If you're trying to customize and control your devices, Android offers a lot of flexibility. One of the ways to control your devices and perform some privileged tasks is by using the Bugjaeger app.

In this post I would like to show you how to start and kill apps remotely. This can be useful espe...

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Android developers can use the ADB tool to control and extract information from an Android device. This tool is normally used on your development machine, but I embedded ADB into Bugjaeger, so that I can use ADB features directly on my Android device. ADB offers a lot functionality that is only av...

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Android offers multiple ways to transfer apps and data between phones. The usual way of transferring apps from your old device to a new one is by using the Tap & Go feature.

In addition to Tap & Go, Android also allows you to copy apps and data using ADB. If you just want to copy one specific AP...

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Android 5.0 introduced a managed device mode. This feature allows a device owner to perform some privileged tasks often related to device administration, such as lock/hide apps, configure user accounts, wipe/reboot device, or remote updates without user interaction. All this can be done without...

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Sometimes it is useful to grab a screenshot from your new app remotely through Wi-Fi. For example, you might be using sensors like the accelerometer and you would like to show the results while your moving. In this situation it might be more comfortable to move with the device without the attached U...

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