# Secure Remote ADB
Developer should be able to debug their devices remotely without even physical association with the device. ADB is android tool that help you to get take actions on the device, get the device or application logs and help you in resolving customer or in-field issues right by sitting remotely in your office.
This document tells you how you can remotely connect to device via secure adb channel. We will be using esper-cli command line tool which internally uses esperSDK APIs to provide the secure access between your host machine and device.
Remote access to the device can be done from anywhere in the world using espercli and doesn't have to be in the same network.
# Steps to connect to secure remote adb
On to Esper Dashboard
https://foo.esper.cloud, Go to
Devicestab, then to your device and to
At the bottom of the page, Click
On to your android device, connect via usb cable and enable adb over tcpip by following command:
adb tcpip 5555
Disconnect usb cable from the device. You should be able to connect adb via port 5555 over tcp
Setup esper-cli and configure for your environment on to the host machine.
Check your espercli version: espercli -v
#espercli -v Esper CLI is Command line tool for the Esper APIs: 0.0.5 Cement Framework 3.0.2 Python 3.7.3 Platform Darwin-18.0.0-x86_64-i386-64bit
Make sure it is >= 0.0.5 to use secure-adb feature.
Upgrade to the latest version of espercli using the following command:
pip install -U espercli
Copy your device id from esper dashboard information tab or from your device bottom left most. It looks like SNA-SNL-1234.
Use espercli to connect to Device:
#espercli secureadb connect -d SNA-SNL-1234 Initiating Remote ADB Session. This may take a few seconds... Secure ADB Client Please connect ADB client to the following endpoint: 127.0.0.1 : 62945 If adb-tools is installed, please run the command below: adb connect 127.0.0.1:62945
Now connect your device via port number obtained above on localhost.
adb connect 127.0.0.1:62945
You are connected to adb.
Now onwards until device is rebooted, You would be able to connect to the device remotely using espercli. Post reboot you have to do Step 1-8 again