ADB Tools Connects Your Android Device with ADB over WiFi
Normally anytime you need to connect your Android device to your PC with ADB, you probably scrummage around your drawer a little bit and find that tangled up spare USB cable for your device. Of course, this means that you’ll be limited by this physical cable form factor: untangling it, bending it at the right spot so there’s a connection, moving aside the TV remote, earphones and wallet on the table to make room for your device. So naturally, it wouldn’t hurt if there’s something that’ll make things a little easier, as ADB Tools does.
Developed by XDA Forum Member idragon81, ADB Tools is a handy app that enables you to connect your Android device to your PC with ADB over either USB or WiFi. Of course, the standout feature of this app is that it allows your device to connect wirelessly, and this is done simply by typing in “adb connect” followed by the IP address generated by the app into CMD on your PC. Idragon81 plans to hopefully integrate features such as start service on device startup and widget to toggle mode in the future.
ADB Tools is a simple app with a very practical and useful feature that Android devs will surely appreciate. If you would like to give this a whirl, head over to the ADB Tools application thread for more information.