fb-adb is a tool for interacting with Android systems. It does much of what adb does, but with better remote shell support and, hopefully, fewer bugs. Differences between adb and fb-adb are that fb-adb
Bash script to simplify adb command usage.
This is a helpful bash utility for working with multiple devices at the same time.
Bash script that exports content provider's data to raw and CSV format. It can be your own content provider or any other content provider that isn't blocked with permissions.
adb-sync is a tool to synchronize files between a PC and an Android device using the ADB (Android Debug Bridge).
This is an all-in-one script to build the Android adb tool (v. 1.0.31) for ARM architecture. When executed, the script will download all the necessary files and it will run a custom makefile to build the adb.
Android SDK sucks. It's so slow to build and run which waste me a lot of time every day.
Providing simple web API and view for Android Debug Bridge (adb). Free your imagination, use it as the way you want
Dumpey is a simple Python script that helps you
pull any installed APK
stop and clear data of any package
do a memory dump
create a series of snapshots
run the monkey stress test and extract memory dumps before and/or after it
install and uninstall multiple packages
list installed packages
A small utility to record Android device screen to an optimized GIF so you can paste it to GitHub or a similar service.
ADB client implemented in pure Java.
The Android Debug Bridge (ADB) is a client-server architecture used to communicate with Android devices (install APKs, debug apps, etc).
The Android SDK Tools are available for the major platforms (Mac, Windows & Linux) and include the adb command line tool which implements the ADB protocol.