ADB (Android Debug Bridge)

Android Debug Bridge is a resourceful command line application and called as client-server program that allow you communicate with an emulator instance or connected Android-powered device. It includes following three components:

When ADB client program strats, the client first test whether there is an ADB server process running or not. In case it is not running, it starts sever process and nest it binds to local Transmission Control Protocol port 5037 and respond for all commands that sent from ADB clients. However, all ADB clients utilize port 5037 to make communication with the ADB server.

After sever setting up connections with emulator instances, finds ABD daemon and connect to the communication port. Every emulator instance uses a pair of sequential ports i.e. even numbered ports for console connection and other for ABD connections.

Some few prominent points before using ADB

ADB has many built-in commands that perform some simple task. They are

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