How do I enable and disable security ADB on an Android system?
The versions later than Android JB 4.2.2 introduce a public-key authentication policy when connecting to a PC host via ADB. This feature keeps the ADB offline until the device and PC pass authentication.
With security ADB enabled, you will need Android SDK Platform-tools on the PC host side higher than revision 16.0.2 to make a valid ADB connection. Otherwise, the PC cannot connect the device over ADB (the status is always offline).
With the latest Platform-tools, the device displays a dialogue to remind you to allow ADB to connect or not when connecting the device with the PC through ADB.
Then, you need to select “OK” to allow the PC to connect your devices. If you select “Cancel,” the ADB connection is rejected. For running the CTS, you need to select “Always allow from this computer. “Otherwise, the device still needs your confirmation during each reboot. To disable it, delete this line or comment as follows: