REJOICE MOBILE DEVELOPERS, THE TIME HAS COME

WiFi Build & Debug on Xamarin is officially here with Android 11

No more cables on your tables

Wireless build and debug for Android is a feature mobile developers have been waiting for years, especially since iOS enabled wireless debugging years ago. From Android 11, the process has been simplified and you can finally get rid of wired build and debugging!

There’s a few steps involved, but luckily you just have to do it once per wireless…

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