ADB (Android Debug Bridge) is a set of components with which you can communicate between your computer and smartphone. ADB is part of the Android SDK development environment, so all commands are entered in text form in a special line. You can download the so-called program to almost any computer. There are no special requirements for the power and version of the operating system.

Previously, you had to download the entire Android SDK package, but now you can also find cut-down versions with only ADB. With this set of components, it is easy to flash the phone, remove the system and unwanted applications, unlock the bootloader, and perform other actions. Before connecting your smartphone, you must enable USB debugging and install additional drivers on your computer.

For the convenience of interacting with Android Debug Bridge, there is a special utility called ADB Run. It conveniently contains the most basic commands, so you don’t have to enter all the codes manually. And here, by the way, are the most popular of them:

  • adb devices – check the correct connection of the phone to the PC;
  • adb uninstall – removal of the application (after the command, write the name of the software package);
  • adb reboot – reboot smartphone;
  • adb reboot-bootloader – start the phone in the bootloader mode;
  • adb reboot recovery – start the phone in recovery mode;
  • adb shell – access to the list of files on the device.

This is just a small set of commands that can be used in the ADB program.

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