ADT setup on Eclipise 3.5 Galileo

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  1. Caldacan
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    I am having trouble setting up ADT on Galileo. My system is a Win 7 64 bit. Java installed fine, so did Galileo. I downloaded the ADT based on theseInstalling and Updating ADT | Android Developers instructions.

    I get to the part where is says "Now modify your Eclipse preferences to point to the Android SDK directory:", and I can not find the correct folder. It says:

    "Could not find folder 'tools' inside SDK 'C:\Users\Cody\Documents\DROID\eclipse\'."

    Furthermore, I can not manually find this "tools" folder. I am sure I am missing something REALLY easy here I just don't know what.

    THX! :motdroidvert:
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    Did you not download and install the Android SDK? Its looking for this program (specifically the folder).
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    haha wow. Someone I missed that step :eek:
    Thanks a lot!
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    Alright, sorry for all the dumb$$$ questions. I have a MS in electrical engineering and somehow this is not quite clicking. The SDK is working properly, but I am having trouble installing busybox from the tutorial here Install Busybox - Root Your Droid

    I am good until i need to enter "adb push busybox /data/local/busybox"

    What I get is an error as seen in the pic below.
    "cannot stat 'busybox' : no such file or directory"
    However, busybox is in the same folder as adb, and the directory is pointed to that folder. USB debugging is connected, and USB is unmounted. The tutorial didn't say to mount. Any ideas?
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    Unzip busybox.
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    The tutorial says

    "Download busybox.zip and save it (do NOT extract) to your Android SDK tools folder. Make sure it is in the same folder as “adb.exe”."
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    I know what it says. And I am telling you what to do. This is also for sprecovery. You have to unzip when it says not to. However.....

    If you actually want to follow directions perfectly, just put in a .zip whenever you type busybox.
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    Ya appears to be a mistake, he just set that up recently and I'm sure he'll update it if notified.

    Unzipping it will allow you to continue following the remaining steps perfectly.
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