Many of us may already be familiar with the Android Debug Bridge (ADB), a crucial tool allowing command line-access to the Android internals, it provides core functionality into the world of scripts, data logging, application debugging & ‘hardcore’ tweaks.
ADB sounds good but it’s a royal pita to get your device recognizable by the shell, it’s even more annoying to get the badly coded manufacturer drivers working on 64-bit systems. The source of this hardship was usually attributed to the lack of any universal adb drivers for Android. Well, popular developer Koush has finally developed & released a Windows-compatible universal adb driver for all to us!
The universal driver supports a wide range of Android devices and the massive list of hardware IDs is still growing as we speak!