In this post, we will see how to connect ADB over WiFi. ADB, known as Android debug bridge is used to establish a connection between your Android device and your computer. Basically, this method can be used in non-rooted Android devices too. We will be needing a USB cable for the first-time setup, then rest all debugging can be done over WiFi. ADB can be used for deploying apps directly from the Android Studio, or we can also use it for flashing ROMs, recoveries, and Kernels.
- Download the minimalistic ADB kit from here
- Install it, then check it by typing either one of the bellows in the command prompt.
1adb or fastboot
- Connect your mobile to laptop and allow USB Debugging
- In Command prompt, type the bellow set of commands
1234567891011adb tcpip 5555##To find the mobile ip type:adb shell ip -f inet addr show wlan0##The ip address will be shown in second line like this:##inet 192.168.1.233/24 brd 192.168.1.255 scope global wlan0##where 192.168.1.233 is the ip address of your mobile.##Remove USB cable and type:adb connect mobile-ip:5555
Now your android mobile is connected in ADB through WiFi.
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