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[APP] QtADB Easy ADB, File Manager, Apps etc

27th February 2011, 11:16 PM |#1  
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QtADB is an app based on adb. It requires working android sdk (command “adb"), Qt libs version 4.7, ROOT and busybox installed on phone.

Features:
File manager
copying files and dirs between phone and computer
removing files and dirs
creating new dir
and other
App manager
installing apps[/B]
removing apps
creating backup of apps with data
restoring backups of apps with data
Shell
opens android shell
Screenshot
take screenshot of your device
save screenshot to png file
Fastboot
flash bootloader, radio and recovery
boot recovery
Recovery
nandroid backup/restore
wipe data
flash rom
wipe battery stats
fix uid mismatches
Reboot
to bootloader
to recovery
normal reboot
Settings
set font used by app
set starting paths (or remember paths on exit)
and other
Logcat
Automatically detects phone (device, fastboot and recovery mode)


Download QtADB for windows, linux & mac os.
Connect with Cable and WiFi
Download adbWireless scan with Barcode App
Last edited by burimii; 27th February 2011 at 11:19 PM.
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24th September 2011, 09:04 PM |#2  
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really great app. surprised no ones posted about it. i see there has been updates in a while cuz there looking for devs to help. one problem i have is my phones apps only show up if i have an app moved using the system move to sd, i use link2sd. when i view system apps they all show.
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28th September 2011, 11:58 AM |#3  
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Nice app. Everything works well except the sms-tab. I allways get an error.
But I have one question: what setting does this app modify on my phone when i toggle wifi connection? It works, but when i toggled wifi, I cant swith back to usb-connection and also cannot mount my SD to windows anymore..
28th September 2011, 12:30 PM |#4  
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Nice app. Everything works well except the sms-tab. I allways get an error.
But I have one question: what setting does this app modify on my phone when i toggle wifi connection? It works, but when i toggled wifi, I cant swith back to usb-connection and also cannot mount my SD to windows anymore..

Have you got QtADB.apk installed and running when you try to access the sms-tab?
28th September 2011, 02:22 PM |#5  
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ah no, wasn't running. sometimes the solution is so simple ^^
thank you
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Quote:
Originally Posted by doumer

Nice app. Everything works well except the sms-tab. I allways get an error.
But I have one question: what setting does this app modify on my phone when i toggle wifi connection? It works, but when i toggled wifi, I cant swith back to usb-connection and also cannot mount my SD to windows anymore..

Got the same question, except not for the sms part, the wifi function screw me up.
help would be appreciated

Edit: problem resolved, download the apk, enable and disable the wireless adb on your phone, change connection type to diskdrive and solves the problem.
Last edited by ImmortalRage; 9th October 2011 at 07:03 AM. Reason: Original problem resolved
30th October 2011, 10:15 AM |#7  
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hey all,

FAQ on the official site solves 99% problems You can find there some info about using WiFi connection, SMS Manager and more.
31st October 2011, 11:24 AM |#8  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by burimii

QtADB is an app based on adb. It requires working android sdk (command “adb"), Qt libs version 4.7, ROOT and busybox installed on phone.

Features:
File manager
copying files and dirs between phone and computer
removing files and dirs
creating new dir
and other
App manager
installing apps[/B]
removing apps
creating backup of apps with data
restoring backups of apps with data
Shell
opens android shell
Screenshot
take screenshot of your device
save screenshot to png file
Fastboot
flash bootloader, radio and recovery
boot recovery
Recovery
nandroid backup/restore
wipe data
flash rom
wipe battery stats
fix uid mismatches
Reboot
to bootloader
to recovery
normal reboot
Settings
set font used by app
set starting paths (or remember paths on exit)
and other
Logcat
Automatically detects phone (device, fastboot and recovery mode)


Download QtADB for windows, linux & mac os.
Connect with Cable and WiFi
Download adbWireless scan with Barcode App

good one mate I use this app for one year or so, and it's amazing
11th January 2012, 06:30 AM |#9  
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Finally... exactly what I was looking for.
Can't thank you enough for posting this. I've been rooting around for a good all-in-one toolbox for a while. Blows DroidExplorer, etc., out of the water.

Any possibility you could add some more tags to improve other's chances of finding it? I'm certain there are lots more folks looking for exactly this kinda tool.
29th February 2012, 07:35 PM |#10  
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hey so this seems like a good use of getting around some bugs for usb mount... but quick question, im trying to open the QtADB.exe file, and then it asks me for the path to adb and aapt binaries. I've installed the adroid-sdk package, so where do I point the directory to? my android sdk path is on c:/-program files (x86)- Android. The FAQ doesn't really help in answering questions...
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