A pure python implementation of the Android ADB and Fastboot protocols
This repository contains a pure-python implementation of the Android ADB and Fastboot protocols, using libusb1 for USB communications.
This is a complete replacement and rearchitecture of the Android project’s ADB and fastboot code available at https://github.com/android/platform_system_core/tree/master/adb
This code is mainly targeted to users that need to communicate with Android devices in an automated fashion, such as in automated testing. It does not have a daemon between the client and the device, and therefore does not support multiple simultaneous commands to the same device. It does support any number of devices and never communicates with a device that it wasn’t intended to, unlike the Android project’s ADB.
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