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Tips and Tricks
This app is made of several professionals and users that constantly send tips, tricks and fixes.
Using the ADB Master GUI
1) Make sure ADB is installed
2) After installing the app, copy the exported ADB Master folder from your Android's SD card to the computer.
3) In the 'ADB-Master' folder run the 'ADB-Master.jar' file by double clicking (requires Java to be installed).
Mac users: If you get an error that the jar file is corrupt or cannot be opened, try right clicking it and select open at least once to allow the unsigned jar to run.
4) Set the ADB location in the “Control” tab of ADB Master by browsing to the folder containing “adb”. The background will turn green when the correct folder is selected.
5) For the Android devices to appear in the list, enable "USB Debugging" and connect them to the computer with USB.
6) Select one or more devices from the list of USB or WiFi connected devices to perform actions or view information on them...
At the top of the application are the device lists. These lists provide a way to list and select devices to work with.
There are two lists:
- USB connected devices with a button to switch the selected devices to WiFi (tcpip) mode. This will install “Helper.apk” to display adb state on the device and enable the device to be discovered by ADB Master.
- WiFi connected devices which has a button to switch the selected devices to USB mode. This will uninstall “Helper.apk” and set the device back to USB mode.
This section allows you to perform actions or commands on all selected devices.
- Shutdown, reboot, reboot to recovery or reboot to bootloader by selecting the devices and then pressing the desired button.
- Press power, back, home or volume up and down buttons on all selected devices at the same time.
- “Identify” a device installs and runs a small utility to wake the device and display the same information that appears in the device list as well as the IP address.
- Execute any custom ADB command in the ADB Command box and hit enter or press “Execute” to run that command on all selected devices. NOTE: This function treats spaces as command separators so it may not work for all possible adb commands at the moment. View the results of the command in the “ADB Log” tab.
This section allows you to compare and manage applications (packages) on all selected devices.
- Install an APK from your pc
- Enable (requires root and su)
- Disable (requires root and su)
- Uninstall multiple apps on all selected devices with one click.
App listing color key:
- Green: Installed and enabled on all selected devices
- Black: Installed and enabled on some selected devices
- Orange: Installed on some or all devices, but is disabled on one or more
- Red: Installed on some or all devices but is disabled on all installed instances
This section uses the command “adb shell top -m 20” to list the top 20 processes running on the device. It lists all selected devices in one view making it easy to monitor multiple devices at the same time. Future features include the ability to terminate processes and use custom top commands.
View live Logcat data from all selected devices in one list making it easy to monitor multiple devices at the same time. Future features will enhance this section with the use of filters and colors.
ADB Log tab
View a log of commands executed by ADB Master. It logs the device, commands and their responses.
WiFi ADB makes it easy to debug/test your Android apps directly on device via WiFi TCP/IP connection. No need to use USB cable. After enabling ADB over WiFi, to connect your computer to the device open the console and run
adb connect ip_address_of_the_device
This app works on ROOTED devices only. If you don't know what it means or your device is not rooted please don't install. Users also need to grant this app su permission when being asked.
★ Quickly enable/disable ADB connection over WiFi TCP/IP
★ Auto-enable ADB over WiFi on configured known SSIDs
★ Once enabled an entry is added to ongoing notification bar to remind user that ADB over WiFi is active and make it easy to disable it manually
★ The app icon can be put on status bar at all time for quick access (better than home screen widget, IMO)
★ Temporarily increase screen-off timeout. Nine times out of 10 this is what users want during development of an Android app and testing it on device. The original screen timeout value is restored when ADB over WiFi is disabled again.
★ Temporarily lock WiFi, prevent it from going into sleep mode (how effectively it works depends on device and Android version)
★ Also acts as Tasker/Locale plugin. You can configure Tasker/Locale to automatically turn on/off WiFi ADB based on other conditions
★ If your development computer is Unix/Linux or Mac open a console and run
while true ; do adb connect phone_ip_address ; sleep 15 ; done
This one-liner auto-reconnects to ADB daemon on the phone every time the link is broken for whatever reason.
★ If you control the WiFi router, configure it to give the phone the same IP address every time. Then assign a local DNS hostname to that IP address so that you don't have to type an IP address which changes everytime in the console.
This app requires in-app purchase permission. This is for users to make donations to the app developer. Donations are voluntary and in fact do not add any extra features. But if you want to say thank-you with your wallet, you can. (Thanks!)
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Warning: REQUIRES ROOT!
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The most automated, easy-to-use and stable ADB management tool with a great support.
+ Easy control and access details from notification bar
+ Auto connect on saved WiFi networks
+ Auto start on boot, you can select if you want to or not from the preferences screen
+ Automatically switch between USB and NETWORK when you disconnect/connect from/to WiFi
+ Configurable service management
+ Different color coded icons depending on the state of the ADB
+ Keep screen on while the service is running
+ Wake the screen when new package is installed
+ You can toggle the ADB state by touching the image in the notification bar
It's really more simple to use than others, is always visible in notification bar. It supports advanced features like fully automate adb state control based on the WiFi network, and the state of the network.
ADB manager enables you to automatically start ADB in network mode when you connect to any know configured network from the list in the preferences.
Developing in cafes/bars/trains/toilet/other places over WiFi? ADB Manager will switch ADB into wireless and back automatically.
Released as open source, you can view the code at https://github.com/ilijamt/android-adbm
+ Delay between switching states
Used with SuperSU if available
Used to automatically start the service on the boot of the device, how long should it wait before starting and how often should the AlarmManager check to see if the service is running is configurable from the Preferences menu.
Used to automate the switching between the the ADB states
Used to retrieve the IP, as it crashes when checking for the IP address without this permission.
Used to wake up the screen on new package install, or to keep the screen on while the ADB service is on
On API 8, the menu icons look a little weird on LDPI devices.
+ Nexus 4 (4.0.3 API 15)
+ Galaxy S2 (2.3.3 API 10, 4.0.3 API 15, 4.1.2 API 16)
+ Galaxy S4 (4.2.2 API 17)
+ HTC Hero (2.2.1 API 8, 2.3.1 API 10)
+ HTC Wildfire (2.2.1 API 8)
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Allows you to toggle the Android Debug Bridge (ADB) without disconnecting from USB or heading into the developer menu. Perhaps your device's debugger occasionally stops responding? No worries, restarting it is done in a jiffy!
This app often resolves launch errors such as:
* com.android.ddmlib.SyncException: Too many open files
* java.io.IOException: Unable to open sync connection!
Includes a simple interface and two widgets. Requires root permissions.
Debug your apps. Find error stacktraces. See what your phone is saying about you behind your back. It's all there in the system log, aka logcat!
What makes CatLog stand out over similar apps?
* Color-coded tag names
* Easy-to-read column display
* Real-time search
* Recording mode (with widget)
* Save & open from SD card
* Send logs as email or attachment
* Auto-scrolls when at the bottom of the screen (just like tail -f)
* Search autosuggestions & saved filters
* Select parts of logs
* Open-source and ad-free
This app is a wrapper around the shell that is exposed over ADB. It maintains a 15 command history which is accessible by long pressing the command box. Long pressing the terminal display itself will give the option to send a Ctrl+C, toggle auto-scrolling, or exit the terminal session.
This works in the exact same way that the "adb shell" command works on a computer. Because this app uses a native implementation of the ADB protocol in Java, it does not require root on either device or any 3rd party apps on the target device. The devices simply speak the same protocol to each other that they would to a computer running the ADB client from the Android SDK.
IMPORTANT: Devices running Android 4.2.2 and later use RSA keys to authenticate the ADB connection. In my testing, devices running 4.2.2 will need to be plugged in to a computer the first time you connect to them (from each device with this app installed). This allows them to display the public key acceptance dialog, which you must accept (and check "Always allow from this computer"). Devices running Android 4.3 and 4.4 seem to have no problem displaying the dialog without a connection to a computer, so it looks like this is a workaround specific to Android 4.2.2.
To configure a stock un-rooted target, plug the target device into a computer that has the Android SDK installed and run "adb tcpip 5555" from the Android SDK's platform-tools folder. This will start ADB listening on port 5555 on the target device. The device can then be unplugged and will remain configured properly until reboot.
For devices that are rooted (although it's not required), you can install one of the several "ADB WiFi" apps to enable the ADB server to listen over the network. Devices with a custom ROM may have an option to enable ADB over the network in the Developer Options pane of Settings. Using either of these methods will properly configure ADB for network access with this app. The extra step for 4.2.2 is still required for the initial connection.
To connect to your remote Android device, type in the IP address of the device and the port number (5555 from the example above) in Remote ADB Shell. Tap Connect and it will attempt to connect to the device and start up the terminal.
I welcome feature requests and bug reports. You can include them in your app reviews or post them on the forum (links below). Please rate this app if you can; it really helps me learn what features/fixes I should focus on next.
Developers: The custom Java ADB library I've written for this app is open-source under the BSD license at https://github.com/cgutman/AdbLib
XDA forum links:
Remote ADB Shell App Thread - http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2373265
Java ADB Library Thread - http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2405030
This app is for developers wanting adb access over WiFi without rooting your phone.
Steps to get it working:
1. Enable USB Debugging on your phone.
2. Connect your phone via usb cable to your PC.
3. Run adb tcpip 5555.
4. Run ADB Wireless (no root).
5. Connect to the IP address.
To revert back to using adb via usb:
1. Run adb usb
*** NO ROOT REQUIRED ***
Note the device may also revert back to USB mode after reboot.
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Did you ever want to..
.. get pass an Android lockscreen within seconds?
.. download photos, videos and files?
.. edit files and apps from phone-to-phone?
.. access saved WiFi Networks, Access Point Data and Google Token?
Craze is a mobile application based on the Android Debugging Bridge (ADB) to maintain, recover and play around with other android devices.
If you are tired of typing tons of ADB commands into a shell or you are just not familiar with ADB commands - check it out!
It will save you lots of time and pain - trust me.
- SU binary installed
- Busybox installed
- ADB binary installed
- !!! Root access !!!
- USB: USB Host Mode / OTG Support (supported by android version 3.1 - 4.x)
- WiFi: Requires a "WiFi ADB" app on the target device (available for android versions 2.3.3 - 4.x)
[ ✔ ] Handle multiple devices at the same time
[ ✔ ] Built-In Remote File Browser
[ – ] Image Preview
[ – ] Multi - Upload
[ – ] Multi - Download
[ – ] Multi - Copy
[ – ] Multi - Cut/Move
[ – ] Multi - Delete
[ – ] Select All
[ – ] Unselect All
[ ✔ ] Built-In File Chooser
[ – ] Image Preview
[ – ] Choose files/folder to upload
[ – ] Choose APKs to install
[ ✔ ] Built-In Remote Package Browser
[ – ] 3rd party packages
[ – ] System packages
[ – ] Multi - Install
[ – ] Multi - Uninstall
[ – ] Multi - Backup
[ ✔ ] Recover Data [..:: Target needs root access ::..]
[ – ] WiFi Networks
[ – ] WiFi Access Point
[ – ] Google Token
[ ✔ ] Lockscreen
[ – ] Bypass
[ – ] Remove [..:: Target needs root access ::..]
[ ✔ ] Power Options
[ – ] Reboot
[ – ] Recovery
[ – ] Bootloader
[ ✔ ] Contact
[ – ] Email
[ – ] XDA Developers
[ ✔ ] About
[ – ] About Craze
[ ✔ ] More features will come soon
Check out the instruction section in my XDA-Developers thread:
[ ✘ ] First
[ – ] This app REQUIRES root access on YOUR phone!
[ – ] If you don't have it - go and get it or Craze will immediately close itself.
[ ✘ ] Second
[ – ] Disable the SU notifications for Craze if you don't want to get spammed.
[ ✘ ] Third
[ – ] It's completely up to you what you are using this app for.
[ – ] I am not responsible for any damage, lost data or unauthorized and illegal use of Craze!
If you detect any bugs or you have any ideas please feel free to contact me via mail or on XDA-Developers.
Additionally there's also a reboot feature that lets you boot your phone into recovery or bootloader mode, or perform normal/fast reboots.
Please be aware that the automatic mode is not available in the free version! You have to buy the license key to unlock this feature!
ADB Toggle will only work on a rooted phone! Once the app has installed itself as system application then root access is no longer needed.
Tired of getting "Unable to open sync connection" when debugging your apps ?
Then just launch AdbFix and it will reset Adb connection to fix the problem.
Stop loosing time when debugging : drop a shortcut of AdbFix on your home screen, touch the icon when the problem appear and you're done !