In pictures, how to enable USB ADB on a Sony Smartwatch. Quite straightforward steps and very similar to how you will enable same on other Android Wear or mobile phone devices.

Steps to Enable ADB:

  • Open up the menu
  • Go to Settings
  • Go to About
  • Scroll down to Build number and tap 7 times
And that's it. Now if you go back to settings and you should be able to find "Developer options" right beneath  "About". From here you can enable ADB debugging via USB, Bluetooth and other settings.

Just a nagging issue sometimes experienced in Android studio, when you can seem to build the app and all seems okay but build fails on "Configure Build" right after "Configure Settings". Restarting the IDE didn't fix it for me. Here was what fixed it in my case.

For this fix, you need not go through the stress of invalidating cache and restart, the simple fix was, closing all the projects presently opened in the IDE (go to File -> Close Project), Do this for all the open instances of Android Studio till you're left with the "Welcome screen". Open and reopening your project from the welcome screen and all works again, happened several times this week, this was the only weird set of activity that fixed it quickly in my case.

Android Studio, Welcome Screen.