So To start off, this program will not root any phone, but can easily break a phone if used improperly.
Secondly, If you need to ask what a button in the program THEN DO NOT USE IT!
I will only answer questions if they involve drivers or programming bugs, NOT for something like "What is Sync?" because If you do not know, then you do not need to know now.
SEE LINKS BELOW FOR MORE RECENT UPDATES!
This program has some built in ADB functions:
Sync from a folder (If you don't know or have to ask do not use!)
Start up a shell instance (With root if possible.)
Remount (Needs root also)
Root SOME devices(Using Bin4ry Script Credit to him)
Auto Download Root script
adb shell built in now
cmd shell built in
get misc system information
Download ODIN for Samsung devices
Detect HTC device correctly for once lol
ADB Learning Center (Under Construction but not beta)
4.0-4.3 Backup Manager (Using adb backup NOT Nandroid)
Build.PROP veiwer (Soon to be editor too!)
Free device ram and kill background process
MORE TO COME!
Also a BIG thing for this program is the ability to install ADB and Fastboot into Windows as a command in Command Prompt.
This would allow one to use adb as a normal command from CMD.
E.G "C:\Users\Lab\>adb shell"
Instead of having to CD to C:\android\and all that.
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As far as the newest huge feature in ADBGUI goes, the Application Manager is to be considered Pre-beta and should be used with extreme caution.
Requirements for the Application Manager:
> You need root
> It only works with 3rd Party (Downloaded from google play or other source)
> It does not work with all devices and has some major bugs.
Come on guys give some feed back!
Have questions or maybe want to report an issue?
Check out my Discussions Forum here otherwise you can post here at XDA Forums
The core principle of ClickOnce is to ease the deployment of Windows applications. In addition, ClickOnce aims to solve three other problems with conventional deployment models: the difficulty in updating a deployed application, the impact of an application on the user's computer, and the need for administrator permissions to install applications.
ClickOnce-deployed applications are considered 'low impact', in that they are installed per-user, not per-machine. No administrator privileges are required to install one of these applications. Each ClickOnce application is isolated from the other. This means one ClickOnce application is not able to 'break' another. ClickOnce employs Code Access Security (CAS) to ensure that system functions cannot be called by a ClickOnce application from the web, ensuring the security of data and the client system in general.
Some other thinks about ClickOnce:
My ClickOnce application is personally signed, so windows will tell you the publisher is "Unknown" but that is OK. It will install just fine.
[UPDATE Nov. 21st 2013]
Just wanted to share some news for all you linux users!
I will be starting a linux conversion for ADBGUI to be fully compatible with Ubuntu/Debian/Arch Linux Distros!
Details: Click Here!