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That's done easiest using adb (see the ADB tag-wiki for details on what ADB is and how to get/install it on your machine). As you don't state the OS you're using on your desktop, I write how it could be done on Linux (which I work with); should be easily adaptable to other platforms: put all your downloaded .apk files into a single folder connect your ...
When you invoke the adb backup command, this is the screen popping up on your device: The button you would need to hit is "Back up my data". So after invoking the command, wait for 3..5 seconds to be sure the screen is "loaded", then hit the area on the lower-right where the button should be. The backup process then should start immediately. Even if you ...
There are other ways too. My favorite is: $ adb shell svc power stayon true See here: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/8840954/how-do-i-keep-my-screen-unlocked-during-usb-debugging
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