Making changes to memory
Changes to memory, whenever a program has
been executed, can also be made.
If you have used an
command with a breakpoint to start program execution, subsequent
commands cause adb to write to the program in memory
rather than the file.
This is useful if you wish to make changes to a program's data
as it runs, for example, to temporarily change the value of program flags
Writing to a file
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