Many tools, such as Android Studio, Appium, and MobSF, interact with Android devices over ADB. Using these tools with Corellium virtual devices is straightforward: all you need to do is connect to your virtual device over ADB.

ADB, or the Android Debug Bridge, is command-line tool for Android that enables the user to communicate with a device. For example, you can use ADB to push and pull files, install applications, run commands on the device, or retrieve logs.

To connect to adb, simply copy the adb link provided in the Connect tab and paste it to your console program, such as Terminal.

Once connected, you can use your preferred ADB-based tools just as if a physical device were directly connected to your computer over USB.

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