mic_888 · Jun 9, 2010 at 08:05 pm

Push Files easily to your Android Device from your Mac

XDA forum member derekwilson has written a new application that lets you push files to your Android device easily from your Mac.

Written for those of you who are uncomfortable with or just prefer not to use Terminal and adb for pushing files to your device, the Push File app unzips to place some polished ‘Push File’,’Reboot’ and ‘Recovery’ app icons representing separate scripts into your Mac OS X dock.  Clear instructions are provided in the Read Me file.

Push File lets you choose the location that the file is to be pushed to with planned updates including:

  • Pull File
  • Device Backup
  • Device Backup w/SD
  • Install .apk
  • Uninstall .apk
  • Restore Backup
  • Restore Backup w/SD
  • Flash ROM

You can find more information in the application thread.

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