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ADB Commands

Here are some of the most frequently used ADB commands.

ADB Setup

How to install Android Debug Bridge (ADB)

Android Capture Commands

The following list of adb commands provides you with options for screen capture modes available on the Magic Leap 2 headset.

Android Debug Bridge

Android Debug Bridge (ADB) is a command-line tool that allows you to communicate with Android Open Source Project (AOSP) devices such as the Magic Leap 2. ADB can be used to send a variety of commands to your device, including installing and debugging applications on your device. It also provides access to a Unix shell that can be used to run device specific commands.

Android Manifest

This guide will explain the essential elements and attributes that you need to include in your Android Manifest file to deploy an OpenXR application to the Magic Leap 2 device. The Android Manifest file is an XML file that describes the basic characteristics of your application, such as its name, icon, permissions, features, and activities. It is located in the root directory of your project and has the name AndroidManifest.xml. For more information about the general syntax and structure of the Android Manifest file, you can refer to the Android Developer Guide.

Command Line

You can activate Application Simulator functions to iterate on the device using command line tools.

Environment Setup

This guide walks you through setting up your environment for native development on Magic Leap 2. By the end of the guide, you will have everything necessary to build and run the Magic Leap OpenXR samples, allowing you to explore the capabilities of OpenXR on Magic Leap 2 and develop your own AR applications.