When I tried to push my apk file into a tablet, I got this error, please help me out.
adb server is out of date. killing... * daemon started successfully * error: insufficient permissions for device.
Thanks in advance for the help.
I've seen this same error sometimes on Ubuntu. A working workaround for this is running adb with
Also, be sure you selected "USB debugging" mode in the Application settings (in GingerBread) or in Development section ( in IceCream Sandwich and above). If adb is already running, you should first kill it with the command
Hope this will help.
I ran into this same problem. Adding a udev rule as indicated here did the trick:
Log in as root, create a file
In this example, the vendor ID is HTC. You need to use the vendor ID for your device, which can be obtained by running
In this example your vendor ID would be
Now assign read permissions on the files, reload udev and reload the adb daemon:
You may have to disconnect and connect again your device to the USB port.
These two simple commands solved the problem for me:
Note that unlike semi-newbie's answer I don't need
I just run through the same issue but here is how i was able to go through it:
Not sure if you know, but there is a package that includes adb. I mention this because i noticed that you are getting a reference to an older version of adb. You may install by issuing the following in your command line:
I hope this helps.
It could be from another reason. I just get this error trying to install an apk on device:
It happened because the device was not ready on the correct mode. The device was sharing its 4G connexion via USB.
It can be known like that :
So it was enough to disable the connexion sharing on the phone and start again.
In general, make sure having the following result via the
In these cases, no need to kill or restart the adb server.
It probably would be the same situation if you've mounted the device for data transfer via USB