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  • Google will simplify the development of applications for Android


    Application development for Android due to the fragmentation of the system and a large number of various devices is not an easy task. In particular, programmers constantly have to use the Android Debug Bridge (ADB) command line, which is extremely difficult and inconvenient. Google decided to significantly simplify the life of developers and enthusiasts.

    With the ability to generate logs, work with APK files and enter the shell, ADB gives professionals great control when testing and debugging applications through a PC. Although it is possible to use a wireless connection to the device via TCP/IP, many developers are not aware of this using a wired connection. In addition, data transmission over a wireless connection is in the form of text, which is not secure.

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    As it became known, Google is working on an improved implementation of ADB. Sources claim that it will use a secure wireless connection over Wi-Fi by default. There is no exact information about the implementation of data encryption in this case, but apparently, this feature is under development.

    A new "wireless debugging" switch will reportedly appear in developer preferences in future versions of Android. Synchronization between the mobile device and the PC will occur by scanning a QR code or entering a six-digit code.

    It is expected that the new version of ADB will appear in Android 11 OS, the official presentation of which will take place at I/O 2020 next spring.


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