First install bash as your shell on Android (Refer my older posts here).
Then, download adb putty from here (Link: https://github.com/sztupy/adbputty/downloads)
Download this nifty app from Play store and install it.
Run the app on the phone.
Now, run the following adb command:
adb connect 192.168.2.54:5555
where 192.168.2.54 is the phone’s ip as set by the wifi modem or router (It’s always best to assign IP instead of relying on DHCP)
If you would like to use adb putty (It provides support for bash colors, ls colors etc):
In adb putty set the following:
Hostname/IP: transport-192.168.2.54:5555 Port: 5037 Connection type: adb
Joel G Mathew, known in tech circles by the pseudonym Droidzone, is an opensource and programming enthusiast.
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