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Module to control your android phone using code

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A python module to control your android phone



Using PyPi (recommended)

Open a command prompt and run:

pip install android_controller

From source

Open a command promp and clone this repo. Now cd to that folder and run:

pip install .


The package can be imported using:

import android_controller

Most of the times devices connect to adb automatically, but if they don't you can use:

android_controller.connect(host) #host is where your device is connected to. For example, bluestacks would be localhost:5555

You can then check which devices are connected using:

connections = android_controller.checkConnections()

This will return a list with the names of all connected devices. Please make sure you only have one device connected, otherwise the module might not work properly.


All distributions are welcome. There are quite some functions that are less commonly used I left out, but they can of course still be added.


This project is licensed under the MIT license.

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