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I am trying to run the following commands on the rooted Android phone connected to my PC:

su

mount -o rw,remount /system

chmod 777 /system/app/

exit

exit

Later I tried to execute the following command on my PC:

adb push ..\bin\MyApp_signed.apk /system/app/

Then finally, I did some cleanup then rebooted my phone:

su

chmod 755 /system/app/

reboot

exit

exit

How do I create the windows batch file so that these shell commands are passed to my android shell?

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The adb shell <command> allows you to run the shell command on a device from your computer. If the su command supports the -c option, you can do this:

adb shell su -c "mount -o rw,remount /system"

adb shell su -c "chmod 777 /system/app/"

adb push ..\bin\MyApp_signed.apk /system/app/

adb shell su -c "chmod 755 /system/app/"

adb shell su -c reboot

If the su command doesn't help commands, you need to make the script to leave on the device that bundles the device side of it.

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