Android apps that you install through app stores are normally installed to your devices using an APK file. Even though installing an app through a store is simple and streamlined, you still might have the need to install the APK files manually.

Android often allows to install APK files manually,...

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Android devices usually come with various pre-installed apps. Most of these can actually be helpful, but some are only using up your battery.

The preinstalled apps usually cannot be easily removed without rooting the device.

In this post I would like to show how to disable these apps without...

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I did an interview recently for downloadastro.com. I answered some questions related to my Bugjaeger app. You can find the text of the interview below. The original interview is published at
https://appoftheday.downloadastro.com/app/bugjaeger-mobile-adb-develop-debug-via-usb-otg/

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Although the usual Android apps have a graphic user interface and are installed to the device as an APK file, you still have the option to run native elf executables compiled for the architecture that your device supports (mostly arm).

There's a huge amount of tools and small Linux shell utilit...

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Rebooting an Android device without using the standard button and system UI usually requires root privileges or a device owner app. ADB also offers the option to reboot the device through USB or even remotely through WiFi.

The Bugjaeger app supports the ADB protocol and also allows to re...

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