I need to connect 10 device via usb at once. Does adb detect multiple android devices connected via usb hub? I have explored connecting via tcpip one by one using the existing ports, but the problem is if the LAN is not very stable , it gets disconnected and I have to connect all over again. If I could connect all my devices via usb hub I wont have that issue.

I have gone through this issue: Using USB peripherals with hardware debug

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    ADB should detect multiple devices (check using adb devices) on USB, have you tried it? However, it depends on the USB hub and ports whether they provide enough power for multiple devices to be detected. – Andrew T. Jan 2 at 6:44
  • afaik all devices must set to same port (5037 or 5555) and connected via -s <serialno> – alecxs Jan 2 at 8:36
  • A related post on Stackoverflow says that by default adb can handle up to 15 devices. If you need more you have to start separate instances of adb. – Robert Jan 2 at 10:09
  • @AndrewT. That's what the question is for, if you can check adb devices and update the answer, I can place an order for a USB hub on amazon. – Boladin Jan 3 at 6:13
  • @Robert Yes I have gone through that answer, but doesn't answer whether the devices connected via hub are automatically detected or do we need some sort of driver to get it going. – Boladin Jan 3 at 6:16

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