Makeroid Starter v1.0 for Windows


(Pavitra Golchha) #1

Get it from

Installing Python is now not required as mentioned here

This program doesn’t include ADB executables which you have to install manually and add it to %PATH% environment variable.


Live test with usb
(KrishuTech) #2

it doesn’t works


This is no error or problem description…

(MRB) #4

That’s great :heart_eyes:
what about mac ?

(Diego Barreiro Pérez) #5

It’s already in progress

(Daniel) #6

I don’t know why, but i somehow cannot get it work. ADB does recognize it, but the starter cannot. I tired it with
Windows 10,
Nubia n1 lite running Android 6.0

(Pavitra Golchha) #7

Show the output shown in the starter.

(Franck G) #8

It doesn’t work for me.

Windows 10, I added ADB to the environment variables using the link.
OnePlus 5T, Android 8.1, Oxygen OS Beta17, USB Debug enabled

(Kanishka Chakraborty) #9

Have you authorized access from your PC? ADB has to be authorized for each and every device… Use the shell and adb devices to check.

(Karan Jadoun) #10

What is makeroid starter?

(Franck G) #11

Indeed, I never received the request for authorization, and I was wondering how to receive it!
That’s the problem!
How can I receive the request for authorization?

EDIT : I’ve been looking everywhere for ways to authorize the device if the notification doesn’t appear, and I couldn’t get it to appear. So I can’t authorize my device:(

(Pavitra Golchha) #12

Do you see this option in Dev settings? Click it and you should receive the auth request.

(Kanishka Chakraborty) #13

Try turning USB debugging off. Revoke all authorizations. Then, try again.

(Franck G) #14

This is what I found on the internet, I tried several times I did not receive the request.
I just tried again, always the same: nothing

(Nathan) #15

The only thing I could thing of is try a new USB pr backup and factory reset your device, try USB first.

(Nitinsharmayt) #16

HOw to use

(Etienne LL) #17

Also got this error.

The only thing you can do is put Makeroid starter.exe into the adb folder.
Then create a shortcut to run it :slight_smile:

Works 100%

(Akza) #18

How about GNU/Linux?

(David Ningthoujam) #19

oh god why u give me this

Just posted for fun lmao

(Kanishka Chakraborty) #20

Try WINE, or even Anbox. If you have enough RAM, use the Android Studio AVD.