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 ^ I believe there is a sticky right below/above this thread on how to do so ^ 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) -- cd /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. Hope you learned something!