Welcome to the official thread of The Universal Android Toolkit by Team M4gkBeatz!
This thread has been cleaned, due to the re-write of the program.
(Even) Newer screenshots
P.S.: You can kinda tell this was created with the GTK+ LAF in mind...
It's finally done, guys!
It's out and (sorta) working!
Download the latest version, here: https://sourceforge.net/projects/universalat/
Thank you guys SO MUCH for over one and a half THOUSAND downloads in just a few days!
The source code is distributed in the downloaded ZIP file, but can also be forked from my GitHub
The (official and supported) distributions can be found in the downloads section above!
Have fun viewing the source, I recommend using NetBeans to view it, due to code-folds, which, I think, are only available with NetBeans.
# Multi-Platform! # Uses JDroidLib! (See signature) # Written COMPLETELY in Java! # Super slick, and minimalistic design # Push, Pull files to and from your device! # Install apps directly from your computer with a few clicks! # Start, Stop and Restart the ADB server at will! # Execute custom command with options, like Shell, Remount and specific devices! # Connect wirelessly to your device! # Reboot your device to any state! # Get battery information right at startup! # (SimpleUI) (fastboot) Flash recovery # (SimpleUI) (fastboot) Reboot device # (SimpleUI) (fastboot) List connected devices.
# EVERYTHING that was mentioned above!
# Bug in Windows, causing the GTK+ LAF not being found. Hopefully fixed it. # Another bug in Windows, app sometimes freezes when executing commands. Will be fixed in next release.
# Due to the unexpected time it took to create JDroidLib, this is only a beta. # Oh, and this application was created with Linux users in mind, so it might take a bit longer, for everything to work on other OSs, like Windoze. # Just keep the above in mind when commenting...
Everyone's favourite: GNU GPL v3!
# JDroidLib (see signature) # Java JDK 7 # Lingala's Zip thingy.
# NetBeans 8.0 Beta
# Dell Studio 1737 (2008) # Intel Pentium Duo @ 2,1GHz # 4GB DDR2 SO-DIMM # 160GB S-ATA # Kubuntu 13.10 x64 # KDE 4 (Hence the Oxygen LAF in the screens).
I hope you'll love using it as much as I loved developing everything!
Universal Android Toolkit got featured on the portal!
Thanks so much, guys!
View the awesome article here: http://www.xda-developers.com/androi...-desktop-oses/