Download SDK Platform Tools: https://developer.android.com/studio/releases/platform-tools
Once SDK Platform tools are downloaded, you need open a CMD window
1. Type in “ADB Shell”
If you get ADB error: ‘adb’ is not recognized as an internal or external command then do the following:
(Skip to step 2 if you do not have the above error)
Find the file path in which your adb.exe file exists in the platform tools
Right click the file path and copy address as text.
Once the file path is copied, you need to right click “This PC” and select properties
Click Advanced System Settings
Click Environment Variables… Button
Edit the Path Variable with the new file location that you previously copied.
2. With your device plugged into the computer via USB, open up Command Prompt
Type adb devices and ensure you see your device attached (refer to android debugging tutorial).
Once you confirm a device is attached, type in adb shell
Type dumpsys display
Now scroll all the way back to the top until you see the following header: Display Devices: size =1
Ensure you copy and paste/screenshot this information and save it to your computer before proceeding. This is your original device information that you will want to change back to after you are done botting so that you can use your phone normally again.
- Make sure to save the phone resolution and the Pixel density values as these are the 2 values you will be changing to get yourBOTler to work.
Once you save the above information you need to make the next 2 changes:
With ADB Shell still active in your command prompt:
- Type “wm size 1920×1080” or “wm size 1080×1920” and press enter (Any true 16:9 format from 1280×720 and up will work)
- Type “wm density 401” and press enter. (401 is just an example it depends on your device screen size)