A Python implementation of ADB with shell and FileSync functionality.


Keywords
adb, android, python
License
Apache-2.0
Install
pip install adb-shell==0.2.3

Documentation

adb_shell

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Documentation for this package can be found at https://adb-shell.readthedocs.io/.

This Python package implements ADB shell and FileSync functionality. It originated from python-adb.

Installation

pip install adb-shell

Async

To utilize the async version of this code, you must install into a Python 3.7+ environment via:

pip install adb-shell[async]

USB Support (Experimental)

To connect to a device via USB, install this package via:

pip install adb-shell[usb]

Example Usage

(Based on androidtv/adb_manager.py)

from adb_shell.adb_device import AdbDeviceTcp, AdbDeviceUsb
from adb_shell.auth.sign_pythonrsa import PythonRSASigner

# Load the public and private keys
adbkey = 'path/to/adbkey'
with open(adbkey) as f:
    priv = f.read()
 with open(adbkey + '.pub') as f:
     pub = f.read()
signer = PythonRSASigner(pub, priv)

# Connect
device1 = AdbDeviceTcp('192.168.0.222', 5555, default_transport_timeout_s=9.)
device1.connect(rsa_keys=[signer], auth_timeout_s=0.1)

# Connect via USB (package must be installed via `pip install adb-shell[usb])`
device2 = AdbDeviceUsb()
device2.connect(rsa_keys=[signer], auth_timeout_s=0.1)

# Send a shell command
response1 = device1.shell('echo TEST1')
response2 = device2.shell('echo TEST2')