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adb not working #74

tonyp opened this issue Apr 16, 2013 · 3 comments

adb not working #74

tonyp opened this issue Apr 16, 2013 · 3 comments


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tonyp commented Apr 16, 2013

adb isn't working for me.
I set everything up but get a "PuTTY Fatal Error" with:
"adb failure message: 'device not found'"

I added transport-usb to the Host Name, the port is 5037.
Same setup works perfectly fine in FuTTY and PuTTy adb (from xda).

Any idea?

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xurubin commented Apr 28, 2013

The code handling adb transport is buggy so it won't recognize "transport-usb". Use the device's serial no as host name would allow you to connect. Serial number can be found through "adb devices".

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tonyp commented Apr 28, 2013

Thank you, this does indeed work. I can finally ditch Futty :)

@FauxFaux as I said, it works in Futty so you might want to compare the code (whenever you get the time).

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FauxFaux added a commit that referenced this issue Aug 19, 2013
Well, I feel like a dick; after implementing this stuff myself I
remembered this issue, and that @xurubin had already come up with a fix
for it: c92eb0d.

I'm going to go with building on my previous commit, as it enables the
adb-shell-style commands I was originally going for.
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transport-usb, transport-any and transport-local should now work. I completely forgot about this, sorry @xurubin. b4c77f5

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