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The Android Debug Bridge (adb) is a command-line tool that allows users to communicate with a device. With the tool, you can perform a number of actions, including installing and debugging apps, and also run commands. Instead of installing ADB on your computer, XDA developers, has released a new website (www.webadb.com) that allows users to perform all functionality provided by the tools right from your browser.
“No installation, no drivers, nothing,” the developer said. “All you need is a web browser that supports web USB such as Chrome or the new Microsoft Edge and you are good to go.”
The features of Web ADB include:
Always, Keep in mind that you would still need to enable USB Debugging on your smartphone, which is located within Developer Settings, accessed through Settings Tapping “About Phone” seven times.
ADB is a very versatile command-line tool, especially if you deal with Android smartphones a lot. While having the utility installed on your usual machine is recommended, there can be instances when you need just a few commands in a pinch. This is when tools like Web ADB come in.
With the usual ADB commands, you can install apps, copy a file or directory from the device and to the device, set up port forwarding, and more. These commands by themselves may not appear to be accomplishing all that much, but depending on what restrictions your smartphone OEM may have placed, ADB can come in quite handy with these commands to turn things around the way you would like them to be on your device.