The Android Debug Bridge ADB is a command-line tool to interact with your Android device from your computer. ADB commands enable you to perform a wide range of tasks including some that would be difficult or even impossible to achieve without ADB. In this article we cover nine essential ADB commands that every Android user should know. How Do I Set Up ADB ADB is distributed via the Android SDK Platform-Tools package. If you have Android Studio installed on your computer then you can install ABD via the SDK Manager 1. In the Android Studio8230 Read more.
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