Now Connect Your Android Device Through ADB Wirelessly [How-To]
Do you love to connect your phone to “Android Debug Brig” but sick of USB cable? Now you can solve this issue now, using an app which available in the Market which lets you to connect wirelessly to your Android device through ADB using your Wi-Fi signal. You have option to use it to connect to your app editor see below guide, but bear in mind that your device should be rooted, and you’ll need Windows and must have installed the SDK.
Step #1: Open Android Market on your phone and search for ADBWireless, then download and install it.
Step #2: Connect to Wi-Fi on your phone (it must be the same Wifi network that your computer is connected to).
Step #3: Launch the ADBWireless app on your phone
Step #4: Press the big red button (allow Superuser permissions when it asks).
Step #5: The app should display “adb connect xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:xxxx” similar to the picture above. Remember this line.
Step #6: On your computer open a command prompt, just go to start menu and type cmd to search.
Step #7: Once the command prompt opens type in the following with hitting enter at the end of each line:
adb connect xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:xxxx (replace the x’s with the corresponding numbers that are displayed in the app itself).
Step #8: After typing the last line, you should see a serial number display indicating that it recognizes your device in ADB. If you see that serial number, you are all set!