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Join Date: Jun 2010
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[GUIDE][RESOURCE] Set Up ADB With Nice GUI by QtADB
The following links are to QtADB GUI Interface. It makes ADB easier to "see" and understand. Also it allows easy taking of screenshots, etc.
ADB Binaries Links:
Link to Windows ADB Binaries
Link to Linux ADB Binaries
Link to MAC ADB Binaries
If you have never installed ADB on windows. this is the most basic way of installing ADB without requiring the full Android SDK. Download the appropriate binaries above for your operating system. Extract them somewhere safe and remember the folder location.
Linux 32-Bit QtADB
Linux 64-Bit QtADB
QtADB is a GUI Interface for ADB. Download the appropriate file above for your operating system and extract it somewhere you can remember. Create a shortcut on your desktop to the QtADB.exe file in the recently extracted QtADB folder. Upon starting the program it will ask you to point it at your folder with ADB. Point it to the ADB binaries folder that you extracted at the beginning of this post
The rest will be history. Enjoy the easy to use ADB GUI QtADB and a streamlined version of the ADB Binaries.
I claim no ownership to either of these files. Nor do I claim to have created them. I have only linked to them to help out the development community. The real thanks should be given to the creator of QtADB for the extremely useful ADB GUI. If any thanks is given to me it should be solely for the guide on helping you set it up.
Hope this helps!
Thanks to Chris41g on IRC channel #Samsung-Epic-Touch for helping me discover these great tools.