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How To Debug Your Android App Over Wi-Fi

A lot of Android developers out there will feel pretty annoyed about the constant use of USB connection to debug your app on a physical device. Luckily, I came across this method to debug over Wi-Fi and it is really simple to setup and use.

Setup Steps:

  1. For the last time connect your device using USB cable and execute:
adb tcpip 5555
  1. While the phone is connected execute:
adb connect <your-device-IP>

That’s all you need. Now un-plug your USB cable and Android Studio. Happy Coding!


Q: Where can I find the device IP?

A: Go to Settings -> Wi-Fi -> Advanced Settings and you will find it at the end of the page.

Q: Where is the adb command?

A: /platform-tools/adb