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Easily Push Files to Your Android Device via ADB Tool
Recently, we’ve talked a good deal about ADB and getting it set up on various operating systems. ADB is a very handful set of tools that allows you to install your favorite apps directly from your PC or even work with your /system partition by pushing or pulling some files. ADB is also a great tool to get error logs and debug Android applications.
If you’ve used ADB more than once, you likely noticed that pushing files is far from convenient. Typing long commands and paths is not the easiest way, especially when your path resets after accessing ADB shell. Because of this, XDA Senior Member youssef badr created a useful Windows-only tool that helps you push files really easily.
All you need to do is to specify which file needs to be pushed and the path on your device. The script takes care of the rest. You can keep your device in shell state to see the full file structure. Obviously, you need to have working ADB and associated drivers on your PC to use this tool.
More information and the tool itself can be found in the original thread.
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