If you find this helpful or think it would be helpful to others, tip it for a sticky! Here's a little guide I put together for you to learn basic adb commands. I'm posting this thread assuming you already have your SDK set up With that said, let's dive right in! 1. Turn on ADB Go to Menu > Settings > Applications > Development > USB Debugging 2. Running ADB Open up command prompt and type your way to the directory you have your SDK in. Mine is in C:\ So for example, mine would be: cd c:\AndroidSDK/tools You are now in 3. Basic ADB commands ADB push (sends files to your phone) -- adb push c:\example.apk /sdcard/example.apk ADB pull (Receives files from your phone) -- adb pull /system/app/example.apk c:\example.apk ADB install (installs application) -- adb install c:\example.apk adb shell (Begins shell connection with phone) adb reboot (reboots phone) adb reboot recovery (reboots phone into recovery) adb reboot bootloader (reboots the phone into bootloader/the white screen) adb remount (remounts the system) 4. Commands to run while in ADB Shell cd (changes directories) -- cd /system/app ls (lists all files in the directory) -- ls /system/app rm (removes files) -- rm /system/app/example.apk cp (copies files) similar to cat -- cp /system/app/example.apk /sdcard/example.apk cat (copies files) -- cat /system/app/example.apk > /sdcard/example.apk exit (exits shell) -- exit Might add a little more later if requested/clean it up Hope you learned something!