Android Studio 4.1 Plugin Error: Plugin * is incompatible (supported only in IntelliJ IDEA)

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Some older plugins are no longer compatible with the latest Android Studio (4.1 right now). Also, they seem to have changed the location of the plugins folder with this new version.

You will have to uninstall the plugin. In my case, I couldn't see the plugin listed in the IDE settings. I had to manually find and delete the file.

Currently, plugins are located in the following directories (make sure to change the android version number in the path if your software version is different; versions below 3 are located differently as detailed here):

Windows (ctrl+L in the explorer then paste it): %APPDATA%\Google\AndroidStudio4.1\plugins

MacOS: ~/Library/Application Support/Google/AndroidStudio4.1/plugins

linux: ~/.config/Google/AndroidStudio4.1/plugins or ~/.local/share/Google/AndroidStudio4.1/

Delete the plugins there and the error should be gone.

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  1. Download the plugin by going to Android Studio File/Setting/Plugins search for Android Wifi ADB and install it.

  2. Now You may found AndroidWiFiADB Folder at path ==> C:\Users\PCUserName\AppData\Roaming\Google\AndroidStudio\Plugins , Cut the Android Wifi ADB Folder.

  3. Now Paste That AndroidWiFiADB Folder at path ==> C:\Program Files\Android\Android Studio\plugins

  4. Restart Android Studio And Enjoy Debugging through WiFi.

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I've just updated the studio to 4.1 and got the same issue with the above-mentioned libraries. Below is my approach to fix this without rely on a third party in the case of ADB WIFi and for other plugins we need to wait developer to make changes according to the latest android studio.

Connect to a device over Wi-Fi (Android 10 and lower)

Step 1:

Connect the device to the host computer with a USB cable. 

Step 2:

Set the target device to listen for a TCP/IP connection on port 5555  adb tcpip 5555 

Step 3:

Disconnect the USB cable from the target device. 

Step 4:

Find the IP address of the Android device. For example, on a Nexus device,  you can find the IP address at Settings > About tablet (or About phone) > Status > IP address. Or, on a Wear OS device, you can find the IP address at Settings > Wi-Fi Settings > Advanced > IP address.  

Step 5:

Connect to the device by its IP address  adb connect device_ip_address 

Step 8:

Confirm that your host computer is connected to the target device:  adb devices 
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  1. Go to this directory.
  2. Find the plugin name and remove its folder totally.

Note: 'AppData' is a hidden folder by default.

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For windows :

  1. Download plugin zip file manually from official website
  2. unzip the zip file and paste it in C:\Program Files\Android\Android Studio\plugins
  3. Restart your Android Studio

For getting rid of that incompatible plugins warning, you can follow above answer (by @asim), if your are not able to see AppData folder then it means it is in hidden items.

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