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14th January 2016, 01:01 PM |#511  
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Yea still not working. Just flashing the green "loading"

Does make a difference if i run AC as a reg user or with admin credentials either.

Sorry I was busy in rl. You can try to run as admin user or update adb bins again. I'm getting flashing green loading only if no any android device is connected.

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20th January 2016, 08:45 AM |#512  
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Download link is here:
In www .facebook.com/androidcommander , says "Probably you noticed that my website is down, i don't know what happened yet. Here is a working mirror for latest version of Android Commander copy.com/d2LWuYLsXcABF7H3"
30th January 2016, 11:23 AM |#513  
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works fine with Moto E 2nd Gen XT1526, Thank you
9th February 2016, 02:03 PM |#514  
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This is wonderful ! Thank you !!
15th May 2016, 08:46 AM |#515  
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Sorry I was busy in rl. You can try to run as admin user or update adb bins again. I'm getting flashing green loading only if no any android device is connected.

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Deleted serial number, just in case

Run as admin didn't change anything. AC still doesn't detect my phone even if I manually put its IP address and a port that already works for remotely controlling my PC with the phone in another app. (or any port for that matter)

It is pretty ridiculous that I can connect well enough to flash a new bootloader and modem, or to run adb shell commands yet something as simple as file access in this 3rd party app is not working.

The reason I'd like to use this software is because windows doesn't see all the files on my phone in explorer, and using adb shell commands is tedious plus I'm not sure the unix command to check for file sizes of a directory. I'm trying to find out what hidden files are taking up 9GB of extra space on my internal storage, plus it would be nice if AC allows to modify files on the rom partition (or whatever it is called).
16th May 2016, 01:49 PM |#516  
Try an app like diskusage
It can show you where everything is located in a friendly ui
Apps like root explorer can show you details
Both require root for full functionality

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26th September 2016, 05:57 PM |#517  
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My device is OnePlus 2, i have every adb driver installed, turned on usb debugging, fully rooted but still android commander won't see my device. what could possibly be the reason?
5th December 2016, 05:58 AM |#518  
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do I need to root my phone?
18th January 2017, 02:49 PM |#519  
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unzip this replace over your bin folder where u installed AC, worked for me on lg g3

thanks, now works great
31st January 2017, 12:11 PM |#520  
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@PanPiotr

Really good job but some bugs that need to be fixed in priority order:
  • Exit the program won't close adb.exe that will still run in background
  • The program works as long it is installed in a path that only rely on [a-z] characters. Accent characters will avoid it from starting adb.exe.
  • The copy and other commands works only on paths with same characteristics as above. Else it will fail, nothing will be pull or push in those paths.

It will be perfect if fixed.
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