I would like to know what IP-address my Android phone has. E.g. if I use my phone over WiFi, how can I get the local IP-address that is assigned to my phone?
The easy way is to go to your WiFi Settings, and hit
The cool way is to dial
from your desktop is the best option if you're already developing for Android and have
This is also mentioned at: Is there a command or application similar to ipconfig?
You could also install a terminal emulator like Teriminal Emulator from Jack Palevich, open it and type:
If all you want it so SSH into the device,
If you are developing a server app, the most user-friendly thing to do would be to show the device's IPs on some
The easiest way is using a tool like e.g. OS Monitor, which shows you (amongst others) also a lot of network details:
As the screenshot shows, this app reveals for each network interface:
¹ interface names might be handled differently on different devices. But in most cases you can tell from the IP where it belongs to. Furthermore,
The IP Address Widget displays a small widget on your home screen with your IP address. I've been using if for a couple of weeks.
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