Ensure that you have Android Debugger Bridge installed on your computer. This tool is necessary for establishing the ADB connection.
Depending on the version of Android you are using, you may need to enable USB or Wi-Fi debugging on your device. The location of this option may vary, so refer to the relevant Android documentation or settings menu.
To establish the ADB connection, you can use either a USB or Wi-Fi connection, depending on the version of Android you are running.
To connect via Wi-Fi, follow these steps:
a. Open your Terminal or command prompt.
b. Use the following command, replacing with the actual local IP address of your Android device:
adb connect <local IP address>:5555
Example: adb connect 192.168.0.100:5555
To establish an ADB connection via USB, follow these steps:
a. Connect your Android device to your computer using a USB cable.
b. Open your console terminal.
c. Run the following command:
This command initiates the ADB connection via USB.
Once the ADB connection is established, you can use Firefox's powerful debugging tools to inspect and debug the TelemetryTV App. Follow these steps:
4.2 In the "This Firefox" section, click on "Connect" next to your device listed on the left side of the screen.
Now, you have access to Firefox's comprehensive suite of development tools, enabling you to debug and analyze the TelemetryTV App effectively.
By leveraging these tools, you can identify and address any issues, ensuring optimal performance and functionality of the TelemetryTV App.
Please note that the steps described above may vary slightly depending on your specific version of Firefox.
Updated about 2 months ago