I have Android-x86 (version 9.0-r2) running in a Lenovo MIIX-320 and I have another PC running Linux. From the Linux host I can connect to any other Android device using an USB cable . But I can't connect to the Lenovo. Googling around I noticed that the vast majority of people connect to Android-x86 host via ADB using the network, what is not an option in this case. Is there any service in the Android-x86 that I should use to allow ADB connections using USB?
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USB is a master-slave system. The USB ports of a PC work as master. When connecting two PCs via USB both PCs want to work as master which don't work. I am not sure if a software like Android x86 can on software level "reprogram" one USB port as USB slave so that communication is possible. Another problem is that an USB PC-PC connection is physically impossible unless you are using USB-C.– RobertApr 28, 2020 at 7:00
In this case I'm using USB Type C.– Alexandre AndradeApr 28, 2020 at 8:53
Then this question also applies to you: Is it possible to connect two PCs via USB C?– RobertApr 28, 2020 at 8:57
check if you have such setting in developer options: Plugging phone into laptop charges laptop instead of phone also this might helpful: Terminal emulator on Android device: Can I communicate with the terminal on my Linux machine over bluetooth?– alecxsApr 28, 2020 at 12:14
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