Can I ask for help setting ADB and dePixel8?


  1. Posts : 7
    Win10
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    Can I ask for help setting ADB and dePixel8?


    ADB in in C:/platform-tools, and dePixel8 by Beaups is in it's file C:/dePixel18,

    Instructions are open dePixel18 Folder, the Shift and Right Click to open CMD window inside, then type;
    adb push dePixel8 /data/local/tmp

    The message after is; adb; the term 'adb' is not recognized as the name of a cmdlet, function, script file...
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    Posts : 313
    10 Pro
       #2

    mawil1013 said:
    ADB in in C:/platform-tools, and dePixel8 by Beaups is in it's file C:/dePixel18,

    Instructions are open dePixel18 Folder, the Shift and Right Click to open CMD window inside, then type;
    adb push dePixel8 /data/local/tmp

    The message after is; adb; the term 'adb' is not recognized as the name of a cmdlet, function, script file...
    your adb is not installed properly.

    How to Install ADB on Windows, macOS, and Linux
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  3. Posts : 785
    Microsoft Windows 10 Pro 64-bit
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    I use Windows terminal but you can also use powershell to run ADB you need to add " .\ " before the command and it will work

    First see if you can connect to your phone.

    Code:
    .\adb devices
    Then start running your commands.
    For example to remove Skype

    Code:
    .\adb shell pm uninstall --user 0 com.skype.raider
    Other useful commands

    Code:
     .\adb shell pm list packages
    Get List of Installed Apps in Android.

    Code:
     .\adb shell pm list packages -s
    System apps

    Code:
     .\adb shell pm list packages -3
    3rd-Party apps

    Code:
     .\adb shell pm list packages <keywords>
    Keyword filtering

    Code:
     .\adb shell pm path <package-name>
    Get the APK path on the device's filesystem.

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    tomdsr said:
    your adb is not installed properly.
    How to Install ADB on Windows, macOS, and Linux
    No need to install it just download the zip file and unzip it to a folder and run it in a Windows terminal or powershell in that folder.
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  4. tomdsr's Avatar
    Posts : 313
    10 Pro
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    Digital Life said:
    I use Windows terminal but you can also use powershell to run ADB you need to add " .\ " before the command and it will work

    First see if you can connect to your phone.

    Code:
    .\adb devices
    Then start running your commands.
    For example to remove Skype

    Code:
    .\adb shell pm uninstall --user 0 com.skype.raider
    Other useful commands

    Code:
     .\adb shell pm list packages
    Get List of Installed Apps in Android.

    Code:
     .\adb shell pm list packages -s
    System apps

    Code:
     .\adb shell pm list packages -3
    3rd-Party apps

    Code:
     .\adb shell pm list packages <keywords>
    Keyword filtering

    Code:
     .\adb shell pm path <package-name>
    Get the APK path on the device's filesystem.

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    No need to install it just download the zip file and unzip it to a folder and run it in a Windows terminal or powershell in that folder.
    in powershell, yes its .\ whatever but in a plain cmd prompt its not.

    No, doesnt have to be installed, but depends on the user. some users ned an install because unzip and use in that directory is above their pay grade. Think like the user asking, not you....
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  5. Posts : 785
    Microsoft Windows 10 Pro 64-bit
       #5

    tomdsr said:
    in powershell, yes its .\ whatever but in a plain cmd prompt its not.

    No, doesnt have to be installed, but depends on the user. some users ned an install because unzip and use in that directory is above their pay grade. Think like the user asking, not you....
    If an inexperienced user can open CMD prompt I'm sure he/she can also open a powershell prompt, I am also very confident that if a user can type or copy paste a ADB command they can also add on a " .\ " at the beginning of that command.

    As far as the user not knowing how to unzip a file that's the way it comes and you need to unzip it there are no two ways about it you need to unzip.
    Your comment's make absolutely no sense to me.


    Here is the download page
    ADB Download - Get the latest version of ADB and fastboot

    Here is the file unzipped, I see no installer unless you mean to add adb.exe to your path statement which in my opinion is even harder to do for newbe user.
    Can I ask for help setting ADB and dePixel8?-adb.png
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  6. tomdsr's Avatar
    Posts : 313
    10 Pro
       #6

    Digital Life said:
    If an inexperienced user can open CMD prompt I'm sure he/she can also open a powershell prompt, I am also very confident that if a user can type or copy paste a ADB command they can also add on a " .\ " at the beginning of that command.

    As far as the user not knowing how to unzip a file that's the way it comes and you need to unzip it there are no two ways about it you need to unzip.
    Your comment's make absolutely no sense to me.


    Here is the download page
    ADB Download - Get the latest version of ADB and fastboot

    Here is the file unzipped, I see no installer unless you mean to add adb.exe to your path statement which in my opinion is even harder to do for newbe user.
    Can I ask for help setting ADB and dePixel8?-adb.png
    Hadnt used adb in forever so didnt remember it does not come with an install. Either way mr smartypants, your reply was no use to the user, they can do your commands too but if not in the right locations, surprise, wont work either.

    OP, make sure you are in the same place as where you downloaded or moved adb to
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