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ADB is the wonder toy of Android and everyone seems to love it, so lets have a look at understanding what it is and why you need it, and how you can get it. It comes as a part of the standard Android SDK, which you can grab here.
Your window should look like this: Now simply click ‘Install’ and wait till the platform tools are installed.
The tools will work the same way however, even if you get a later version.
In case of earlier versions though, the location of some of the tools was different and it is recommended that you get the latest available version. Use the link given at the end of this post and download the latest version of the Android SDK from there.
Step 3: Setting the Path variable Now you have ADB installed but using it this way will require you to either use the complete path of the ADB command () or to first change directory to the platform-tools subfolder of the SDK folder each time, and this can become quite a hassle.
To make ADB along with other Android SDK tools and platform tools easily accessible from anywhere at the command line, we shall add their paths to the PATH environment variable. If you are a Linux or Mac user, add the ‘tools’ and ‘platform-tools’ sub-folders of the Android SDK to your system’s PATH variable using the standard method for your operating system.
Notice that the semi-colons are necessary to separate each path variable entry from the next and previous ones.