AdbLink lets you modify or customize your Kodi-enabled TV-casting device from your computer without having to know the ins-and-outs of the Android SDK and without having to type text commands into a Windows command prompt. With AdbLink you can easily send files or apps to your Kodi TV devices with a simple push of a button.
AdbLink is designed to work with Android Kodi (XBMC)-enabled TV-casting devices. Kodi-enabled devices are TV-casting devices (FireTV, FireStick, Chromecast, Xbox One, etc.) that run on the Android operating system and have had the Kodi software installed on it (Kodi is a free, open-source software platform that lets you alter an Android TV-casting device). In the past if a user wanted to use Kodi to alter or customize their Android TV-casting device, they had to send commands to the device by typing text commands into the Window command prompt. This meant they had to have some knowledge of the Android SDK. But with AdbLink, many common customization tasks can now be done with a push of a button.
With AdbLink (AdbFire) you can modify or customize a Kodi TV-casting device without having any knowledge of the Android SDK.
AdbLink allows you to communicate with your TV-casting device using an intuitive graphical user interface. Buttons and popup menus will replace long strings of texts typed into command lines.
With a push of a button, you can choose files from your PC to be loaded onto your Kodi-enabled Fire TV, Chromecast, Xbox One (and many more), allowing you to modify how your TV casting device looks and functions. With AbdLink, you can easily change your splash screen, reformat your keyboard, or install user apps. You can also move Kodi data to external drives, manage devices over USB or through IP addresses, manage multiple Kodi devices, and backup/restore Kodi files.