You may have heard about ADB and/or fastboot, If you’ve ever tried to root your Android phone or flash a ROM. These two tools are very powerful, but can be a bit complex to install. Here’s an easy way to install ADB and Fastboot.
What are ADB and Fastboot
Both tools allow you to send terminal commands to your phone from your computer via USB. They both have different functions, but they can be installed easily at the same time, so it’s better to you install both of them . Here’s the function of each tools:
Android Debug Bridge (ADB): This tool allows you to send a wide array of terminal commands to your Android phone as long as you have debugging enabled on your phone. You can send commands while the phone is turned on and booted, or even when it’s in recovery mode. While ADB is often used in conjunction with rooting or modifying your phone, you can use ADB to send terminal commands to unrooted devices as well.
Fastboot : if you ever need to modify your phone’s firmware, you’ll need a tool called Fastboot. This will allow you to send commands to the bootloader, you will be able to flash/modify things like custom recoveries. You won’t be able to flash whole ROMs with it, but it’s helpful for many things that ADB can’t do. It should be noted that Fastboot is not enabled for all Android phones, so you may have to check if it’s enabled for your Android phone.
15 seconds ADB Installer v1.4.3 ADB, Fastboot and Drivers Features:
This is All-in-One ADB, Fastboot and Drivers, the 15 seconds installer for 3 most needed PC tools for Android. It’s very small and very fast to install the tools and drivers
Small- 9.18 MB
Fast- 15 seconds install (might take lesser time )
AIO- ADB, Fastboot and also drivers
Easy to install- just run it and program will guide you
Clean – ADB and Google Drivers from latest SDK
How to install 15 seconds ADB Installer
Run it (Require administrator privileges)
Press Y/Yes to install ADB and Fastboot or N/No to skip
Press Y/Yes to install ADB system-wide or N/No for current user only
Press Y/Yes to install Drivers or N/No to skip
Continue Driver installation
15 seconds has passed – should be finished.
System-wide: ADB and Fastboot are installed to %SystemDrive%\adb directory, and added system-wide path.
Current user only: ADB and Fastboot are installed to %UserProfile%\adb directory, and added path for current user.
CMD can use ADB and Fastboot from any directory.
Drivers are installed to system – no need to install them from directories.Installer automatically decides if install 32-bit or 64-bit drivers.If anybody got problem with detecting device, go see picture guide.
If installation fails, then post here contents of “adb-installer.log” from desktop. (if there is any)
If you have older Google USB Driver installed, please uninstall it from Control Panel before installing new.
If you have previously installed it as system-wide and now you want it current user only (or vice-versa), it won’t remove it, you must do it yourself. (at least for now)
Download: Version 1.4.2 from
Download Version 1.3 (If the one above doesn’t work) Google Drive
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15 seconds Adb and Fastboot.