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#1 MrTasselhof

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Posted 04 March 2012 - 11:51 PM

Hello All,

In this post is a basic .BAT script.

 

Download Link: Mediafire.com - Tasselhof-APK-AutoInstaller.rar

Alternate Link: DropBox.com - Tasselhof-APK-AutoInstaller.rar

This is an extremely simple and straightforward script.
The basic purpose is to install multiple .APK files using the command: adb install (filename)
I decided to create this to make my custom image creation process even faster.

Instructions:
Extract the folder to ANY location you wish. (it is self contained)

Connect your tablet using the OTG port (normal procedure)
Copy in any and all .APK files you wish to install to the folder !Tasselhof-APK-AutoInstaller
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Run !APK Auto Install Script.bat

Watch the magic happen :p

Enjoy!

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#2 GreenI

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Posted 08 June 2012 - 06:29 AM

Hello MrT,

Thanks for this - it will save me a lot of time (until I can ever work out how to create a flashable.zip <from Windows> which would allow me to load the few apps I aways want to load after flashing a new ROM).

When running it just now as a test with the app Puffin Free.apk .. your script didn't like the space in the name, and so couldn't find "Puffin".

Not sure if this is something that you can fix ... obviously renaming the file to PuffinFree.apk and it worked just fine.