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Thread: Droid, ADB Drivers, and Windows 7

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    #31
    Quote Originally Posted by kllian View Post
    i was having a similar problem, then i thought maybe usb debugging is not turned on. sure enough, once i enabled that on the phone, it showed up correctly on my win7 ultimate x64.

    Application Settings->Development->USB debugging (turn that on)

    I'm having this issue as well. I'm not a crazy programmer but I'll ask anyways:

    1. My Droid will sync and charge perfectly when I put it in debugging mode, using the drivers you provided here. (latest Moto drivers) but I hate having it debugging mode 24/7 when I want to connect... is there a way to get it to work without debug?

    Note.. I can still read/write to it without debug, but it sits there in the dock and the battery slowly dies as it won't charge

    2. Now that I have installed the drivers, can I uninstall the motoconnect tool? I'd love to have one less thing running. is it needed to connect/charge? thanks guys
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    Quote Originally Posted by Randomocity View Post
    There's actually an issue with the droid sdk drivers with win7 x64. In the INF, you'll have to change the device ID for the Droid to whatever it actually comes up with in device manager, otherwise you'll have to force install the drivers. There's a line under Moto Sholes in the INF that says ADB singular driver, change the device ID there for the droid and it should read the drive just fine.
    In addition to what Randomocity had mentioned, in order for me to get my device to appear to ADB, I also had to update the Composite ADB Interface as well. I am running Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit and this was able to get me working but it was a little bit of trial and error. I just went into Device Manager if there was the yellow exclamation on the device, pulled up the Hardware ID and then tweaked the inf file and when windows popped up the red box told it to install anyways. Definitely not as smooth as it should be given that this isn't Motorola's first device.
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    @Randomocity: Thanks! I've spent hours trying to get my DX to connect to DDMS. Changing the device ID in android-sdk-windows\usb_driver\android_usb.inf

    To: ;Moto Sholes
    %SingleAdbInterface% = USB_Install, USB\VID_22B8&PID_4286&REV_0216&MI_01
    %CompositeAdbInterface% = USB_Install, USB\VID_22B8&PID_4286&MI_01

    (two separate locations in the .inf) worked for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wawzat View Post
    @Randomocity: Thanks! I've spent hours trying to get my DX to connect to DDMS. Changing the device ID in android-sdk-windows\usb_driver\android_usb.inf

    To: ;Moto Sholes
    %SingleAdbInterface% = USB_Install, USB\VID_22B8&PID_4286&REV_0216&MI_01
    %CompositeAdbInterface% = USB_Install, USB\VID_22B8&PID_4286&MI_01

    (two separate locations in the .inf) worked for me.
    Thanks for that. After much frustrating, I figured it out after this. Though, I didn't read the part about two locations.
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    Thanks a ton to randomcity et.al. for this thread - helped me solve the problem.

    I tried to recreate what I had to do in this blog post:
    Android USB debugging fail M@’s Blog

    Short version is - find out your device ID from device manager and update the inf file.

    M@
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    droid 2 in xp...almost there. HELP please

    After 2 weeks of messing with this phone and pc, I stumbled onto this page and made SOME progress, but need help still. I am not a developer! My droid 2 in XP sp3 would not connect to pc or charge. Installed reinstalled,bugging on or off. My device ID was different than in the inf files so I deleted the extra 6 characters off the driver file, on 2 lines. the extra 6 were &MI_01. After reboot the phone now charges BUT is still NOT listed under my computer. The charger only works with debugging on, not off. The old yellow exclamation mark in device manager is now gone, but so is the listing for the droid. Please help!!!!!

    Just noticed that in device mgr. a new listing NOT under disk drives for the droid (as it is on my other xp pc that the droid works fine on). Here it is listed as ADB interface, MOT composite ADB interface, no yellow exclamation,

    Again charging but not seen under my comptuer or in Vcast or in Motorola media mgr........THANKS.
    Last edited by marcbs; 12-08-2010 at 05:00 PM.
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    #37

    Finally

    For those still having problems...

    I tried a lot of things here and couldn't get it to work until I did the following:

    For all of those who haven't found a solution so far, I found an alternative that finally worked for me. So I did some playing around and found a solution for my Droid for a problem like this (Windows 7 x64).
    First I downloaded all forms of Motorola USB drivers for Android devices

    The following steps worked to make ADB functional again on my droid:


    1) Devices & Printers --> Motorola A855
    2) Right Click -> Properties
    3) Click on Hardware tab
    4) Click on the ADB Driver and hit "Properties"
    5) Click on the "Change Settings" button
    6) Click on the "Driver" tab
    7) Click "Update Driver"
    8) Click "Browse my Computer for Driver Software"
    9) Click "Let me pick from a list of device drivers..."
    10) Uncheck "Show Compatable Hardware"
    11) In the manufaturer pane, Choose "Motorola"
    12) Click on "Motorola USB Composite Device"
    13) Click next and agree to any dialogs that might pop up

    From here ADB and mounting worked fine for me.

    I found it at the following forum post: adb devices does not show Droid - Page 2 - MOTODEV Discussion Boards
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    #38
    Quote Originally Posted by Billy View Post
    Randomocity,
    Could this be why certain people are having troubles with their mounts on USB. The symptom is this:
    Plug in Droid
    windows "installs Drivers"
    Go to droid, USB Connect... Mount...

    A couple of seconds later the USB will dis-mount.

    Any help?
    I have the same problem - this is driving me nuts!!!
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