The following question is irrelevant. While MDM is problematic in many other ways, it is not responsible for the kernel panics.
I also learned that Motorola mistakenly cites that its drivers must be installed to use ADB, this is not the case for OS X, which is the OS in question.
I have a Motorola X 2013 Developers edition. The ADB drivers for the phone are part of another software provided by Motorola called the Motorola Device Manager, and it caused 3 kernel panics on my laptop today, and more than I can count over the last week before I isolated the responsible package. I linked 2 kernel panic logs below, but this is the last line in the console before the crash every time.
12/22/16 8:13:16.000 PM kernel: stalling for detach from Motorola ADB Interface
Then all hell breaks loose. It appears that the driver crashes when the computer enters sleep mode while the phone is plugged in. And no, it doesn't matter if the ADB is activated or not.
I've contacted Motorola about it and they said that they have never heard of this happening before, but they'd look into it. I have no expectations of them fixing it any time soon.
My question is, is there any alternative that would allow me to use the Android Debug Bridge with my phone?
Thank you in advance.