Badrappan, Jeevaka <jeevaka.badrappan(a)intel.com> 於 2019年9月24日 週二 下午11:32寫道：
> On 9/24/19 4:51 AM, Chih-Wei Huang wrote:
> > Badrappan, Jeevaka <jeevaka.badrappan(a)intel.com> 於 2019年9月23日
> >>> Hello;
> >>> After I synced Celadon Q, I noticed adb over wifi does not seem to
> >>> work anymore. When trying to connect, I get 'connection
> >>> Does someone know if there are some build options or perhaps
> >>> modifications to security options to make it work?
> >> Try the following commands.
> >> adb shell setprop service.adb.tcp.port 5555 go to CarSetting
> >> developer, re-start usb-debug adb connect <ip>:5555
> > Have you really tested it?
Yes tested on KBL NUC commercial device which has adb over usb working.
> > Actually the property has already been set in current init.*.rc:
> > on boot
> > ...
> > # adb over ethernet
> > setprop service.adb.tcp.port 5555
> > But it still doesn't work.
Vendor init can't set the system property. So, even if it is set in
service.adb.tcp.port, it won't be set properly. You can confirm that by querying the
adb shell getprop
Of course I've confirmed the property is set by default.
I meant, I didn't set it manually.
You can check yourself:
getprop | grep 5555
> I tried re-starting usb-debug in 'developer options' to
see if it matters but it
> still gives 'connection refused'. I could not do the 'adb shell'
> since that requires a working adb connection.
Could you share the device you are using and also the BIOS version?