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I'm testing my app on my real device. Just a day ago adb install .apk works perfect. But now it takes a lot of time just about 5-10 minutes for installing 7 MB of apk.

Note: I'm not using wired connection, I'm using adb tcpip 5555 to serve without wire. As it works grate when connect with cable.

I have done every thing which i know: Restarting Device, Revoking Certificates, turning on-off USB debugging and reconnecting over network.

If i am doning anything wrong please guide me.

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  • You can try to use adb push for uploading the file and them adb shell pm install <pkfile> on device. This way you can learn if uploading (-> Wifi) or installing is the problem.
    – Robert
    Feb 17 at 12:01
  • hey! thanks for your help but i cannot run build from android studio as it only run adb install .apk
    – Adarsh Raj
    Feb 17 at 15:26
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    If you are in Android Studio then just generate the APK and install it manually.
    – Robert
    Feb 17 at 20:35

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I JUST GOT MY ANSWER!!

I was connecting my phone with internal ip (92.168.*), i don't why but this was issue and when i connect my phone over public (25.43.*) it just work!! :D

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    Thanks for contributing your solution, Adarsh – that's the spirit! <3 Could you please clarify what you mean by "internal" and "public"? Of course you can "sanitize" any IP addresses used (e.g. 127.0.0.1 doesn't need that, but e.g. 192.168.* would make clear it's a "private network" all your home devices are connected to, or 123.123.*.* could stand for any IP accessible from the "outer world". I'm especially wondering if you really needed the latter.
    – Izzy
    Mar 1 at 23:01
  • I have edited my answer but now there is speed issue, can i get any help?
    – Adarsh Raj
    Mar 2 at 10:32
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    Thanks for th dit! You meant 192.168.* for the internal one guess? The leading 1 somehow got lost. Still strange that you have to use the public address. As for the speed issue: Maybe asking a separate question (linking to this one here for context)?
    – Izzy
    Mar 2 at 22:33

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