The purpose of this guide is to show you, how to enable and use the Android Debug Bridge (adb)*.
To enable USB debugging on your Zidoo player, please read the guide for your corresponding model
- How to enable Developer options on RTD1295 based Zidoo Player
- How to enable Developer options on RTD1296 based Zidoo Player
- How to enable Developer options on RTD1619DR based Zidoo Player
- How to enable Developer options on RTD1619BPD based Zidoo Player
To get most out of your Zidoo player, you should root your device
- How to root your RTD1295 based Zidoo Player
- How to root your RTD1296 based Zidoo Player
- How to root your RTD1619DR based Zidoo Player
How to root your RTD1619BPD based Zidoo Player
After you’ve enabled USB debugging, you should download the latest Android SDK Platform-Tools for the platform of your choice.
Extract the downloaded archive to a folder of your choice. Inside the folder, you will find a subfolder called platform-tools.
most common adb commands
show the help message
ensure that there is a server running
adb connect HOST[:PORT]
connect to a device via TCP/IP [default port=5555]
restart adbd with root permissions
remount partitions read-write
copy local files/directories to device
copy files/dirs from device
most common adb shell commands
clear the terminal screen
list directory contents
use a long listing format
do not ignore entries starting with .
change the working directory
remove files or directories
ignore nonexistent files and arguments, never prompt
remove directories and their contents recursively
copy files and directories
move (rename) files