Hi Jek666, right now I am having the same problem. I tried to use also AIO Tweaks but the ADB menu showed me errors because of missing binaries. Did you fix it somehow?Missing adb binaries
i've been fiddling around for a while with the latest AIO tweaks, on my Mazda2 with FW 56.00.100 EU: it's the first time i tried Android Auto, but after finding out i'm not quite into it :undecided:, i went over to try castscreen to see if i like it better.
Unfortunately, i can't seem to make it work in a permanent way: with USB cable and casting to 127.0.0.1 it plainly doesn't work, while if i hotspot with my phone and cast to the client IP it blinks for a second the phone screen on the car display, and shuts down immediatley afterwards...:argh 1:
So, after carefully setting apart some spare time, i was all excited to test out the troubleshooting described in the castscreen FAQs, only to find out that the files for the Android Debug Bridge are not where they are supposed to be, that being /jci/scripts/:
i tried running adb form a random folder, i got 'file not found', so i figured it was not in my current $PATH;
so i cd '/jci/script && ls -l adb*' and the result is that there are no files starting with adb, which from what i read around should be more than one.
At this point, i'm guessing the castscreen doesn' work because the linux machine cannot be identified as an authorized debug device, not because of a permisison issue, but because of the lacking of adb :confused1 1:
Is there a particular function of the AIO tweaks installer that i'm missing, that puts these binaries where they should be?
I also thought of looking for the package on the net and then scp them, but then i realized i don't actually know which architecture is the Mazda host, so i don't know for which platform should they be compiled...
Any pointing in the right direction will be much appreciated, Thanks!