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idragon81

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ADB Tools

Easily set how your Mobile is connected to ADB.
Supported Modes
ADB over USB
ADB over WiFi
Starting,Stopping and Restarting the ADB Daemon

Planned Features
Start service on Device Boot
Widget to Toggle Mode


ADB Tools 1.1 Test
Supported Modes
ADB over USB
ADB over WiFi
Starting,Stopping and Restarting the ADB Daemon
Start ADB in Wifi/USB Mode on Device Boot
Enable persistent Wifi Mode.

ADB Tools 1.1 Test 2

Changelog:
Wait for SU Persmission. Exit if SU permissions not Granted.
Improved SU Detection and App StartUp
Better info about what each option does.
Improved Boot Startup service.
Lot of Code Cleanup and Bug Fixes
NOTE: This app will not work without root permissions

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XDA:DevDB Information
ADB Tools,

Contributors
idragon81

Version Information
Status: Alpha

Created 2014-11-27
Last Updated 2014-11-27
 
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idragon81

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Instructions of usage

ADB Over WiFi

1) Select the ADB Wifi Option and Apply
2) Note the IP Address that is given in the WiFi Info Field. (Usually 192.168.x.x)
3) Open CMD/Terminal and type adb connect 192.168.x.x
4) Voila!! Happy Programming

ADB Over USB

1) Select the ADB USB Option and Apply
2) Connect USB
3) And that's it. Happy Programming =)
 

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MJD

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I have installed this. I have given it root access, I have applied Wifi mode, I have then tried to connect to the IP address in Wifi info but I just keep getting the message that it cannot connect. No problems with USB. Can anyone confirm that it works using wifi?
 

daniello8

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The question that strikes me is .. how is this different to other tools like adb wireless?

What I am looking for ist a tool that fixes my adb to wireless regardless of a reboot or of a wifi toggle and easily lets me set it back to permanent USB. Haven't found that yet. I can boot with adb wireless with an init.d script but there is not a real simple way to turn that off I want to go back to USB. Maybe that's sort of a brain teaser ;)
 

Revertron

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Doesn't work!
Settings are dead.

Don't even try this crap, guys.

P.S.: Anyone took a look inside? May be it is some root trojan?
 

valexi

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useless

Or you can just open terminal emulator and type:
Code:
su
setprop service.adb.tcp.port 5555
restart adbd

And you can disable it and return ADB to listening on USB with
Code:
su
setprop service.adb.tcp.port -1
restart adbd

PC side:
Code:
adb tcpip 5555
adb connect 192.168.x.x
 

idragon81

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How can I use this to run my application from IntelliJ (AndStudio)!
Android Studio keeps starting up its own instance of ADB. To use this with android studio you need to run adb kill-server and the the adb connect command.

I have installed this. I have given it root access, I have applied Wifi mode, I have then tried to connect to the IP address in Wifi info but I just keep getting the message that it cannot connect. No problems with USB. Can anyone confirm that it works using wifi?
Could you please provide more info on your PC OS and your handheld device? I'll look into it.

The question that strikes me is .. how is this different to other tools like adb wireless?

What I am looking for ist a tool that fixes my adb to wireless regardless of a reboot or of a wifi toggle and easily lets me set it back to permanent USB. Haven't found that yet. I can boot with adb wireless with an init.d script but there is not a real simple way to turn that off I want to go back to USB. Maybe that's sort of a brain teaser ;)

Right now it isn't very different, but I got what you are saying, and that's next on my list. :)
 
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idragon81

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Doesn't work!
Settings are dead.

Don't even try this crap, guys.

P.S.: Anyone took a look inside? May be it is some root trojan?
Could you let me know what is not working?

Or you can just open terminal emulator and type:
Code:
su
setprop service.adb.tcp.port 5555
restart adbd

And you can disable it and return ADB to listening on USB with
Code:
su
setprop service.adb.tcp.port -1
restart adbd

PC side:
Code:
adb tcpip 5555
adb connect 192.168.x.x

It does work the way that you have mentioned, however i didn't find it very convenient to type in those commands everytime i had to develop. It works either way so choose whatever you are comfortable with. :)
 

idragon81

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I am using:

GT-i9505
Paranoid Android 4.6-BETA5 (4.4.4)
OS X 10.10.1
I'll look into it, I don't know how it works on Mac, can you try using root permissions on Mac if something like this is present,
I'll look into it as soon as my exams are over
Hi.. I'm trying to download the app from my S4 but I can't open the viglink link. Could you send me the original link?
Link for apk http://forum.xda-developers.com/devdb/project/dl/?id=9961&task=get
 

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