Android M - the Only thing that worked I spent 2.5 days trying to get ADB to work on my Nexus 6... via Linux Mint 17.1 but later realized that the kernel of my ROM did not allow ADBD to run in insecure mode. Typing: "ADB devices" always returned "unauthorized" But after I enabled insecure mode... my device connected. Works on Android M for my Nexus 4/6/7 It didn't even need a RSA Key... Thanks Chainfire.
What more to say!? Once again Chainfire has hit the bulls-eyes, nail on the head, [insert more 'on target' idioms here]. When i need a particular job done, I now search first for "Chainfire" apps. Great job once again and please keep up the excellent work.
Thank You Thank you for being thee KickAss dev all the others emulate. If we were in the same state i would buy u a beer in person, needless to say, this one's on me... 🍻 cheers‼‼❗
Always just always This is like number 10 app I've used from chainfire works like a charm. Just need more compatibility with Droid explorer so I can use all its features and I have the worst galaxy note 3 from verizon
Yep, that did the trick. Helped bypass APK installation issues with a dodgy 3rd party kernel. No fuss, thanks!
Does not work for Oxygen OS (Android 7.1.1). Activating adb insecure gives no error, says it's active, but device does not show up on adb anymore until you reboot the phone.
- Android 5.0 support
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