Solutions to Cannot Connect Due to ADB Conflict IssueViews : 65341 Replies : 27 Likes : 8 2017-05-25 05:36 #1
If there is adb conflict of our program and other programs, it will cause the connection failure. You will see that either our program’s adb procedure is not working, or it constantly restarts and flashes. To check and solve the problem, please follow the instruction below. Before that, please make sure our program is running.
Please also update your program to the latest version before checking the following things:
- Press “Windows Logo Key” and “R” simultaneously on the keyboard.
- The “Run” window will appear, type in “cmd” and press “OK”.
- After a new window opens, copy and paste the command into it: netstat -ano|findstr 5037, and press Enter to operate.
- Wait for the process to finish. Then scroll up and find all the lines with “LISTENING”. Remeber all the numbers at the end of them.
- Open Task Manager, go to “Details”. Under the row of “PID”, find the exact numbers. In the front of the numbers, you can see all the procedures which are using the adb.
- Only when our procedure “ApowersoftAndroidDaemon.exe” is the only one that is using the adb can you connect your phone successfully. If there are other procedures using the adb at the same time, it will result in the adb conflict. Therefore, you need to close the other procedures occupying the adb and only keep our procedure “ApowersoftAndroidDaemon.exe”. If our procedure is not running, please restart our program.
- If other procedure will restart by itself after you close it, please right click it and choose “Open file location”. Check which program it belongs and then uninstall that program.
Once it’s done, please restart our program and connect again. Thank you!
evanscene_blackwoodParticipant2019-04-04 01:34 #3
I just ran into the “Failed to connect” issue.
I followed your guide and ended up installing the Drivethelife application on my desktop and updated all the drivers.
After this, I restarted my computer and restarted the Apowermirror application.
I then attempted to connect using USB, and everything seemed to be normal.
This time around it told me to turn on the USB debugger option, which was already enabled so I thought it was odd.
I assumed I had to re-enable the USB debugger option and did so, as well as reconnecting my phone to my computer.
But now I’m stuck on my first issue.
“Failed to connect”.
michailfink1Participant2019-04-15 06:59 #6
I NEED HELP
Ada Reed :
Sorry for the inconvenience. Would you please follow the guide here to check on the possible problems and solutions: https://www.apowersoft.com/community/topic/solutions-to-android-cannot-connect-to-apowermirror-via-usb.html?
If it doesn't help, please let us know. Thank you!
- 2019-04-15 20:29 Reply
- Ada Reed :
luis_hapParticipant2019-04-20 18:00 #7
I have an S9+, after trying everything recommended by yoy troubleshooting guide I still can not connect via USB, it goes all the way to 13% and then I get the error message. I see too many people having the same issue with no solution…
t.bonkParticipant2019-05-09 09:55 #9
same problem … no connection via usb with huawei p20 lite … please gimme a hint how to solve the problem. usb debugging was turned off
Sunny Alex :
Sorry for the inconvenience. Would you please follow the guide here to check on the possible problems and solutions:https://www.apowersoft.com/community/topic/solutions-to-android-cannot-connect-to-apowermirror-via-usb.html? Thank you.
- 1 year, 11 months ago Reply
- Sunny Alex :
bigParticipant2019-11-07 04:55 #11
having the same issue as everyone else. is there a fix for this?
muhammadaliyya19Participant2020-01-14 06:57 #13
Hello, i had the same problem, my device (Fujitsu F01J) cant connect to PC, the app in PC detect my device as (FO1J). I have activate the usb debugging, but the apps in pc says “Failed to connect” every the loading bar reach 27%. any solutions? Thanks.
PS. In the other apps (Android Studio) my device is detected as “Unknown Device” is the problem is in my phone?