Partner (developer) question about ADB Compatibility

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When I have device connected, I can run adb devices and see device being connected.  But as soon as I run something over ADB (DDMS or anything else), I get this:

03:03:10 E/DeviceMonitor: Failed to start monitoring 51F600063FAAD0AB

03:03:10 W/DeviceMonitor: Adb rejected command to get  device 51F600063FAAD0AB info: device not found

After that device disappears from ADB list until USB is reattached.

 

We are running the latest Android SDK

Android SDK Tools, rev.13
Android SDK Platform-tools, rev.7

 

Do you have any suggestions?

 

Posted on: 10/19/2011 1:02:47 PM by Matheson, Chris (Symbol) in Mobile Computing: Android

Rameshkumar Bal...
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I have been working with Windows 7, 64-bit.  I have to manually pick the driver for each device I add it to my system.

  • I plug in the connected tablet’s USB into my computer
  • I wait for the installation to fail.
  • Once it has failed, you can go to the device manager
  • Select the troubled device (OMAP-3/4).
  • Click Properties -> driver -> update driver
  • Click Browse My Computer
  • Click Let Me Pick…
  • Select ADB Interface
  • Select Mot Composite ADB Interface
  • Select Yes to the warning

You should be good to go.  From now on, that device will work.  You will need to do this with each different tablet.  But once your computer knows the tablet, you won’t have to do it again.

Posted on: 10/19/2011 1:41:13 PM by Dino Gregorich (Motorola) in Mobile Computing: Android

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Thanks but this developer is using Win XP and the driver is loaded successfully (according to them). They only have 1 unit.

Posted on: 10/19/2011 2:06:32 PM by Matheson, Chris (Symbol) in Mobile Computing: Android

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Report back from TA that posted this question via email: Does not work in customers environment but when removed from VM enviroment, it does work.

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