I have tried the navigate to the android tool folder and entering the "adb shell" command but it doesn't seem to work. My terminal seems only to recognize the adb part of the command and gives me an error message. What am I doing wrong???
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Check, if there are any devices listed. If not you may want to check that your device is connected and/or your emulator is running.
If it works and you have for example your emulator running and your usb-device connected use:
adb -d shell to connect to an USB-Device.
adb -e shell to connect to an emulated device.
If you have more than one emulator or usb devices you might want to use:
adb -s <DEVICE> shell
Make sure that the path to the android-sdk is properly set-up in your environment. To quickcheck, fire up a shell and type
adb version. If that command succeeds, you're set up. If not, add
/path/to/android/platform-tools to your
$PATH env variable. On windows the android sdk is typically located in