What is ADB?
ADB stands for Android Debug Bridge. As the name suggests it is intended for developers to debug apps from her/his machine. ADB is a part of Android SDK which is available for Linux, Mac and Windows Desktop OS’s.
How to Connect to ADB?
You need a PC and the compatible cable (Micro USB in most cases, can be proprietary) to connect your Android Phone/Tablet. To use ADB interface enable USB Debugging in your phone under Developer Options. You can enable Developer Options menu in Android 4.0 and up by tapping Build Number under About Phone or About Tablet menu for 7 time repetitively. After you get the toast message confirmation, hit back and Developer Options will appear around About menu. Enable USB Debugging under the same. ADB command which you need to run on your PC is included in Android SDK’s “platform-tool” directory. You also need driver for your device which can be downloaded via most of the manufacturer’s website, otherwise XDA-Developers is a good source for the same.
Create ADB Backup
After you are connected everything, open a command prompt / shell in the directory you want backup to be saved —
Introduction to Raspberry Pi 2 at this point of time would be a bit old-school, but hey! I am taking a chance 🙂
Raspberry Pi is a revolutionary tiny computing device which was introduced with a very noble cause to help kids get along with Computers in an interesting and affordable manner. You can check the Making of Raspberry Pi at their official website here https://www.raspberrypi.org/about/
Raspberry Pi has come a very long way and attracted many enthusiasts and organizations due to it’s affordability and power to do things. A mere $35 device with an HDMI, USB, Ethernet(RJ45 LAN) ports and ability to run on any 5V mobile charger made it a huge success. Over the time it developed a huge ecosystem of developers, manufacturers and users where plenty of software and hardware became available.
Think of a full fledged Computer System (with limited resources obviously) of palm size running on less power than your DTH box or DVD Player. Yes, it’s fascinating at the very least.
Wondering why Hello world? Actually this has a traditional history in Computer Science, it’s not just the two words 🙂
More on Wikipedia – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hello_world_program
Didn’t I make it an informative post?