I'm using an Odroid (rooted) device running Android 5.1.1 on a local network and I'd like to be able to control it via
Currently I'm running this at startup:
setprop service.adb.tcp.port 5555 stop adbd start adbd
This works initially, but I've noticed if works with one connection at a time. If a connection is left open, a second connection won't work. Even though adb says I'm connected, whenever I try to run any command I get an error:
> adb connect 192.168.0.33 connected to 192.168.0.33:5555 > adb shell date error: device offline
What's the easiest to ensure adbd is accessible, even if a connection is left open/hanging by accident ?
I'm thinking about running a script that periodically restarts
adbd but having a short interval
will be very frustrating as I'd need to constantly reconnect. Is there a way to check if a connection
is open, but hanging ? (no data has been received in a while ?)
Alternatively, would it be possible to close the previous connection if a new one is made automatically ?
How would one keep an odroid connectible via adb constantly (regardless of open connections ?)