# Installing apps with ADB
# Uninstall an app
Write the following command in your terminal to uninstall an app with a provided package name:
adb uninstall <packagename>
# Install all apk file in directory
for %f in (C:\your_app_path\*.apk) do adb install "%f"
for f in *.apk ; do adb install "$f" ; done
# Install an app
Write the following command in your terminal:
adb install [-rtsdg] <file>
Note that you have to pass a file that is on your computer and not on your device.
If you append
-r at the end, then any existing conflicting apks will be overwritten. Otherwise, the command will quit with an error.
-g will immediately grant all runtime permissions.
-d allows version code downgrade (only appliable on debuggable packages).
-s to install the application on the external SD card.
-t will allow to use test applications.