Manu J., Jul 20, 2018 : Hey everyone, We have been hearing a lot of community members ask: Why is ADB debugging over Wi-Fi no longer available on OnePlus devices? The network ADB debugging option allows users to debug through a Wi-Fi network. It can send and execute ADB commands without being connected through USB. When network ADB debugging is used in a safe environment such as your home or office Wi-Fi, it shouldn't pose security risks; however, if connected in a public place or through an unsecured Wi-Fi hotspot, hackers could potentially gain access through the network. Malicious programs could then be installed remotely, which poses security risks to private data and accounts. For example, according to a verified report - a large number of 5555 network ADB ports are being monitored: Https://doublepulsar.com/root-bridg...ces-now-have-no-security-and-are-b46a68cb0f20 Here at OnePlus, your security is incredibly important to us. In order to protect the privacy information and account security of our users, we removed the network ADB debugging option to prevent the users' mobile phones from being monitored. As the network security environment has become increasingly severe, other major Android device manufacturers have also opted to remove the network ADB debugging option. Tip: If you'd like to continue to use the ADB debugging function, it is recommended to use a USB cable to connect to your computer for ADB debugging.