Shrimadhav U K

don't have USB cables ... ?

We all must have faced this problem, at least once in our life.

At least I had faced this problem today. Suppose a person, who is not a developer wants to make a simple Android application, but he does not have a USB cable to see the live application on his phone, Then what can he do?

Presenting to you, an application that can allow you to enable USB debugging without any USB cables, through a Wi-Fi connection.

If you are using a CyanogenMod device, this feature is already enabled on your device.

If your device is ROOTed, then you can use the following application.

If none of the above cases apply to you, Then

  • somehow get a USB cable for two minutes

  • connect it.

  • enable USB debugging.

  • open a Terminal and type

    adb tcpip 5555

  • Now, disconnect the USB cable. The above steps are valid till you restart your phone

  • Next, run the following commands.

adb kill-server

  • Now, launch Android Studio or Eclipse and resume your Application Development work.