ADB (or Android Debug Bridge) is a handy command-line tool that comes with Android SDK and lets you communicate with a device, unlocking access to the system folders to perform a variety of versatile device actions. It works only if Developer options have been activated on your Android device and USB debugging mode has been enabled. See the instructions on how to enable the USB Debugging Mode on Android.

In case your Android device is already connected to your Mac via USB cable and MacDroid is running, you'll be redirected to the following step. If not, first connect the device.

Now, authorize the device by clicking the “Allow” option.

Check the “Always allow from this computer” box to omit this alert the next time you plug in this Android device.

USB debugging

Allowing USB debugging

3. That's it! The Android device is now in the devices list of MacDroid.

Click the Mount button to mount your ADB device and the Unmount button to unmount it correspondingly.

Mounting ADB

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