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Push Files With ADB Over Wifi Widget for Android
If you are not too much into the 1 click apps and still like to work with Android the way it was intended, XDA member bohlool has developed a little tool for you. You just got a new recovery, but have no cable and would love to push this into your device to play with it. This widget will allow you to use adb via wifi, just as if you were connected with a physical cable to your computer, just by clicking a button. It can work both via regular Wifi or even via a Hotspot connection, so you will have plenty of options to connect the device to your computer. There are bugs reported were SU mode will slow down the app, but the dev seems inclined to fixing these.
Please leave some feedback and bug reports so that the dev can see if the app works properly or not.
A Widget to quickly enable/disable ADB over wifi. It will work over WIFI or Hotspot. IP and Port information will be shown on the icon. SU access may needed depends on your ROM and in that case, it would be slower (experimental).
If it didn’t work, please email me, we will work it out.
You can find more information in the widget thread.
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