Some days before an update come from that Fuchsia comes for Net Hub Max users. Now, Fuchsia developers bring their supported devices with Android’s ADB tool. It just acts like an Android phone. Currently, developers and Android users can access core features of Android phones from their PCs and tablets through the ADB tool. It’s a critical tool and it’s an abbreviation of Android Debug Bridge. From its name, we can understand that it’s a bridge between two devices.
Know more about the Android ADB tool
- Developer will use ADB as a by-product for the app and Android Emulator. If they don’t need to use ADB commands, they use them to integrate other tools like Android Studio.
- Other users of Android use ADB for their phone’s command prompt and this mode was introduced by the community. ADB enables you to use real-time logs from your phone to help diagnose the issue and know more about internal working.
ADB on Fuchsia
- ADB supports desktop platforms like Windows, MacOS, and Linux, making the Fuchsia team collaborate with it. This week’s update tells that the Fuchsia team shares an idea that brings ADB on Fuchsia. In this, OS supports the ADB for controlling devices.
- Right now, the core fx and ffx are only compatible with Linux and macOS computers and use to control Fuchsia devices. There also working ffx get support to the Windows and it’s still taking time until the end of this year.
- The collaboration of these two may be beneficial shortly because ADB is easily available.
In the past, the ADB was also integrated with other workflow and automation tools. It may be possible that this integration does not get into any trouble.
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