Using tramp-adb is easy to access Android‘s filesystem and shell, but we still need the Android Debug Bridge (and all the Java configuration pain included…).
I didn’t know this Emacs‘s feature and started using it recently. For example, to access my old current phone, I plug it to USB port and hit into Emacs:
😐 C-x C-f /adb:
And the device is autocompleted.
Move, rename and delete files are fine with Dired and eshell is good as sh, but, for now, I don’t know how to inform eshell to use the device’s root instead the root of my laptop… I need to research more and make this a better workflow to tests and day tasks.