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Guide How to install ADB and Fastboot on Mac


just follow the instructions below and you’ll be able to get up and running ADB and Fastboot on Mac in less than 15 minutes in a very simple.

Step 1: Open Terminal on your Mac and run the following command:

ruby -e “$ (curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Homebrew/install/master/install)”

This will install Homebrew on your Mac, you need to install ADB and Fastboot by the method that we propose in this guide.

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Step 2:  You will be prompted to download Xcode or just install the files needed to run the commands correctly. Select the option “Install” and wait for the download to finish. If you already have Xcode installed on your Mac, you will see a dialog box like that.

Step 3: Once the necessary files are downloaded, you must enter the password of your account in the local Mac Terminal so that files can be successfully installed.

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Step 4: After being installed, proceed by running the following command:

brew install Android-platform-tools

This way you’re going to download and install the latest version of ADB and Fastboot files on Mac. Depending on the speed of your Internet connection, this step can take from a few seconds to several minutes.

You can check the installation of ADB and Fastboot on Mac running the command ” adb version “.

The next time you need to run a command ADB and Fastboot on Mac, you simply have to open the terminal and run the command ADB or Fastboot. There is no need to go first to a particular folder or directory.

One of the advantages of the previous guide for ADB and Fastboot on Mac is that the latter will be updated to their latest version automatically.

If you have problems to operate ADB and Fastboot on Mac, ask for help in the comments below and they will help.

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