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[TOOL] adb for atrix (add fastboot for atrix)

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By nrobin, Junior Member on 11th May 2011, 04:45 PM
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Hello.

I'm atrix user and android system developer in South Korea(My English is very bed. Sorry)

This my first Thread on XDA.

I'm just success compile adb for atrix

This adb is not adb demon.

test is completed. (on weptop mode)

Open lxterminal/
copy to /system/bin/ and chmod a+x /system/bin/adb

Than, connect the another android device to laptopdoc(or multidoc) usb port

input command lsusb on lxterminal, you can find android device usb id.

add device id udev rules
sudo vi /etc/udev/rules.d/99-android.rules

save rules file and restart udev (sudo /etc/init.d/udev restart)

test adb(input command such as "adb shell" or "adb push xxx" on lxterminal(/system/bin/adb shell)

I hoped this tool useful to every atrix user.



Bye

Add fastboot for atrix
test success
just unzip and copy to /usr/bin/ (on lxterminal or others terminal)
cp fastboot /usr/bin/

than test
fastboot -w
fastboot update singed-img.zip
fastboot flash boot boot.img
....

This tool is useful for android system developers.
Good luck
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11th May 2011, 05:05 PM |#2  
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Originally Posted by nrobin

Hello.

I'm atrix user and android system developer in South Korea

This my first Thread on XDA.

I'm just success compile adb for atrix

test is completed.

I hoped this tool useful to every atrix user.

Bye

I'm not sure I follow here... what would this be used for? The phone already has ADB on it.
11th May 2011, 05:08 PM |#3  
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Originally Posted by nrobin

Hello.

I'm atrix user and android system developer in South Korea

This my first Thread on XDA.

I'm just success compile adb for atrix

test is completed.

I hoped this tool useful to every atrix user.

Bye

good luck
11th May 2011, 07:17 PM |#4  
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I'm not sure I follow here... what would this be used for? The phone already has ADB on it.

This is not adbd. This tool is adb client for arm linux
If you have laptop dock or multi doc, you can control another android device

your atrix - laptopdoc - usb cable - andother android device
11th May 2011, 08:27 PM |#5  
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Originally Posted by nrobin

Hello.

I'm atrix user and android system developer in South Korea(My English is very bed. Sorry)

This my first Thread on XDA.

I'm just success compile adb for atrix

This adb is not adb demon.

test is completed. (on weptop mode)

Open lxterminal/
copy to /system/bin/ and chmod a+x /system/bin/adb

Than, connect the another android device to laptopdoc(or multidoc) usb port

input command lsusb on lxterminal, you can find android device usb id.

add device id udev rules
sudo vi /etc/udev/rules.d/99-android.rules

save rules file and restart udev (sudo /etc/init.d/udev restart)

test adb(input command such as "adb shell" or "adb push xxx" on lxterminal(/system/bin/adb shell)

I hoped this tool useful to every atrix user.



Bye

Excellent job!
11th May 2011, 09:22 PM |#6  
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This is not adbd. This tool is adb client for arm linux
If you have laptop dock or multi doc, you can control another android device

your atrix - laptopdoc - usb cable - andother android device

Ah, that makes more sense. Very cool, thanks!
12th May 2011, 05:25 AM |#7  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by nrobin

Hello.

I'm atrix user and android system developer in South Korea(My English is very bed. Sorry)

This my first Thread on XDA.

I'm just success compile adb for atrix

This adb is not adb demon.

test is completed. (on weptop mode)

Open lxterminal/
copy to /system/bin/ and chmod a+x /system/bin/adb

Than, connect the another android device to laptopdoc(or multidoc) usb port

input command lsusb on lxterminal, you can find android device usb id.

add device id udev rules
sudo vi /etc/udev/rules.d/99-android.rules

save rules file and restart udev (sudo /etc/init.d/udev restart)

test adb(input command such as "adb shell" or "adb push xxx" on lxterminal(/system/bin/adb shell)

I hoped this tool useful to every atrix user.



Bye

Nobody will ever care about your English because 1) You're Korean, not American so nobody can blame you. And 2) You're a developer. Even if you had no English at all it wouldn't matter lol. Great job by the way
12th May 2011, 02:15 PM |#8  
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Originally Posted by BravoMotorola

Nobody will ever care about your English because 1) You're Korean, not American so nobody can blame you. And 2) You're a developer. Even if you had no English at all it wouldn't matter lol. Great job by the way

Hahahah very true =) +1


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