How to Install ADB Fastboot on Linux
This post was last updated on June 7th, 2020 at 08:15 pm
ADB and Fastboot are the debugging tools that comes with Android SDK. In this guide, I am going to present how to install ADB and Fastboot on Linux.
If you are a developer or you want to learn how you can get most out of your Android phone as a Developer or an advanced user then you must need ADB and Fastboot which are the basic tools needed to understand your Android phone.
Installing ADB or Fastboot in Linux is sometimes easy as it can be downloaded from the Linux distro’s software repositories. But oftentimes they are outdated. That is the primary reason I have to bring in this article.
Let’s dive in!
Here I have brought you an Easy to Install ADB and Fastboot on Linux. Just one command execution to install ADB Fastboot on Linux. The scripts are provided in the DOWNLOADS section followed by the Step By Step ADB & Fastboot Installation Guide for Linux.
Donwlaod ADB and Fastboot For Linux
- Latest Linux platform tools (contains ADB and Fastboot binaries)
- ADB and Fastboot for Linux [RECOMMENDED FOR BEGINNERS]
Install ADB Fastboot on Linux
You can install ADB Fastboot binaries from the default package management systems available in the respective linux distro.
How to Install ADB Fastboot on Ubuntu
Execute the below command to install ADB Fastboot binaries on Ubuntu:
$ sudo apt install android-tools-adb
$ sudo apt install android-tools-fastboot
- Download and extract the Android.zip to a directory.
- Go to the downloaded directory and then enter into Android directory where all the scripts are kept.
- Execute the following command on a console or Terminal with ROOT privilege on your Linux machine:
# sh ADB-Install-Linux.sh
Or enter the absoulute path to the script to execute:
# sh /path/to/install/script/ADB-Install-Linux.sh
NOTE: This command will move the ADB and Fastboot binaries to /usr/bin location and move the Android udev rules file to /etc/udev/rules.d/ location also this script will install JDK if it is not installed.
- Exit from the command console and the open a new command console to use ADB and fastboot.
What you can do after Installing ADB and Fastboot?
ADB and Fastboot should now be installed on your Linux machine. If you have any concerns or doubt then leave a comment with a detailed description.
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