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A Collection of Useful adb Commands for Android

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A Collection of Useful adb Commands for Android

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Looking for some shortcuts to make Android development a bit easier? This post from Daniel Imms provides just that when it comes to the Android Debug Bridge (adb). It's a no-frills collection of useful adb commands, covering essentials such as how to check what devices are connected, installing and uninstalling applications, starting an activity, and more. It doesn't cover everything - you can check out the adb docs to get all the options - but instead just the need-to-know commands.

Some are fairly obvious, but there are a few gems here that are not the most intuitive commands. For example, Imms points to a simple command from Sergei Shvetsov that takes a screenshot and uses Perl to output it to a local directory. Check out Imms' full post for all the tips and see if there's anything that might make adb more useful for you.

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