How To: Setup ADB on Windows 7 64bit (Should also work on 32bit)

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  1. unboostedzc

    unboostedzc Member

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    for some reason i keep getting:

    Windows found driver software for your device but encountered an error while attempting to install it.

    Android Composite ADB Interface

    This device cannot start. (Code 10)

    Any help?
     
  2. bgill55

    bgill55 Silver Member Theme Developer

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    delete the driver you have already then reinstall this one!
     
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    Dude, finally someone who was able to help. Thanks to the author of this post. Only person who could get my computer to acknowledge that my phone was installed in debugging mode.
     
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    I only get 2 modes to display debugging on my Win 7 (64). USB Mass Storage and Charge only. And then it only shows 1 driver in the device manager: (Mot Composite ADB Device)
    PC Mode and WMsync don't show debugging. Regardless of which one I use, windows tells me the driver is incompatible when I try to point it at this .inf file.
    I think I may be able to resolve some of my issues if I can just get my driver situation figured out. Then I will simply make a folder with the backup info I need to do this whenever/wherever.
     
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    Windows XP not Windows 7 with problem ADB Interface

    Any idea how this can be done with Windows XP? I tried basically same process but when I tried to run the driver it failed.
     
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    works wonderfully, thanks
     
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    This looks to be almost a year old.
    Is the 6.1mb v3 link below still the most current version?

    Perspective instantiates reality.
    ( By DX w/DF app. )
     
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    Thank you!

    so I'm thinking, man I really hope this is the one (I'm pretty tech savvy and have been stuck on this for 2 hours now, countless other forums and dozens of downloads have gotten me nowhere. My Droid 2 was never a problem but my droid 3 ADB does NOT want to be recognized so far.
    son of a... yes. yes it is where I messed up. way to be CLEAR and put an end to my frustrations this morning. I literally registered on this forum just to thank you. so THANK YOU SO MUCH

    Oh I will... :)dancedroidDancingNexus:icon_ banana::):biggrin::p:happy3:dancedroid:cool-b::big smile:
     
    Last edited: Aug 22, 2012
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    Cannot Install Mot Composite ADB Interface in order to root DROID BIONIC ICS v4.0.4

    Hi,
    I'm running Win 7 Ultimate x64 (fully updated). My phone is DROID BIONIC ICS v4.0.4. I've tried all suggested methods (re-installed the Motorola Device Manager 5 times) to get Mot Composite ADB Interface to install. Would you kindly suggest another way to resolve this?

    Thanks in advance.
     
  10. aka.aks

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    where is the link ?
     
  11. John01nl

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    Please give us back the link
     
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    Current Phone Model:
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    Getting really frustrated here. Got a Nexus 7 tablet (2013) and when connected to my PC (Win 7 64 bit) all I see is the DCIM folder and sub folders. I have previously seen all folders on the tablet and wondering if this is something to do with the latest android update which is 4.4.4. Eventually found this website but where is the zip file??? Would this work on my tablet anyway? HELP please!!
     
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    Hi
    I cannot find attached .zip...!!
    Please..
     
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