Originally Posted by ApokrifX
insert noogie SD/reboot/remove noogie SD/turn off/turn on
Cannot connect today at all. Cold reboot doesn’t help anymore...
Did some more tests (including ADBwireless):
ping [nook IP] from my computer
I can ping [nook IP] from router.
>telnet [nook IP] 5555
Connecting To [nook IP]...Could not open connection to the host, on port 5555: Connect failed
telnet [nook IP] 5555
Connection didn’t timeout (i.e. it does connect!)
Again, looks like something on Nook blocking connections from all IP, except from default gateway (i.e. router)
Question: Does rooting process unblock connections from other IPs?
About Disabling/Enabling ADBwireless:
Before running ADBwireless
netstat -tapn doesn’t work
both above disappear from netstat
both show up
get message: ADBwireless is off
pushed button, message changed to: adb connect [nook IP]:5555
(adb connct didn’t work)
Switch to terminal,
I.e. no more: 0.0.0.0:5555
Subsequent "stop adbd"/"start adbd" changes nothing:
I was wondering what ADBwireless supposed to do then?
Could somebody check from his nook what netstat shows, please?
Nook can connect to internet (gmail, market) + netstat shows all outgoing connections…
What else can I try?
I guess, I can switch to adb usb…