Android Debug Bridge (adb) Wireless Debugging Over Wi-Fi

September 06, 2017 , 0 Comments

Hello Friends,

We can connect Adb Devices through Wifi Connection without cable.

STEP 1 :

You can check the attached devices with adb devices whereas ensure that adb is running in the USB mode by executing adb usb.

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$ adb usb

restarting in USB mode

$ adb devices

List of devices attached

ZX1D63HX9R  device

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STEP 2: RESTARTING TCP MODE


Restart adb in tcpip mode with this command:
$ adb tcpip 5555

restarting in TCP mode port: 5555



STEP 3 : KNOW YOUR IP




Find out the IP address of the Android device. There are several ways to do that:

  • Go to Settings -> About phone/tablet -> Status -> IP address.

  • Go to the list of Wi-fi networks available. The one to which you’re connected, tap on that and get to know your IP.

  • Try $ adb shell netcfg.


STEP 4 : LIST OF CONNECTED DEVICES


Now that you know the IP address of your device, connect your adb host to it.



$ adb connect 192.168.0.102:5556

already connected to 192.168.0.102:5556

$ adb devices

List of devices attached

9a9a9era device

192.168.0.102:5556  device




STEP 5 : CONNECT ADB DEVICE


$ adb connect 192.168.0.102:5556   //This Command Connect ADB Devices

connected to 192.168.0.102:5556

$ adb devices

List of devices attached

192.168.0.102:5556  device


 

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