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[HOW-TO] Install & Use ADB tool | Android Debug Bridge | Drivers - Videos - Tutorial

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2nd April 2014, 12:10 AM   |  #21  
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C:\Users\xena>adb reboot recovery
error: device offline


can anybody help me with this please
16th April 2014, 08:02 PM   |  #22  
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I'm experiencing a Restart Loop problem so I cannot turn my phone on. Can I still use ADB Tool to PULL all my Phone Memory data from my phone and paste it into a folder on my PC?
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Thanks for posting, it is a nice tuto very useful.
9th June 2014, 07:12 AM   |  #24  
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Post Cannot access adb in command terminal
I am facing an issue. I cannot access adb through the android terminal and Command prompt. My OS in tablet has blown off. I cannot access tablet content in my laptop. When I tried to write "adb shell" and then I wrote "su", I get this error:

/sbin/sh su: not found

I tried using adb push command and it gave me error:
/sbin/sh adb: not found

I don't have external micro sd card but I heard that it is possible to push files through adb.

Any idea what could be the problem?
Any sort of help would be appreciated.
12th July 2014, 05:26 AM   |  #25  
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New adb tool updated 7/12/14
Originally Posted by lavero.burgos


FIRST: You need drivers, you should have them already if you are rooted eather with Indirect or Cfoesch methods.
If you don't have them then download ADB + Fastboot + [There is NO need to install SDK on Windows]

To install Nook Tablet USB and ADB drivers correctly please watch the following video:
1. Windows
2. Ubuntu Linux

SECOND: In order to use "adb remount" you need to install [App]: ADB Root Hijack [ADB Runs as Root now] by Indirect


*All the examples refers to /data/app path you can change to /system/app or any other path you need in your NOOK tablet

- Plug your Nook tablet to your computer
- Open a CMD terminal on Windows:
Start>>run>> type cmd>> click OK (WinXP)
Start>> in search box type cmd>> right click Run as Administrator (Win7)
- Once opened type:

*Let's say your adb tools are in C:\nookroot folder

Installing an Aplication .apk

Put the .apk file into C:\nookroot folder and type

adb install appname.apk

Uninstalling an Aplication

There is an uninstall adb commans that always shows failure!!!
So we are going to use Adb Shell:

adb shell
# cd data/app
# ls
# rm -r appname.apk
# ls                  (You will not find this application, you just removed it!)
Ctrl+c to exit shell mode

Push & Pull commands


adb pull /data/app/appname.apk

If you want to PULL all the files located in a folder then:

adb pull /data/app test
to pull all the .apk's located /data/app and save them into a folder that it will create in C:\nookroot named test


adb push appname.apk /data/app
If you want to PUSH all the files located in a folder then:

adb push test /data/app
to push all the .apk's located in C:\nookroot\test folder to /data/app

Close ADB

adb reboot    (to reboot your Nook Tablet)
adb kill-server     (to stop adb server)
26th September 2014, 08:53 AM   |  #26  
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