When no other of these questions are helping me, then this means I need to remove and reinstall Android Studio.
Here’s the error:
Error initializing ADB: Unable to create Debug Bridge:
Unable to start ADB server: adb server version (36) doesn’t match this client;
killing… could not read OK from ADB server
- failed to start daemon error:
cannot connect to daemon ‘C:\Android\Sdk\platform-tools\adb.exe start-server’ failed — run manually if necessary.
There are a couple of solutions depending on what exactly is causing the problem.
So, just follow the following steps.
Step 1:- Close Android-Studio.
Step 2:- Open Command prompt or win + r, type
cmd and press Enter.
Step 3:- Navigate to your
platform-tools, in most of the cases the location is:
but in your case, the location is:
For Mac users the path is
Step 4:- Type
adb.exe start-server, Press Enter
Step 5:- Open Android Studio again.
For Mac the command is just
The problem should be solved!
If the problem persists, then follow these steps-
Step 1:- Close Android Studio.
Step 2:- Press Alt + Ctrl + Del, then choose
Start Task Manager.
Windows Task Manager opens.
Step 3:- Go to the
Step 4:- Look for
adb.exe and select that.
Step 5:- Press
Step 6:- Open Android Studio again.
That’s it. Now your problem must be solved!
But if the problem is still there (which I don’t think will happen), then there is something wrong (or might be missing) in your
To fix that, delete
platform-tools from your computer, then download them again from Official Android Developer website.
Extract the downloaded file.
Now place the extracted file, where
platform-tools were located before deleting.
Default Location of
But in your case, the location is
Answered By – Letsintegreat
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