes <true|false>
           am set-inactive [--user <USER_ID>] <PACKAGE> true|false
    CKAGE>
           am send-trim-memory [--user <USER_ID>] <PROCESS>
                   [HIDDEN|RUNNING_MODERATE|BACKGROUND|RUNNING_LOW|MODERATE|RUNNING_CRITICAL|COMPLETE]
           am get-current-user
    
    am start: start an Activity.  Options are:
    ebugging
        -N: enable native debugging
        -W: wait for launch to complete
        --start-profiler <FILE>: start profiler and send results to <FILE>
        --sampling INTERVAL: use sample profiling with INTERVAL microseconds
    with --start-profiler)
        -P <FILE>: like above, but profiling stops when app goes idle
        -R: repeat the activity launch <COUNT> times.  Prior to each repeat,
            the top activity will be finished.
    ing the activity
        --track-allocation: enable tracking of object allocations
        --user <USER_ID> | current: Specify which user to run as; if not
            specified then run as the current user.
     the activity be put.
    am startservice: start a Service.  Options are:
        --user <USER_ID> | current: Specify which user to run as; if not
            specified then run as the current user.
    
    am stopservice: stop a Service.  Options are:
    R_ID> | current: Specify which user to run as; if not
            specified then run as the current user.
    
    am force-stop: force stop everything associated with <PACKAGE>.
        --user <USER_ID> | all | current: Specify user to force stop;
     if not specified.
    
    am kill: Kill all processes associated with <PACKAGE>.  Only kills.
      processes that are safe to kill -- that is, will not impact the user
      experience.
        --user <USER_ID> | all | current: Specify user whose processes to kill;
            all users if not specified.
    
    am kill-all: Kill all background processes.
    
    am broadcast: send a broadcast Intent.  Options are:
        --user <USER_ID> | all | current: Specify which user to send to; if not
    rs.
        --receiver-permission <PERMISSION>: Require receiver to hold permission.
    
    am instrument: start an Instrumentation.  Typically this target <COMPONENT>
      is the form <TEST_PACKAGE>/<RUNNER_CLASS> or only <TEST_PACKAGE> if there 
    nstrumentation.  Options are:
        -r: print raw results (otherwise decode REPORT_KEY_STREAMRESULT).  Use with
            [-e perf true] to generate raw output for performance measurements.
    unners a
            common form is [-e <testrunner_flag> <value>[,<value>...]].
        -p <FILE>: write profiling data to <FILE>
        -w: wait for instrumentation to finish before returning.  Required for
            test runners.
    : Specify user instrumentation runs in;
            current user if not specified.
        --no-window-animation: turn off window animations while running.
        --abi <ABI>: Launch the instrumented process with the selected ABI.
    rocess supports the selected ABI.
    
    am trace-ipc: Trace IPC transactions.
      start: start tracing IPC transactions.
      stop: stop tracing IPC transactions and dump the results to file.
    to.
    
    am profile: start and stop profiler on a process.  The given <PROCESS> argument
      may be either a process name or pid.  Options are:
        --user <USER_ID> | current: When supplying a process name,
    current user if not specified.
    
    am dumpheap: dump the heap of a process.  The given <PROCESS> argument may
      be either a process name or pid.  Options are:
        -n: dump native heap instead of managed heap
    g a process name,
            specify user of process to dump; uses current user if not specified.
    
    am set-debug-app: set application <PACKAGE> to debug.  Options are:
        -w: wait for debugger when application starts
    

    am clear-debug-app: clear the previously set-debug-app.
    
    am set-watch-heap: start monitoring pss size of <PROCESS>, if it is at or
        above <HEAP-LIMIT> then a heap dump is collected for the user to report
    
    ly set-watch-heap.
    
    am bug-report: request bug report generation; will launch a notification
        when done to select where it should be delivered. Options are: 
       --progress: will launch a notification right away to show its progress.
    
    start monitoring for crashes or ANRs.
        --gdb: start gdbserv on the given port at crash/ANR
    
    am hang: hang the system.
        --allow-restart: allow watchdog to perform normal system restart
    
    am restart: restart the user-space system.
    
    tenance: perform idle maintenance now.
    
    am screen-compat: control screen compatibility mode of <PACKAGE>.
    
    am package-importance: print current importance of <PACKAGE>.
    
    am to-uri: print the given Intent specification as a URI.
    
    print the given Intent specification as an intent: URI.
    
    am to-app-uri: print the given Intent specification as an android-app: URI.
    
    am switch-user: switch to put USER_ID in the foreground, starting
    d.
    
    am start-user: start USER_ID in background if it is currently stopped,
      use switch-user if you want to start the user in foreground.
    
    am stop-user: stop execution of USER_ID, not allowing it to run any
    tch to it.
      -w: wait for stop-user to complete.
      -f: force stop even if there are related users that cannot be stopped.
    
    am stack start: start a new activity on <DISPLAY_ID> using <INTENT>.
    
     to the top (true) or   bottom (false) of <STACK_ID>.
    
    am stack resize: change <STACK_ID> size and position to <LEFT,TOP,RIGHT,BOTTOM>.
    
    am stack resize-docked-stack: change docked stack to <LEFT,TOP,RIGHT,BOTTOM>
     task bounds indicated by
       <TASK_LEFT,TOP,RIGHT,BOTTOM>
    
    am stack size-docked-stack-test: test command for sizing docked stack by
       <STEP_SIZE> increments from the side <l>eft, <t>op, <r>ight, or <b>ottom
    n each step.
    
    am stack move-top-activity-to-pinned-stack: moves the top activity from
       <STACK_ID> to the pinned stack using <LEFT,TOP,RIGHT,BOTTOM> for the
       bounds of the pinned stack.
    
    SITION>
    am stack list: list all of the activity stacks and their sizes.
    
    am stack info: display the information about activity stack <STACK_ID>.
    
    am stack remove: remove stack <STACK_ID>.
    
    other tasks to run.
    
    am task lock stop: end the current task lock.
    
    am task resizeable: change resizeable mode of <TASK_ID>.
       0 (unresizeable) | 1 (crop_windows) | 2 (resizeable) | 3 (resizeable_and_pipable)
    
    is in a stack with the specified bounds.
       Forces the task to be resizeable and creates a stack if no existing stack
       has the specified bounds.
    
    am task drag-task-test: test command for dragging/moving <TASK_ID> by
     the screen applying the optional [DELAY_MS]
       between each step.
    
    am task size-task-test: test command for sizing <TASK_ID> by <STEP_SIZE>   increments within the screen applying the optional [DELAY_MS] between
       each step.
    
    ve the configuration and any recent configurations
      of the device.
    am suppress-resize-config-changes: suppresses configuration changes due to
      user resizing an activity/task.
    
    am set-inactive: sets the inactive state of an app.
    
    returns the inactive state of an app.
    
    am send-trim-memory: send a memory trim event to a <PROCESS>.
    
    am get-current-user: returns id of the current foreground user.
    
    
    <INTENT> specifications include these flags and arguments:
    d <DATA_URI>] [-t <MIME_TYPE>]
        [-c <CATEGORY> [-c <CATEGORY>] ...]
        [-e|--es <EXTRA_KEY> <EXTRA_STRING_VALUE> ...]
        [--esn <EXTRA_KEY> ...]
        [--ez <EXTRA_KEY> <EXTRA_BOOLEAN_VALUE> ...]
        [--ei <EXTRA_KEY> <EXTRA_INT_VALUE> ...]
    --el <EXTRA_KEY> <EXTRA_LONG_VALUE> ...]
        [--ef <EXTRA_KEY> <EXTRA_FLOAT_VALUE> ...]
        [--eu <EXTRA_KEY> <EXTRA_URI_VALUE> ...]
        [--ecn <EXTRA_KEY> <EXTRA_COMPONENT_NAME_VALUE>]
        [--eia <EXTRA_KEY> <EXTRA_INT_VALUE>[,<EXTRA_INT_VALUE...]]
            (mutiple extras passed as Integer[])
        [--eial <EXTRA_KEY> <EXTRA_INT_VALUE>[,<EXTRA_INT_VALUE...]]
            (mutiple extras passed as List<Integer>)
        [--ela <EXTRA_KEY> <EXTRA_LONG_VALUE>[,<EXTRA_LONG_VALUE...]]
    ssed as Long[])
        [--elal <EXTRA_KEY> <EXTRA_LONG_VALUE>[,<EXTRA_LONG_VALUE...]]
            (mutiple extras passed as List<Long>)
        [--efa <EXTRA_KEY> <EXTRA_FLOAT_VALUE>[,<EXTRA_FLOAT_VALUE...]]
            (mutiple extras passed as Float[])
    l <EXTRA_KEY> <EXTRA_FLOAT_VALUE>[,<EXTRA_FLOAT_VALUE...]]
            (mutiple extras passed as List<Float>)
        [--esa <EXTRA_KEY> <EXTRA_STRING_VALUE>[,<EXTRA_STRING_VALUE...]]
    
         escape it using "\,")
        [--esal <EXTRA_KEY> <EXTRA_STRING_VALUE>[,<EXTRA_STRING_VALUE...]]
            (mutiple extras passed as List<String>; to embed a comma into a string,
             escape it using "\,")
        [--f <FLAG>]
    ri-permission] [--grant-write-uri-permission]
        [--grant-persistable-uri-permission] [--grant-prefix-uri-permission]
        [--debug-log-resolution] [--exclude-stopped-packages]
        [--include-stopped-packages]
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