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    Lightbulb Android Commander

    Has anyone here used it?

    What do you think of it?

    I use it when I'm too lazy to use command line adb. It's excellent, especially for easier adb install.


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    Sorry, this is the wrong section. Can a MOD please move it for me?

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    Looks pretty good, seems a bit overkill IMO, though I have never used it...

    One question though. How can adb install get any easier?

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    Clicking is always easier than typing.. isn't it?

    You forgot you got to cd (android sdk folder)/platform-tools also, so it's not really as easy as your post implies.

    It's a great way to take a quick look at all the different system files also, without using a file manager app.

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    I'm sure some people like to feel like it's still the 80's by typing commands though. More power to you if that's the case. I got tired of it in the late 90's myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 154-4bdu114h View Post
    Clicking is always easier than typing.. isn't it?

    You forgot you got to cd (android sdk folder)/platform-tools also, so it's not really as easy as your post implies.

    It's a great way to take a quick look at all the different system files also, without using a file manager app.
    Why the need to cd to platform-tools? Add it to PATH and run it from any directory, problem solved.

    Definitely a good way to overview all of the file structure, but so is the ls command.

    What I am saying is that all that it does is wrap a GUI around CLI commands.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mraabhimself View Post
    Why the need to cd to platform-tools? Add it to PATH and run it from any directory, problem solved.

    Definitely a good way to overview all of the file structure, but so is the ls command.

    What I am saying is that all that it does is wrap a GUI around CLI commands.
    Wasn't that also what the first version of windows was designed to do? I don't see your point against it, sorry. I like Android Commander but of course it can't totally replace command line.

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