Managed Android Debug Bridge (Mad Bee)

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Managed Android Debug Bridge (MadBee) is a Managed port of the Android Debug Bridge to allow communication from .NET applications to Android devices. This wraps the same methods that the ddms uses to directly communicate with ADB.

http://madb.codeplex.com/

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