We have covered a list of number of Android PC suit/software before, but I found this recently to use it with my Nexus S.
QtADB is a PC software for Android devices, based on ‘adb’. It requires a working Android SDK installed on your computer with Android USB drivers installed (command “adb devices” listing your device should work), Qt libs version 4.7, root (not really necessary) and Busybox installed on phone.
There is no official Android PC management tool or software for users who want to manage their Android phone from PC. But a number of developers have come up with tools that could help you in managing your Android phone.
As I have previously covered around seven such PC software for Android phones, I’m compiling them in a post, making them easier to find if you need one.
Android Commander is another Android phone management application that lets you control your android apps and files from PC.
This is not the first time I’m sharing an Android PC tool. In the past, I’ve covered PC applications for Android devices likeÂ Android Manager, Droid Explorer, My Android Manager, HTC Phone Portal and DesktopSMS.
Yesterday only I wrote about an Android management software for HTC phones, and today I’ve another similar Android PC software to manage your Android phone.
My Android Manager is an application meant to automate all of your phone management needs through the use of ADB.