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  1. scotty85

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    so i used this video to help me get sdk installed. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y6K1XLmafPc

    everything works fine,but following the advice given at the end,i moved everything in "platform tools" to the "tools" directly.

    its fine,it works,but there is just a crap ton of stuff in there and its a little confusing if i want to go in and delete the files i added for a particular project(for example,there were several files i needed for the TB root that i dint want to hang out in there afterward).

    wondering if i could move a bunch of things that ill prolly never use back into platform tools to clean it up some? if so what do i need to keep in the tools directory?

    any other tips or coments or personal preferences are more than welcome :)

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  2. scary alien

    scary alien not really so scary Moderator

    It only annoys me that they separated the ddms.bat utility from adb.exe...

    I type pretty fast so its not too much of a big deal to pop-up and down a directory when I need one or the other (and I'm too lazy to change the system PATH setting :D).

    Cheers!
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  3. erisuser1

    erisuser1 Well-Known Member

    Just put both tools/ and platform_tools/ in your PATH, and then there will be no need to pollute either directory with flashables - then just run those commands from whatever folder you want.
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  4. scotty85

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    thanks eu1. so i could i make a folder and call it "flashables"(or something to that affect) and drop whatever files i need to into that?

    when i start up,i simply change directories to that folder by:
    cd c:\android-sdk-windows\flashables instead of cd c:\android-sdk-windows\tools ?
  5. erisuser1

    erisuser1 Well-Known Member

    Sure.

    Doesn't even need to be in a common sub-folder; so for instance,

    C:\mystuff\phones\Eris\flashables

    That's the whole point of using PATH - so that programs you frequently use can be invoked from any directory using the short name (rather than typing out the full pathname) of the executable program.

    eu1
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  6. scotty85

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    oooh! thats awsome :D that makes it a bunch easier. i need some new adb projects,now,lol.

    as always thanks for everyones assistance :cool:

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