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tdiddy.2

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So, this is my new project so far. I'm trying to build a tool to help all Android Wear devices with simple tasks. At the moment, this is the initial release and I'll keep it updated.

What's inside the package?
  1. Java Application: you can run it from any platform, Windows, Mac, Linux,...
  2. A folder called "lib" including adb,fastboot for Windows & Mac. If using Linux, you need to find your own adb and put it under "Other" folder

I'm looking forward for your feedback and suggestion. Thanks!
 

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html5gamedevs

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So, this is my new project so far. I'm trying to build a tool to help all Android Wear devices with simple tasks. At the moment, this is the initial release and I'll keep it updated.

What's inside the package?
  1. Java Application: you can run it from any platform, Windows, Mac, Linux,...
  2. A folder called "lib" including adb,fastboot for Windows & Mac. If using Linux, you need to find your own adb and put it under "Other" folder

I'm looking forward for your feedback and suggestion. Thanks![/QUOTE]

very good thank you
 

sagits2016

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Hi tdiddy.2, i'm trying to enable adb over wifi on android wear. I have managed to make it work, but theres a lot of steps because you need to connect over bluetooth first. I know thats probably a way to enable adb over wifi direct over adb shell, but i dont know how to use adb shell well. Maybe you want to contribute? Thanks in advance.

Heres the link
 

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    So, this is my new project so far. I'm trying to build a tool to help all Android Wear devices with simple tasks. At the moment, this is the initial release and I'll keep it updated.

    What's inside the package?
    1. Java Application: you can run it from any platform, Windows, Mac, Linux,...
    2. A folder called "lib" including adb,fastboot for Windows & Mac. If using Linux, you need to find your own adb and put it under "Other" folder

    I'm looking forward for your feedback and suggestion. Thanks!