So far we've focused primarily on managing virtual devices, such as Virtualbox and Android, without spending to much thoughts on managing real devices. I plugged in my Nexus 7 to my computer the other day and rememberedan old discussion Shaun and I had about controlling real Android devices. So I thought that it's about time to get started on making sure it is possible to do this. And after 5 seconds, perhaps some more, I realised that some of the Virtualbox functions work straight out of the box (e g exec commands on clients) where as some will need a separate implementation (e g screenshot).
But is this a useful thing?
For Android Virtual Devices (AVD) I think it is. But for a normal computer?