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通过 Wi-Fi 运行 / 安装 / 调试 Android 应用程序?

I thought there was a way to test your applications in development over Wi-Fi. Is this possible?

I'd love to be able to untether my phone and develop wirelessly.


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    csdnceshi67 bug^君 2012-04-19 21:19

    See forum post Any way to view Android screen remotely without root? - Post #9.

    1. Connect the device via USB and make sure debugging is working.
    2. adb tcpip 5555
    3. find the IP address with adb shell netcfg or adb shell ifconfig with 6.0 and higher
    4. adb connect <DEVICE_IP_ADDRESS>:5555
    5. Disconnect USB and proceed with wireless debugging.
    6. adb -s <DEVICE_IP_ADDRESS>:5555 usb to switch back when done.

    No root required!

    To find the IP address of the device: run adb shell and then netcfg. You'll see it there. To find the IP address while using OSX run the command adb shell ip route.

    WARNING: leaving the option enabled is dangerous, anyone in your network can connect to your device in debug, even if you are in data network. Do it only when connected to a trusted Wi-Fi and remember to disconnect it when done!

    @Sergei suggested that line 2 should be modified, commenting: "-d option needed to connect to the USB device when the other connection persists (for example, emulator connected or other Wi-Fi device)".

    This information may prove valuable to future readers, but I rolled-back to the original version that had received 178 upvotes.

    On some device you can do the same thing even if you do not have an USB cable:

    1. Enable ADB over network in developer setting Screenshot Showing the option on It should show the IP address
    2. adb connect <DEVICE_IP_ADDRESS>:5555
    3. Disable the setting when done

    Using Android Studio there is a plugin allowing you to connect USB Debugging without the need of using any ADB command from a terminal.

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  • csdnceshi67 bug^君 2018-07-12 17:30

    Best and super easy way to do this is:-

    1. Make a batch file :-

    adb devices

    adb tcpip 5555

    adb connect ( Your phone ip xxx.xxx.x.xxx:5555 )

    1. Place this file into your android sdk platform-tool folder. Example:- C:\Users\'user_name'\AppData\Local\Android\Sdk\platform-tools

    2. Right click file > sendto > Desktop(create shortcut )

    3. That's it....

    Now you just need to connect your phone through USB , then open desktop shortcut and disconnect your phone...

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  • csdnceshi63 elliott.david 2018-07-26 06:40

    After a long search I found :

    I must run

    adb connect <device_ip_address>:5555 

    after disconnecting USB.

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  • csdnceshi69 YaoRaoLov 2016-01-18 15:09

    For Ubuntu / Linux:

    1. Make sure your device is working for debugging: http://developer.android.com/tools/help/adb.html#Enabling
    2. Go to your sdk folder and find the folder platform-tools
    3. Use ./adb devices to list the connected devices. Make sure it is only one device connected and no emulator running.
    4. Find your device IP address, you can find it in your device: http://developer.android.com/tools/help/adb.html#wireless, or got adb shell like this: ./adb shell then netcfg. You will see a list of IP addresses. Find wlan0, in my case
    5. ./adb tcpip 5555
    6. Finally enter ./adb connect <Your device IP Address>:5555 in your terminal. You can now deploy the application to your device over Wi-Fi.
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  • weixin_41568208 北城已荒凉 2015-08-12 04:33

    I found my answer here:

    1. Connect Android device and adb host computer to a common Wi-Fi network accessible to both. We have found that not all access points are suitable; you may need to use an access point whose firewall is configured properly to support adb.
    2. Connect the device with USB cable to host.
    3. Make sure adb is running in USB mode on host.

      $ adb usb
      restarting in USB mode
    4. Connect to the device over USB.

       $ adb devices
       List of devices attached
       ######## device
    5. Restart host adb in tcpip mode.

      $ adb tcpip 5555
      restarting in TCP mode port: 5555
    6. Find out the IP address of the Android device: Settings -> About tablet -> Status -> IP address. Remember the IP address, of the form #.#.#.#. sometimes its not possible to find the IP-address of the android device, as in my case. so u can get it using adb as the following: $ adb shell netcfg and the should be in the last line of the result.

    7. Connect adb host to device:

      $ adb connect #.#.#.#
      connected to #.#.#.#:5555
    8. Remove USB cable from device, and confirm you can still access device:

      $ adb devices
      List of devices attached
      #.#.#.#:5555 device

    You're now good to go!

    If the adb connection is ever lost:

    1. Make sure that your host is still connected to the same Wi-Fi network your Android device is.
    2. Reconnect by executing the "adb connect" step again.
    3. Or if that doesn't work, reset your adb host:

       adb kill-server

    and then start over from the beginning.

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  • csdnceshi55 ~Onlooker 2017-01-21 11:13
    1. In Device Settigs-> "Developer options" -> "Revoke USB debugging authorizations".
    2. Connect the device via USB and make sure debugging is working.
    3. adb tcpip 5555
    4. adb connect <DEVICE_IP_ADDRESS>:5555
    5. Disconnect USB
    6. adb devices
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  • weixin_41568184 叼花硬汉 2014-06-28 10:00

    The best way is using ADBConnect (Eclipse plugin) and ADB Wireless (app for Android device).

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  • csdnceshi61 derek5. 2016-08-25 07:43

    (No root required) There is one best, easy and with UI method for Android Studio

    IntelliJ and Android Studio plugin created to quickly connect your Android device over WiFi to install, run and debug your applications without a USB connected. Press one button and forget about your USB cable.

    just install plugin Android WiFi ADB

    Download and install Android WiFi ADB directly from

    Intellij / Android Studio: Preferences/Settings->Plugins->Browse Repositories

    enter image description here

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    Remember! for first time to initialize the device you must have to connect using usb

    Alternatively, you can download the plugin from the JetBrains plugin site and install it manually in: Preferences/Settings->Plugins->Install plugin from disk.

    You can connect and manage your devices easily....... for more information read here https://github.com/pedrovgs/AndroidWiFiADB

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  • csdnceshi53 Lotus@ 2011-02-04 03:13

    The adb utility does have the ability to connect to a device over TCP/IP. However, adbd is not normally listening for TCP connections.

    If you want to get it running, you need an engineering device (in other words, you need root). Then follow the directions in this post:

    How can I connect to Android with ADB over TCP?

    Since this only works on eng devices, it's not officially supported. Use at your own risk, expect bugs, etc.

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  • csdnceshi73 喵-见缝插针 2016-04-02 01:31

    One imp point probably missed here - once you do a adb remount - the TCP connection is lost hence you have to do a adb connect IP:port once over again

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  • weixin_41568174 from.. 2015-05-05 15:03
    >##    open command prompt with Run as Administrtor ##
        adb connect ipdevice:5037
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  • csdnceshi60 ℡Wang Yan 2015-09-17 11:55

    I wrote a shell script which can let you debug an Android device via Wi-Fi.

    Here is the code:

    #!/usr/bin/env bash
    #Notice: if unable to connect to [ip]:5555,
    #try adb kill-server then try again.
    adb shell ip route > addrs.txt
    #Case 1:Nexus 7
    # dev wlan0  proto kernel  scope link  src
    #Case 2: Smartsian T1,Huawei C8813
    #default via dev eth0  metric 30
    # via dev eth0  metric 30
    # via dev eth0  metric 30
    # dev eth0  proto kernel  scope link  src  metric 30
    # dev eth0  scope link  metric 30
    ip_addrs=$(awk {'if( NF >=9){print $9;}'} addrs.txt)
    echo "the device ip address is $ip_addrs"
    echo "connecting..."
    rm addrs.txt
    adb tcpip 5555
    adb connect "$ip_addrs"
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  • weixin_41568134 MAO-EYE 2013-11-12 21:30

    If you want to enable wireless adb on the device without connecting with a USB cable at all (root required):

    1. Install a terminal app on the device (like Android Terminal Emulator) Type the following
    2. su
    3. setprop service.adb.tcp.port 5555
    4. stop adbd
    5. start adbd

    Since you already have the terminal opened, you can find the IP address of the device:

    ip addr show

    Then in your debugging environment run command:

    adb connect ip.of.the.device

    This will make the device to be listed as any other emulators you might have. Note that the TCP will stay opened until you reset the device. You might also want to install a Wi-Fi Keep Alive app if you often experience disconnects.

    Remember to close the TCP when connecting to public networks if you want to feel safe. You can do the following or simply restart the device:

    1. su
    2. setprop service.adb.tcp.port -1
    3. stop adbd
    4. start adbd
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  • weixin_41568127 ?yb? 2014-09-18 03:27

    For Windows:

    Step 1. Make a batch file with the below commands and call the file w.bat.

    Step 2. Copy the below contents in w.bat, and save it in any of the folders which are in %path% of your Windows system

    echo ***Get phone in Wi-Fi mode***
    echo ***Get phone in Wi-Fi mode***
    adb devices
    echo ***Remove cable from the phone now***
    adb tcpip 9000
    adb connect
    adb connect
    adb connect
    adb connect
    adb connect
    adb connect

    //<-- Till here -->

    Step 3. Connect your phone and PC with a cable

    Step 4. Ensure the phone is in Wi-Fi mode

    Step 5. Remove the cable when the batch file tells you to

    Step 6. Type w.bat on the Windows prompt (start -> run -> type CMD, press Enter) (black screen is Windows DOS prompt), if you copied it in one of the path folders then you can run from anywhere, else run from the folder where you created this file.

    The output of the batch file will be something like this:

    C:\Windows\System32>echo ***Get phone in Wi-Fi mode***
    ***Get phone in Wi-Fi mode***
    C:\Windows\System32>echo ***Get phone in Wi-Fi mode***
    ***Get phone in Wi-Fi mode***
    C:\Windows\System32>adb devices
    List of devices attached
    d4e9f06 device
    C:\Windows\System32>echo ***Remove cable from the Phone now***
    ***Remove cable from the Phone now***
    C:\Windows\System32>adb tcpip 9000
    restarting in TCP mode port: 9000
    C:\Windows\System32>adb connect
    unable to connect to
    C:\Windows\System32>adb connect
    connected to
    C:\Windows\System32>adb connect
    unable to connect to
    C:\Windows\System32>adb connect
    unable to connect to
    C:\Windows\System32>adb connect
    unable to connect to
    C:\Windows\System32>adb connect
    unable to connect to

    Note 1: Find this in the output, (ignore all ->unable to connect<- errors)

    connected to xxx.xxx.x.x:9000

    If you see this in the result, just remove the cable from PC and go to Eclipse and run to install the app on the device; that should be it.

    Note 2: DISCONNECT OR TO SWITCH WIRELESS MODE OFF: Type the below command. It should say restarting in USB mode - at this stage PC and computer should NOT be connected with a cable:

    C:\Users\dell>adb usb
    restarting in USB mode

    Note 3: Steps to find the IP address of the phone (taken from Stack Overflow)

    Find IP address of MY PHONE:

    a. Dial *#*#4636#*#* to open the Testing menu.
    b. In the Wi-Fi information menu: click Wi-Fi Status
    c. Wi-Fi status can be blank for the first time
    d. Click Refresh Status

    Note 4: My Phone Wi-Fi connection IP address range typically is as the mentioned IP addresses below,

    Note 5: if you get any other sequence of IP addresses which keep getting reassigned to your phone, you can just change the IP address in the w.bat file.

    Note 6: This is a brute-force method, which eliminates all manual labor to keep finding IP address and connecting to Eclipse / Wi-Fi.

    SUCCESS Note 7: So in short, the regular activity would be something like this:

    Step 1. Connect PC and Wi-Fi via a cable
    Step 2. Start CMD - to go to Windows DOS prompt
    Step 3. Type "w"
    Step 4. Find connected command in the output
    Step 5. Success, remove cable and start using Eclipse
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  • csdnceshi63 elliott.david 2016-05-18 06:40

    For all , this , there exists a better method (EASIEST METHOD) :

    1 ) A plugin for Android studio exits , called Android wifi ADB

    2) Go to file -> settings -> Plugins -> Browse Repositories

    3) Look for Android WiFi ADB , click on INSTALL , and then restart on prompt

    4) You will see a new icon , which is your new plugin .

    Now to make this work :

    5) Go to your phone's developer option and enable DEBUGGING (must)


    7) Attach your phone via USB , and make sure , both phone and your pc/laptop are connected to the same network (either hotspot or wifi)


    9) Your phone get's detected and get's connected over wifi/hotspot , and hence now you may disconnect the usb . This is a one time process , hence you may not need to keep phone connected over usb .

    This will save your phone from irregular charges and also , a remedy for short length usb cables .

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  • csdnceshi67 bug^君 2018-01-09 10:31

    Note :- Android Phone must be rooted and no need of usb cable.

    Install wifi adb in android phone from playstore

    link :-https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.ttxapps.wifiadb

    For Windows

    I am using this technique , which is very easy.

    1) download adb :

    link : https://www.dropbox.com/s/mcxw0yy3jvydupd/adb-setup-1.4.3.exe?dl=0

    2) Run exe :- when you see blue screen press y enter . enter image description here

    3) Now open your wifi adb apk , just grant root permission and must be remember you android phone and system on the same network by wifi or hotspot .

    4) Open Wifi adb apk , you will get some ip address like , adb connect Note this ip may be very from system to system , now put this information to your command prompt and hit Enter .

    5) Open cmd from anywhere enter adb connect .

    6) Finally you successfully connected to adb . it will show message like connected to

    For Mac Os

    This is the easiest way and will provide automatic updates.

    1)Install homebrew

    ruby -e "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Homebrew/install/master/install)"

    2)Install adb

    brew cask install android-platform-tools

    3)Start using adb

    adb devices

    4) Open Wifi adb apk , you will get some ip address like , adb connect Note this ip may be very from system to system , now put this information to your terminal and hit Enter .

    5) Open terminal in mac os from anywhere enter adb connect .

    6) Finally you successfully connected to adb . it will show message like connected to

    I hope its help you ,Thank You !

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  • weixin_41568208 北城已荒凉 2015-08-03 09:15

    That is too much simple...

    Step 1:

    connect mobile to laptop (PC)
    find adb path in Eclipse or Go Tast manager (<kbd>Ctrl</kbd> + <kbd>Shift</kbd> + <kbd>Esc</kbd>) -> process -> adb.exe -> right-click -> open file location -> copy the path of the open window (like D:\.....)

    Step 2:

    open cmd and change directory like C:, D:, E:, and G:
     1: C:\Users\UMT>D:
     2: D:\> cd (past path of adb) like (ANDROID eclipse\Eclipse Setup\adt-bundle-windows-x86_64-202\sdk\plat-form-tools) and press enter
     3: Then type `adb tcpip 5555`. Press <kbd>Enter</kbd> ... make sure your mobile connects to the PC

    Step 3:

    Open new cmd and same above, go to the adb directory and type
    adb connect 192.168.x.x(device ip):5555
    press enter now connect it.

    Device IP address: Setting -> About phone -> Status -> IP address

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  • weixin_41568134 MAO-EYE 2016-03-04 01:33

    I use adb shell ip -f inet addr show wlan0 to find the device ip after adb tcpip 5555.

    Newer version deprecated adb netcfg. Thus this is the correct way to find the ip of the device when the interface name is wlan0 (default interface name).

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  • weixin_41568184 叼花硬汉 2017-01-03 08:20

    Connect the device via USB and make sure debugging is working. these steps are taken if you already have installed adb and set it's path in environment varialbe

    1. open cmd and type the following
    2. adb tcpip 5555
    3. find the IP address with adb shell ip route
    4. adb connect DEVICE_IP_ADDRESS:5555
    5. Disconnect USB and proceed with wireless debugging.
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  • csdnceshi70 笑故挽风 2017-01-17 07:53

    Radu Simionescu's answer worked for me. Thank you. For those who are unable to see the ip address of their android device, go to Settings > Wireless > Wi-Fi and then long press the wifi which you are connected to. Then select Modify network config check on Show Advance Options and the scroll to IP address section.

    After installing adb in your system, do run killadd adb and adb start-server to refresh adb. Sometimes we could get issues like here

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  • weixin_41568127 ?yb? 2017-11-18 16:11

    I wrote a simple script for Windows:

    Step 1. Make a batch file with the below commands and call the file wifi_dedug.bat and copy the below contents:

        adb tcpip 5555
        adb shell "ip addr show wlan0  | grep 'inet ' | cut -d' ' -f6|cut -d/ -f1" > tmpFile 
        set /p ip= < tmpFile 
        @echo %ip%
        del tmpFile
        @echo %ip%
        adb connect %ip%

    Step 2. connect your device to pc.

    Step 3. start batch file (key enter when requested)

    Step 4. disconnect your device and deploy/debug via wifi.

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  • csdnceshi56 lrony* 2018-03-29 13:19

    Steps for Android Wifi debugging with ADB:

    $> adb devices   // check all usb debuggable devices connected.
    $> adb -d shell  // Access device shell.
    shell> ifconfig  // Check and copy wifi ip-address eg:
    shell> exit      // Exit from android device shell.
    $> adb tcpip 5000   // open TCP port 5000 (or any available)
    $> adb connect  // connect to device via wifi ip over specific TCP port.
    $> adb devices   // you will get debuggabled android device over wifi.

    Required: Connect your android device to computer via USB with developer mode enabled. Also connect your android device and computer to same wifi router (or use tethering).

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  • weixin_41568183 零零乙 2018-05-01 05:32

    android Wireless Debugging (MAC)

    step 1: go to sdk folder (common path "/Users/macname/Library/Android/sdk/platform-tools") open cmd here run "adb devices" output - List of devices attached

    if adb command not found in cmd type ./adb --help OS X / macOS: typically ~/.profile or ~/.bash_profile Add the following line there and replace the path with the one where you installed platform-tools:

    step 2: $ export PATH="/Users/macname/Library/Android/sdk/platform-tools":$PATH

    step 3: $ adb devices List of devices attached ZH99FF7FTY device

    step 4: $ adb tcpip 5555 restarting in TCP mode port: 5555

    step 5: $ adb connect connected to

    Next Time repeat step 4 and 5 to reconnect Or if Device reboot and not connect follow step again BEST OF LUCK

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  • csdnceshi71 Memor.の 2018-09-28 02:46

    To complete the answer of @usethe4ce, if you have more than one device or emulators, the adb tcpip 5555 will give error: more than one device/emulator.

    In this case you need to give the serial number of the desired device:

    1. adb devices

      List of devices attached

      33001229 device

      emulator-5554 device

    2. adb -s 33001229 tcpip 5555
    3. Find your device's IP in my case I can find it from the device's wifi connected settings.
    4. adb connect xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:5555
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