How to install ADB Setup

How to install ADB Setup (Android Debug Bridge)

How to install ADB Setup (Android Debug Bridge) It is a versatile command-line tool that lets you communicate with a device. The adb command facilitates a variety of device actions, such as installing and debugging apps, and it provides access to a Unix shell that you can use to run a variety of commands on a device.

Phone Configuration For ADB Setup

  1. Open the Settings application on your phone.
  2. Open the About Phone option generally near the bottom of the list (this is hidden behind the “System” option in Google’s latest Android Oreo version).
  3. Then tap the Build Number option 7 times to enable Developer Mode. You will see a toast message when it is done.
  4. Then go back to the main Settings screen and you should see a new Developer Options menu you can access.
  5. Go in there and enable the USB Debugging mode option.
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Microsoft Windows ADB Setup

  1. Download the ADB ZIP file for Windows
  2. Extract the Zip File.
  3. Find the file in your computer.
  4. Then open up a Command Prompt from the same directory as this ADB binary. By holding Shift and Right-clicking within the folder then click the “open command prompt here” option. (Some Windows 10 users may see “PowerShell” instead of “command prompt”.)install adb tool
  5. Connect your Android device to your computer with a USB cable. Change the USB mode to “file transfer (MTP)” 
  6. In the Command Prompt window, enter the following command to launch the ADB daemon: adb devices
  7. On your phone’s screen, you should see a prompt to allow or deny USB Debugging access. Naturally, you will want to grant USB Debugging access when prompted (and tap the always allow check box if you never want to see that prompt again).install adb tool
  8. Finally, re-enter the command from step #6. If everything was successful, you should now see your device’s serial number in the command prompt. Yay! You can now run any ADB command on your device! Now go forth and start modding your phone by following our extensive list of tutorials!

How to Install ADB on macOS

  1. Download the ADB ZIP file for macOS
  2. Extract the ZIP File.
  3. Open Terminal.
  4. To browse to the folder you extracted ADB into, enter the following command: cd /path/to/extracted/folder/
  5. For example, on my Mac it was this:cd /Users/Doug/Desktop/platform-tools/
  6. Connect your device to your Mac with a compatible USB cable. Change the USB connection mode to “file transfer (MTP)” mode. This is not always required for every device, but it’s best to just leave it in this mode so you don’t run into any issues.
  7. Once the Terminal is in the same folder your ADB tools are in, you can execute the following command to launch the ADB daemon: adb devices
  8. On your device, you’ll see an “Allow USB debugging” prompt. Allow the connection.install adb tool
  9. Finally, re-enter the command from step #7. If everything was successful, you should now see your device’s serial number in macOS’s Terminal window.

How to Install ADB on Linux

  1. Download the ADB ZIP file for Linux
  2. Extract the ZIP file.
  3. Open a  window.
  4. Enter the following command: cd /path/to/extracted/folder/
  5. This will change the directory to where you extracted the ADB files.
  6. So for example:cd /Users/Doug/Desktop/platform-tools/
  7. Connect your device to your Linux machine with your USB cable. Change the connection mode to “file transfer (MTP)” mode. This is not always necessary for every device, but it’s recommended so you don’t run into any issues.
  8. Once the Terminal is in the same folder your ADB tools are in, you can execute the following command to launch the ADB daemon: adb devices
  9. Back on your smartphone or tablet device, you’ll see a prompt asking you to allow USB debugging. Go ahead and grant it.install adb tool
  10. Finally, re-enter the command from step #8. If everything was successful, you should now see your device’s serial number in the Terminal window output.
  • Debian-based Linux users can type the following command to install ADB: sudo apt-get install adb
  • Fedora/SUSE-based Linux users can type the following command to install ADB: sudo yum install android-tools

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