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......@@ -9,7 +9,7 @@ variables:
ADDON_ARMHF: "false"
ADDON_AARCH64_BASE: "hassioaddons/ubuntu-base-aarch64:4.0.1"
ADDON_AMD64_BASE: "hassioaddons/ubuntu-base-amd64:4.0.1"
ADDON_ARMV7_BASE: "hassioaddons/ubuntu-base-armv7:4.0.1"
ADDON_I386_BASE: "hassioaddons/ubuntu-base-i386:4.0.1"
ADDON_AARCH64_BASE: "hassioaddons/ubuntu-base-aarch64:4.0.2"
ADDON_AMD64_BASE: "hassioaddons/ubuntu-base-amd64:4.0.2"
ADDON_ARMV7_BASE: "hassioaddons/ubuntu-base-armv7:4.0.2"
ADDON_I386_BASE: "hassioaddons/ubuntu-base-i386:4.0.2"
......@@ -34,17 +34,15 @@ used to get full local control over your Android (TV) devices.
The installation of this add-on is pretty straightforward and not different in
comparison to installing any other Hass.io add-on.
1. [Add our Hass.io add-ons repository][repository] to your Hass.io instance.
1. Install the "ADB - Android Debug Bridge" add-on.
1. Ensure that your Android device has [developer mode and network debugging](#enabling-developer-mode-on-your-device)
1. Search for the "ADB - Android Debug Bridge" add-on
in the Hass.io add-on store.
2. Install the "ADB - Android Debug Bridge" add-on.
3. Ensure that your Android device has [developer mode and network debugging](#enabling-developer-mode-on-your-device)
enabled.
1. Add the IP addresses of your device(s) to the add-on configuration.
1. Start the "ADB - Android Debug Bridge" add-on.
1. Check the logs of the add-on to see if everything went well.
1. Ready to go!
**NOTE**: Do not add this repository to Hass.io, please use:
`https://github.com/hassio-addons/repository`.
4. Add the IP addresses of your device(s) to the add-on configuration.
5. Start the "ADB - Android Debug Bridge" add-on.
6. Check the logs of the add-on to see if everything went well.
7. Ready to go!
## Configuration
......@@ -120,16 +118,16 @@ to allow this add-on to connect.
To do this, follow these steps on your Android TV device:
1. Press Home and go into Settings.
1. Select and press "About" from the Settings menu.
1. Scroll down to the "Build" information.
1. Select and click on "Build" several times (6-10 times).
1. A dialog appears, saying: "You are now a developer".
1. Press Home and go into Settings again.
1. Select and press "System Preferences" from the Settings menu.
1. Select and press "Developer options".
2. Select and press "About" from the Settings menu.
3. Scroll down to the "Build" information.
4. Select and click on "Build" several times (6-10 times).
5. A dialog appears, saying: "You are now a developer".
6. Press Home and go into Settings again.
7. Select and press "System Preferences" from the Settings menu.
8. Select and press "Developer options".
1. Scroll down to "Debugging".
1. Turn on "Network debugging".
1. Done!
2. Turn on "Network debugging".
3. Done!
Not all devices have the same procedure, so for your device, it might
differ a bit. A quick search on Google would probably lead you towards
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ARG BUILD_FROM=hassioaddons/ubuntu-base:4.0.1
ARG BUILD_FROM=hassioaddons/ubuntu-base:4.0.2
# hadolint ignore=DL3006
FROM ${BUILD_FROM}
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{
"build_from": {
"aarch64": "hassioaddons/ubuntu-base-aarch64:4.0.1",
"amd64": "hassioaddons/ubuntu-base-amd64:4.0.1",
"armv7": "hassioaddons/ubuntu-base-armv7:4.0.1",
"i386": "hassioaddons/ubuntu-base-i386:4.0.1"
"aarch64": "hassioaddons/ubuntu-base-aarch64:4.0.2",
"amd64": "hassioaddons/ubuntu-base-amd64:4.0.2",
"armv7": "hassioaddons/ubuntu-base-armv7:4.0.2",
"i386": "hassioaddons/ubuntu-base-i386:4.0.2"
},
"args": {}
}