The fiber will pause until the command has completed.
The command should be formatted as it would when executed at a shell prompt (without
that includes proper escaping. Use the cliEncode function when including a filename or other text as an argument.
A device requires authentication before it allows an ADB host, such as this block, to connect.
The host send a 2048-bit RSA public key to the device, which the user has to confirm, thereafter the host uses its private key to sign a “challenge-response”.
Click the Install generated key button to create such a key-pair, or create it elsewhere,
e.g. with a tool like
openssl, then install it in system Security settings.
Once an alias of an installed key has been chosen, the system will grant Automate perpetual usage, but the secret/private key material remain inaccessible, e.g. to export or backup.
A device needs to be configured to accept TCP/IP connections, please read ADB. A device may only allow a single ADB host to be connected at a time, disconnect the USB cable.
Privacy warning! The ADB protocol is not encrypted, don’t connect to a remote device over a public network.