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adb: Add ability to specify device path
For manufacturing and testing, there is a need to talk to whatever device is connected to a given port on the host. This change modifies adb's "-s" option to take either a serial number or a device path. The device paths of the connected devices can be listed using "adb devices -l" whose output will resemble: List of devices attached 016B75D60A00600D usb:2-5 device 3031D0B2E71D00EC usb:1-4.3 device The second column lists the device paths. If the -l option is not given, the output from "adb devices" will be the same as it used to be (i.e. the paths will not be printed). The device path can also be obtained with the get-devpath command: $adb -s 3031D0B2E71D00EC get-devpath usb:1-4.3 Note that the format of the device paths are platform dependent. The example above is from Linux. On OS-X, the paths will be "usb:" followed by hex digits. For other platforms, the device paths will be printed as "????????????" and the -s option will not be able to select a device until someone implements the underlying functionality. Change-Id: I057d5d9f8c5bb72eddf5b8088aae110763f809d7 Signed-off-by: Scott Anderson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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