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How to Set Up And Use ADB, Android Debug Bridge

Android Debug Bridge, ADB for short is a command line tool that lets you communicate with an emulator instance or connected Android-powered device. It is a client-server program that includes three components.

-A client, which runs on your development machine. You can invoke a client from a shell by issuing an adb command.
-A server, which runs as a background process on your development machine. The server manages communication between the client and the adb daemon running on an emulator or device.
-A daemon, which runs as a background process on each emulator or device instance.
-source: Android Developers

In a nut shell, ADB is the gap between your android device and your PC. ADB let's you remotely communicate with your android device directly from your PC; even when the android device is off but remains connected to the PC.

Setting Up ADB Tools on your PC without JDK or SDK


Commonly, ADB tools are available within the SDK's platform tools folder once installed on your computer however, to avoid the many load and space and even the huge volume of downloads, you can simply set up ADB Tools on your computer.

To set up ADB on your computer;
1- Download the ADB ZIP file from here -Mediafire or from Dropbox link here -this ZIP file contains the main components of the ADB Tools of the SDK.
2- Once the download is complete, rename the downloaded ZIP file to something you can easily remember e.g ADB.
3- Now, extract the ZIP file into the root folder of your computer e.g your drive C.
Please, make sure that the zip file does not create another sub-folder. Let it be that when you open your C drive, you can see your ADB folder and when you open the ADB folder, you can see your fastboot and other ADB tools within the folder sttaight away e.g C:\ADB
4- Now, the Android Debug Bridge ; ADB is set up on your computer and you can begin using it immediately.

Using the ADB Tools


Now, to invoke the ADB whenever you need it, you just have to open command prompt on your computer.
To open the command prompt, click Run and type cmd. For Windows 7/vista users, just type cmd and press enter -this opens up your command prompt.

And on the Command Prompt window, type " cd c:\the-name-of-your-ADB TOOLS-folder " e.g cd c:\adb -this points you to the folder in which you have all the ADB Tools saved on your PC. And from here, you can begin running any ADB commands.

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