By Rutius


2019-06-09 21:05:19 8 Comments

I can do this:

adb exec-in "gzip > sdcard/test.gz" < C:\test.txt
adb exec-out cat sdcard/test.gz > C:\test.gz

The question is how to do something like this:

adb exec-in "gzip > C:\test.gz" < C:\test.txt

I mean, how can I use a file on my PC as an input for some android (linux) program and use another file on my PC as an output WITHOUT saving any data on android's internal memory (flash, microSD etc)?

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