Problems with ADB.

Discussion in 'Android Hacks and Help' started by Blackmoth, Mar 9, 2010.

  1. Blackmoth
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    I'm having problems with ADB.

    -I have installed the android SDK to the proper directory, the root of my C: drive.
    -I have enabled usb debugging on my Droid
    -I successfully installed the drivers for my phone.

    Yet, when I run adb device, my phone is not recognized and listed.

    Attached are photos of the adb command, my drivers, and usb debugging on.

    Any help would be much appreciated.

    Also, I am running DroidMod in case that has any effect.
     
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    If you also post what you are trying to do with it there's a chance someone will let you know how to accomplish the same thing using the Terminal Emulator or Root Explorer directly from your phone. Good luck.

    edit: just looked at your screenshot. I believe you need to type "adb shell" to get into the shell. (I don't have it installed)
     
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    ADB simply does not recognize my device at all.

    Also, I am familiar with the terminal emulator and root explorer, however I would prefer the convenience of using ADB in the future.
     
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    I would remove the drivers and re-install them. That would be my first place of tinkering. Looks as though everything else is good though.

    [​IMG]

    Did you possibly download the wrong drivers (32bit instead of 64bit type thing)?
     
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    Thank you VERY much.

    Did a complete uninstall of all drivers, anything I could find that said Motorolla or ADB.

    Reinstalled from Moto drivers, and restarted machine. Plugged in phone with USB debugging on first. It installed the drivers (the ones listed in your screenshot) and now I'm listed in ADB devices and am able to use Droid Explorer.

    Thanks again!

    -SOLVED-
     
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