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How to Use ADB (Android Debug Bridge)


Tuesday 23rd of November 2010 / androidguys.com
We’ve received quite a few questions about what ADB is and how to use it.  In the hours that passed after the post about custom ROMs for the Xperia X10, we saw enough come in to merit a post.  So, we thought it might be worth helping out you out and answer a couple of questions.  Although ADB features a lot of complicated functions, we’ll just do the basic stuff, assuming the average Android user has no need to know about debugging your applications, right?We could immediately start with the functions, but because you can’t do anything without the ADB program, here’s where to find it. ADB is a part of the Android SDK, the program developers use to develop their application. You can find it here. Just select the right file for your computer (Windows, OS X or Linux) and unzip it.OK, now we’re ready to get started. Navigate to the folder where you unzipped the SDK and follow this path: “android-sdk_r07-windowsandroid-sdk-windowstools” Here you see a whole lot of .bat and .exe files, but for now, the only one interesting is adb.exe. When you
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how-to set ADB & Windows $Path


Saturday 09th of July 2011 / forum.androidspin.com
Navigate to & Left_Click on Start > Right_Click on Computer > Left_Click on Advance System Settings > Left_Click on Environment Variables > Left_Click on New ( User Variables ) >Variables Name: ADB ( Or anything you want )Variables Value: ;C:SDK ools ( Just like this, This is the Path of my adb.exe )You must put a ; in front of ;C: ( adb Path goes here / Variables Value: )That's it.. You now have set up adb to work Global via cmd prompt on win7~Eugene
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Windows 7 Android 4.2.2 ADB device offline and no prompt to allow USB debugging


Thursday 07th of March 2013 / forums.androidcentral.com
4.2.2 has a security feature called a debugging whitelist such that USB debugging is not allowed unless you have specifically allowed it for the computer your phone is plugged into based on its RSA fingerprint. What this means is if you have USB debugging enabled, when you plug your phone into your computer's USB port, you are supposed to get a prompt asking you to allow USB debugging for your computer based on the RSA fingerprint of your computer. I did not get this prompt when I plugged my phone into my computer and it was preventing me from rerooting after I lost root when I flashed the OTA 4.2.2 update. It has something to do with the drivers. I can't tell you why the drivers don't act right for some people but for me they don't and I know I have the right drivers installed. When I connected my GNex to my computer and typed the command "adb devices" at the command prompt, it showed me the serial number of my Galaxy Nexus and said that it was offline but I did not get the prompt. Here is the fix I used to get the prompt. I made sure I had the latest versions of adb.exe
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Where is adb.exe?


Sunday 24th of October 2010 / androidforums.com
Hello everyone! I apologize if this is in the wrong section. (or the wrong forums, for that matter). I am using the google app inventor, and during setup I have come across a problem. I can't seem to find the adb.exe file that it is asking for. There's a popup telling me to put in the exact location, and I can't find it ^.^'This is the original post from the Google tutorials is as follows, though it doesn't give much description as to how I should find it."When the Blocks editor starts, it attempts to find the adb (Android Debug Bridge) program, which it uses to connect to the phone. If App Inventor cannot locate the program automatically, it will ask you to enter the location where adb is stored. Be sure to enter the complete file name, including (on the Mac or GNU/Linux) adb, and (on Windows) adb.exe. Once you've entered this, App Inventor will remember the location for future sessions. If you change computers, you may need to enter a new location."
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Trying to install Android SDK, ADB.exe doesn't exist?


Wednesday 22nd of December 2010 / androidforums.com
I'm trying to install the SDK on my new machine (Windows 7 64 bit). For some reason, everything BUT adb.exe is installing? Any idea on what to do?Never had this problem on 32 bit btw.
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Android Forums - View Single Post - Where is adb.exe?


Saturday 09th of July 2011 / androidforums.com
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Terminating adb.exe?


Sunday 08th of May 2011 / android.stackexchange.com
I am trying to hot spot my htc evo. When I click on PDAnet, it tells me that I have to terminate adb.exe. how do i terminate adb.exe. thank
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Opening ADB.EXE in Android SDK


Wednesday 16th of November 2011 / androidtablets.net
Hi Can anyone help me to open the adb.exe in android 2.2 on windows. I need this to connect my apad for unlocking the pattern. regardsGanesh
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Tetherbot, Adb.exe closing


Monday 22nd of June 2009 / androidforums.com
Hello, I am currently trying to get the tetherbot app to work with a laptop running windows 2000. I have followed all of the various instructions and everything is set up and installed correctly. I am using Firefox with foxyproxy and the adb utility. I start it all up and I am able to load up a website or two but after usually less than a minute a window pops up that says "Program Error" and contains the message "adb.exe has generated errors and will be closed by Windows. You will need to restart the program. An error log is being created." When that happens, the adb.exe process closes itself and port 1080 is no longer open so I can no longer connect through my G1. If I try to run adb again with the command "adb forward tcp:1080 tcp:1080" it says *daemon not running. starting it now* *daemon started successfully*error: protocol fault (no status)It will not forward the ports again unless I reboot and then it still only runs for a minute or so before erroring again. Any suggestions? I have looked everywhere but no one seems to have this problem.
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adb.exe missing from new SDK r08??


Tuesday 07th of December 2010 / forums.androidcentral.com
I just downloaded the new Android SDK r08 for Windows. I no longer see adb.exe in the tools folder. It's not included at all. Thoughts, comments, conspiracy theories??
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