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Adb forward remote port to local machine

Adb forward remote port to local machine

Adb forward remote port to local machine

Adb forward remote port to local machine

Adb forward remote port to local machine

Adb forward remote port to local machine

Adb forward remote port to local machine

Adb forward remote port to local machine

Adb forward remote port to local machine

Adb forward remote port to local machine

Adb forward remote port to local machine

Adb forward remote port to local machine

Adb forward remote port to local machine

Adb forward remote port to local machine

Adb forward remote port to local machine

Adb forward remote port to local machine

Adb forward remote port to local machine

Adb forward remote port to local machine

Adb forward remote port to local machine

Adb forward remote port to local machine

Adb forward remote port to local machine

Adb forward remote port to local machine

Adb forward remote port to local machine

Adb forward remote port to local machine

Adb forward remote port to local machine

Adb forward remote port to local machine

Adb forward remote port to local machine

Adb forward remote port to local machine

Adb forward remote port to local machine

Adb forward remote port to local machine

Adb forward remote port to local machine

Adb forward remote port to local machine

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using adb or using any other method? I am develop an application to communicate with a desktop application over USB. The desktop application listens for connections on a particular port. The
After a bit of reading, I found that to carry out this automatically, I need to add a config file under ~/.ssh. So I did that on Machine 1 and Machine 2 and here is the content of
Start the port forwader on the remote machine with the command: #!cmd java -jar adbportforward.jar client adblocation=[adb location] remotehost=[ip of machine to which android device is connected] port=[serverport] (port is optional default is 6037) replace [adb location] with the location where the android sdk is located on your system. You can now use adb on the command line and the android plugin in eclipse like the device is locally connected.
adb --help is a lot better: forward [--no-rebind] LOCAL REMOTE forward socket connection using: tcp:<port> (<local> may be "tcp:0" to pick any open port) localabstract:<unix
The ADB way. You can tell ADB to forward a test device port to a development machine port. adb reverse tcp:8085 tcp:8080. That's it. Any call to 127.0.0.1:8085 from your Android test device will be forwarded to the development machine's port 8080. Just keep your local running server running to reply to the connection request.