I am trying to get the list of USB devices connected to the docker container by executing "docker exec -i alldevices adb devices". This is giving me the results when I am executing this as the ubuntu user after ssh into the Linux server from my Mac. But when this command is executed from a ..
Env: Mac as host A container(image version: ubuntu:16.04) running on the host. Adb version: 1.0.32, running in container. adbkit version: 2.11.1 running in Mac host. Running way: Use usb connect android phone(mi5s plus). Running adbkit usb-device-to-tcp -p $port $deviceid. Run a container using image(ubuntu:16.04). Run adb connect host.docker.internal:$port to connect adbkit. Run adb shell -x ..
I am trying to connect Memu emulator to adb which is in docker container. Host machine – Windows 10 Docker container – Ubuntu 18.04.1 Android emulator rises on port 21503, I try to connect to it, but everything is unsuccessful adb screen on host machine Docker run flags : –privileged -d -p 810:80 -p 21503:21503 ..
Dependency installed: Install docker on my windows 10. Intsll VcXxrv on windows 10. Install adbkit on windows 10 by using npm. install adb tool in docker container. apt-get install android-tools-adb apt-get install android-tools-fastboot Run: Connect phone with usb interface on windows 10. Start adbkit on windows 10. adbkit usb-device-to-tcp -p $port $serial # serial is ..
He problem I’m having is that I have a VM(CENTOS7) running on a server, that VM is our development machine but the devices are plugged in on our local machine… is there a way I can plug my devices locally and access them from the remote VM? this is the schema [server (VM)]—-[lan]—–[localmachine (nexus phone)] ..
I made a dockerized android SDK so I can install my app on the phone entirely through docker. The problem is that whenever I restart my docker container and try to compile and reinstall the app I get: adb: failed to install /workspaces/myapp/myapp_flutter_app/build/app/outputs/flutter-apk/app.apk: Failure [INSTALL_FAILED_UPDATE_INCOMPATIBLE: Package com.myapp.myapp_flutter signatures do not match the previously installed version; ..
Before this is my scenario an illustration of my environment to better understand my problem I have a docker container running in my machine with the following docker-compose configuration services: addb-client: build: context: . dockerfile: Dockerfile ports: – 19000:19000 – 19001:19001 – 19002:19002 tty: true volumes: – “.:/code” From my host I execute the following ..