adbLink 4.3: Windows/Mac/Linux Companion for Kodi
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(2016-06-12, 19:31)tfwise Wrote: Thank you for your reply. I have triple checked my IP address. I don't understand how I am able to stream movies over my network but cannot connect via adblink.


adbLink is a "front-end" for the command-line adb.exe program. What it does is build command strings and pass them to the adb.exe program, provided by Google. adb.exe (Android Debug Bridge) must have a path to your device in order to connect. If you can't ping your device, you don't have a network path. This isn't an adb/adbLink problem, it's an issue with your network. There could be dozens of reasons why you can't ping your device, the first thing I'd check is your device subnet.

The AFTV IP subnet in your log is 192.168.1; Check your computer's IP and make sure the subnet matches, i.e. it should be 192.168.1 as well. You may want to reboot your router and device and see if that helps.

(2016-06-12, 19:31)tfwise Wrote: Can you point me in the direction of how to setup stickmount? Does it have to be rooted? Isn't there a AFTV that cannot be rooted? I am sure I have that one! Mine is Fire OS 5.2.1.0

Stickmount does require root. Your AFTV may be able to be rooted. For general FireTV support in rooting/setting up your network, etc I suggest you post at http://forum.xda-developers.com/fire-tv
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