Do you use the developer options on your android device? Like "show overdraw" or "show layout bounds"? Wouldn't it be handy to switch those tools on and off via command line? via devtools you can switch:
- gfx (profile gpu rendering)
- layout (show layout bounds)
- updates (show screen updates)
- wifi (enable/disable wifi)
- data (enable/disable mobile data)
on and off via command line. Works on emulators and devices. And, yes: it will control multiple devices at once.
Check the video:
Just checkout or download the scrips to your system. Make sure you have groovy installed, and adb-executeable in your PATH
On mac with brew just run:
brew install https://raw.githubusercontent.com/dhelleberg/android-scripts/master/androidscripts.rb
Will execute screenrecord on your API Level 19+ device and will pull the file automatically after you finish the screenrecording.
adbscreenrecord <filename.mp4, optional>
Do you use adb-wifi connections? tired of figuring out the ip of your phone and typing it in?
This script tries to solve that.
connect your phone via USB (in best case with WiFi switched on) and run the script.
wait until it tells you to disconnect and press enter.
$> src/adbwifi.groovy WLAN IP 192.168.178.44 mobile ip on WLAN: 192.168.178.44 now disconnect your phone and press enter List of devices attached 192.168.178.44:5555 unauthorized $> adb shell shell@hammerhead:/ $