Install the Android SDK and use the Android Debug Bridge tool for command-line access to devices.
- [Voiceover] When preparing the environment for testing,…we loaded the Android SDK.…One of the important testing tools…that we loaded with that, is called ADB,…the Android Debug Bridge.…This enables us to get command line access…to any Android device.…To use ADB, I need to put the device into developer mode.…I can do this by selecting the phone settings,…scroll down and select about,…and then tap on the entry, build number, seven times.…The phone will display a message…to say it's in developer mode,…and add a new entry to the settings menu,…called developer options.…
The easiest way to run ADB is over USB.…So I can go into developer options and select USB debugging.…When I connect it to the computer subsequently,…it will then ask whether I want to activate debugging mode.…I've got my Android phone connected to the computer,…using a USB cable.…Let's look at the commands we can use with ADB.…In the basic options, we can see a devices command.…Let's use ADB to check what devices it can see.…
Okay, we can see one device here.…
These methods recognized by EC Council as integral part of those looking to earn their Certified Ethical Hacker certification. The complete CEH BOK can be found at https://www.eccouncil.org/Certification/certified-ethical-hacker/CEH-What-You-Will-Learn.
- Statistic and dynamic analysis of mobile applications
- Testing on Android
- Analyzing Android applications
- Securing iOS applications
- Jailbreaking iOS for command-line access
- Analyzing iOS apps