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Other Shell Commands

The table below lists several of the adb shell commands available. For a complete list of commands and programs, start an emulator instance and use the adb -help command.

adb shell ls /system/bin

Help is available for most of the commands.

Shell Command Description Comments
dumpsys Dumps system data to the screen. The Dalvik Debug Monitor Service (DDMS) tool offers integrated debug environment that you may find easier to use.
dumpstate Dumps state to a file.
logcat [<option>]... [<filter-spec>]... Enables radio logging and prints output to the screen.
dmesg Prints kernel debugging messages to the screen.
start Starts (restarts) an emulator/device instance.  
stop Stops execution of an emulator/device instance.  
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