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Famoco handheld device

Here's a step-by-step guide to set up ADB (Android Debug Bridge) over TCP/IP

1/ Ensure that you have ADB installed: ADB is included in the SDK platform-tools package.

ADB Drivers For Windows

2/ Use the Famoco USB cable to connect your Android device to your computer. Make sure USB debugging is enabled on your device. (accept the pop up)

  • Famoco Android 8 device: Settings > System > About phone > click 7 times on "Build number". Then Settings > System > Developer options.

  • Famoco Android 10 device: Settings > About phone > click 7 times on "Build number". Then Settings > Developper options.

3/ On your computer, open a command prompt (Windows) or terminal (macOS or Linux).

4/ Navigate to the platform-tools directory: In the command prompt or terminal, navigate to the directory where the ADB executable is located. By default, it should be in the "platform-tools" directory of the Android SDK installation. For example, on Windows, you can use the command cd C:\Program Files (x86)\ClockworkMod\Universal Adb Driver if you have installed the ADB drivers above.

5/ Verify ADB recognizes your device: Run the command adb devices to ensure that ADB recognizes your connected Android device. You should see your device listed along with its unique Famoco ID. If you see the device, you're ready to proceed.

6/ Enable TCP/IP mode: Run the command adb tcpip to enable TCP/IP mode on your device. Replace with the port number you want to use for the ADB connection (e.g., 5555). For example, adb tcpip 5555.

7/ Disconnect the USB cable: After enabling TCP/IP mode, disconnect the USB cable from your Android device.

8/ Find the IP address of your Android device: On your Android device, go to "Settings" > "About phone" > "Status". Look for the "IP address" or "Wi-Fi IP address" entry and note down the IP address.

9/ Connect to the Android device over TCP/IP: In the command prompt or terminal on your computer, run the command adb connect <device-ip>:<port>. Replace with the IP address of your Famoco device, and with the port number you used in step 6. For example, adb connect

10/ Verify the connection: ADB will attempt to connect to your Android device over TCP/IP. If successful, you should see a message indicating a successful connection.

11/ Test the connection: To verify that the ADB over TCP/IP connection is working, you can run a simple command such as adb devices. You should see your device listed along with its Famoco ID.

12/ That's it! You have now set up ADB over TCP/IP. You can now use ADB commands to interact with your Famoco device wirelessly. Remember that the TCP/IP connection may not persist after device restarts, so you may need to repeat some of the steps if you lose the connection.

Famoco validator device

Device OS Download link version
FX925,1 Android 8.1 download 1.5.0
FX925F,1 Android 8.1 download 1.5.0
  • Install the last release of adb-over-tcpip app on your Famoco device. (depending on the model)
  • Disconnect your fx device from the USB port of your computer if it's not already done.
  • Enable the Wifi on your device. Your device must be connected to the local network.
  • Then, you can enable the adb over tcpip with the adb-over-tcpip android app.
  • After that, on your computer connected by Wifi, you should be able to do

adb connect ip_of_your_device:5555