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IDProjectCategoryView StatusLast Update
00313442.x IDE BugsBuild Amazon FirePublic2019-09-12 09:36
ReporterDanAssigned ToCoreTech 
PriorityHighSeverityB - MajorReproducibility100%
Status AssignedResolutionOpen 
PlatformAmazon FireOSWindows 10OS Version1903
Product Version2.2.3 
Target Version2.3.0Fixed in Version 
Summary0031344: Build Amazon: Can't use networked Amazon Fires because the port isn't being passed to ADB
DescriptionGMS2 won't make connections to networked Amazon Fires because the port isn't being passed to ADB during the build. This is clearly written in the compiler log, as you can see in the attached screenshot. Your build can then end up stuck "in progress" until you manually stop it, with the output log showing:

X://bin/GMAssetCompiler.exe DONE (0)
error: device '10.36.11.234' not found

Note that the IDE currently has an issue with adding networked Fire devices in the first place - 0031342
Steps To Reproduce(Check with me first that the Fire TV is on, etc.)
1. Connect to the device as shown in 0031342
2. Try to run any project on the device
Repro: 100%
Additional InformationUsing the Android target instead of Amazon Fire has the same issue, but at least catches the lack of a device and finishes the build with a compile error:

C:\androidsdk\platform-tools\adb connect "10.36.11.234"
missing port in specification: tcp:10.36.11.234


C:\androidsdk\platform-tools\adb DONE (0)
C:\androidsdk\platform-tools\adb devices
List of devices attached



C:\androidsdk\platform-tools\adb DONE (0)
OptionsIni
PlatformOptions
Error : no device connected!
Igor complete.


(A restart of the IDE seems to have sorted the builds getting stuck on the Amazon target also.)
TagsIDE, igor
2.x IDE Found In2.2.3.436
2.x Runtime Found In2.2.3.344
2.x IDE Verified In
2.x Runtime Verified In

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child of 0031342 AssignedCoreTech Device Manager: Won't make connections to networked Amazon Fires because the port isn't being passed to ADB