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How To Use ADB Wirelessly On Your Android

ADB stands for Android Debug Bridge and it is a utility that you can install on your computer to perform actions on your Android device If you’ve ever looked for any customization options for your Android device, you’ve probably heard of this utility as it is also used to customize Android devices.

In most cases, ADB is used over a USB connection to send and execute commands from your computer to your Android device. However, it also works over a wireless connection. It’s really strange that not many people talk about this useful utility feature.

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By using ADB wirelessly with your Android device, you don’t need the clutter of cables, and you can do a variety of things, including taking screenshots, installing apps, uninstalling apps, and more, directly from your computer wirelessly.

Use ADB Wirelessly with Android Devices without Root

If you haven’t rooted your Android device, or don’t know what it is, there is an extra step to take before you can use ADB wirelessly.

You need to first connect your device to your computer with a USB cable and then start the ADB server. The reason is that ADB wireless mode often does not start the server needed to connect your computer to the device.

Run ADB installation over USB

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You have successfully configured ADB service on port 5555.

Finding the IP address of the Android device

Now that the ADB server is up and running, you are ready to connect to the device from your computer. However, in order to do this, you need to first find out the IP address of your device

Also, make sure your device is connected to the same wireless network as your computer.

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