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[TOOL] Adbuix - A GUI for ADB on Linux. [v0.1.1 5/06/2010 UNSTABLE]

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11th January 2011, 11:12 PM |#71  
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Where could I find the Sources?
Greetings

The source files will be posted on my website sometime in the near future.

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just a suggestion, instead of using GTK or QT, use SDL so it's just a matter of compiling on another system (with at worst two or three patches due to operating system differences), since you plan on rewriting it anyway

I've never heard of SDL, seems interesting, I'll look into it. I'm looking for the easiest method to go about rewriting and compiling Adbuix, I don't have much background in C but I'm wanting to learn.

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aren't python and vala more cross platform oriented ?

I've heard of Vala and I am looking into it as well.

Thank you for your suggestions guys, I'm still having a hard time deciding what I want to rewrite Adbuix in.
 
 
11th January 2011, 11:44 PM |#72  
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The source files will be posted on my website sometime in the near future.

I've heard of Vala and I am looking into it as well.

Thank you for your suggestions guys, I'm still having a hard time deciding what I want to rewrite Adbuix in.

did you read banshee wants to manage pics too ?
it already manages androids music very well
maybe a banshee plugin to full control it ?
as far as i read c# has just speed problems but if it reaches vala speed it could perform like pure C
15th January 2011, 11:59 PM |#73  
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aren't python and vala more cross platform oriented ?

yeah but python and vala suck hard for GUI applications
14th March 2011, 03:37 AM |#74  
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Hi I like your project and will be looking into this as I found a fellow xda dev with a project already started that fits well with my needs. Perhaps we can continue some stream of development and would you mind if I include this into a Live-CD for building AOSP sources?

That would be great to know! Looking forward to checking the latest build!
13th August 2011, 04:58 PM |#75  
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Very interested in the progress of this project. I'd need source though, I'm a long time Slackware user. ;)
13th February 2012, 01:00 PM |#76  
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Is this project still alive?

Are there any GUI alternatives for working with ADB on Linux?
23rd March 2012, 12:12 AM |#77  
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TOOL] Adbuix - A GUI for ADB on Linux. [v0.1.1 5/06/2010 UNSTABLE
I'm using Qtadb as a gui for adb, and eclipse to change java files(like lowmemorykiller values). is there something that's a combination of both?
8th August 2012, 05:38 PM |#78  
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Galaxy S2 JB
Hi,

Working fine on Galaxy S2 JB (RR Rom) with Ubuntu 12.04 LTS 64bits.

In order to install Adbuix, you first need some dependancies like Gambas.

Then, launch
Code:
Adbuix.gambas
If it doesn't recognize your device, you may update adb and fastboot in
/usr/share/adbuix

After that, it works fine (at least the file transfert - which I'm interested on).

Thanks a lot.

ps. if you need the updated adb and fastboot, see attached file.
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File Type: 7z adb-fastboot.7z - [Click for QR Code] (163.9 KB, 1 views)
9th August 2012, 05:27 AM |#79  
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oo this give me a idea for my next program a GUI for adb for windows .

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