How to connect your Network Radio to you PC/MAC and have remote acces to your Network Radio
- Launch the Settings application on your phone.
- Tap the About Phone option generally near the bottom of the list (this is hidden behind the “System” option in Google’s latest Android Oreo version).
- Then tap the Build Number option 7 times to enable Developer Mode. You will see a toast message when it is done.
- Now go back to the main Settings screen and you should see a new Developer Options menu you can access.
- Go in there and enable the USB Debugging mode option.
6. You are partially done with the phone setup process. Next up, you will need to scroll below and follow the rest of the instructions for your particular operating system:.
2. Computer Setup
- Program to remote acces your devices over USB:
www.vysor.io: download & Install
- Windows Drivers to let your device speak with your PC:
adb.clockworkmod.com download & Install
- Mac Drivers Drivers to let your device speak with your Mac:
- On your phone’s screen, you should see a prompt to allow or deny USB Debugging access. Naturally, you will want to grant USB Debugging access when prompted (and tap the always allow check box if you never want to see that prompt again).
2. In Vysor you will see the view button turn green.
3. Click on it, a second screen will pop up that makes connection with your device
4. The first time it takes a while because it needs to install de vysor.apk on your device
5. You’ll see your device homescreen, and you are good to go.
- Download the ADB ZIP file for macOS
- Extract the ZIP to an easily-accessible location (like the Desktop for example).
- Open Terminal.
- To browse to the folder you extracted ADB into, enter the following command:
- cd /path/to/extracted/folder/
- For example, on my Mac it was this:
- cd /Users/Doug/Desktop/platform-tools/
- Once the Terminal is in the same folder your ADB tools are in, you can execute the following command to launch the ADB daemon:
- adb devices
- On your device, you’ll see an “Allow USB debugging” prompt. Allow the connection.
8. Finally, re-enter the command from step #7.
If everything was successful, you should now see your device’s serial number in macOS’s Terminal window.
Congratulations! You can now run any ADB command on your device and Use Vysor
- Never turn off USB Debugging: Especially on Screen-less devices otherwise you need the Flash the rom and that’s a whole different ball game to setup!
- Keep the Transfer Protocol to MPT! Especially on Screen-less devices otherwise you need the Flash the rom and that’s a whole different ball game to setup!
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