C. The Android Debug Bridge Quick-Start Guide

The Android Debug Bridge (ADB) is a client-server tool that interacts directly with Android devices and emulators using a command-line interface. You can use this tool, provided as part of the Android Sorftware Development Kit (SDK), to manage and interact with emulator and device instances connected to a development machine and view logging and debugging information. ADB also provides the underpinnings for other tools, such as the Android Plug-In for Eclipse (ADT) and Dalvik Debug Monitor Service (DDMS). This Quick-Start Guide is not a complete documentation of the ADB functionality. Instead, it is designed to get you up and running with common tasks. See the ADB documentation provided ...

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