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Some important adb commands (android)

In Mac, the adb is located at /Library/Android/sdk/platform-tools/

list connected devices
./adb devices
list installed applications
./adb shell pm list packages
clean app data
./adb shell pm clear com.scramphoto.scramphoto
uninstall app using adb
./adb uninstall com.scramphoto.scramphoto
install app using adb
./adb install -r ~/Download/scramphoto.apk
log for adb
./adb logcat
save logcat to text
./adb logcat -d > ~/Documents/logcat.txt
clear logcat
./adb logcat -c 
browse directory on device
./adb shell ls /sdcard/Pictures
copy files from device to computer
./adb pull /sdcard/Pictures/ ~/Documents/Pictures 
remove files on device 
./adb shell rm /sdcard/Pictures/* 

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