Many Android devices need custom driver software to enable a computer recognize the devices. However, not all official drivers have included required ADB and Fastboot files allowing the computer to establish a bridge-like connection to an Android device. Android Debug Bridge a.k.a ADB is a versatile command line tool. ADB lets a user communicate with an emulator instance or connected Android device. The ADB also facilitates a variety of device actions, such as installing and debugging apps. On top of that, it provides access a Unix shell that a user will be able to use to run a variety of commands on an emulator or connected device.
On the other hand, in order to flash an Android system image, ADB and Fastboot tools should be firstly installed on a Windows-based computer. ADB allows you to send commands to your Android device over USB through a terminal/command-line interface such as Windows Command Prompt while Fastboot allows you to flash images to your Android device. That’s why you are going to need them both.
This is a very small ADB and Fastboot installer tool containing some minimal files required by your computer to flash an Android ROM image from your computer to your Android device. Download it from our mirror server below.
Simply grab the .zip file and extract its content to get the installer file.
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