Commands using tabs (2)

  • Crude, but works. Note for security, /data/ will be inaccessible unless your device has been *rooted*. On the other hand, if a device has been rooted, its data is now wide open to anyone with a USB cable and the above "one-liner". `adb` is one of the platform tools in the android SDK. To get SMS messages: adb pull /data/data/com.android.providers.telephony/databases/mmssms.db ; sqlite3 -batch <<EOF contacts2.db <CR> .header on <CR> .mode tabs <CR> select * from sms; <CR> EOF


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    adb pull /data/data/com.android.providers.contacts/databases/contacts2.db ; sqlite3 -batch <<EOF contacts2.db <CR> .header on <CR> .mode tabs <CR> select * from data; <CR> EOF
    mhs · 2012-12-26 11:35:23 14
  • This also works with Safari if you just change the application name. Replace window 1 with windows to list the URLs of tabs in all windows instead of only the frontmost window. This also includes titles: osascript -e{'set o to""','tell app"google chrome"','repeat with t in tabs of window 1','set o to o&url of t&"\n"&" "&title of t&"\n"',end,end}|sed \$d .


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    osascript -e{'set text item delimiters to linefeed','tell app"google chrome"to url of tabs of window 1 as text'}
    lri · 2019-01-22 06:05:55 0

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