We are currently evaluating / prototyping on a WT6000 and, while I was successful in getting the VS2017 development environment up and running, I am having problems getting the WT6000 to be recognized by the development environment. The device is recognized as a USB device so I know that it is not a connectivity problem. Also, I do have Debugging enabled in developer options and I made sure to turn off MTP. In the device manager, the WT6000 shows up with a yellow exclamation point indicating that the drivers for it did not install correctly. I tried installing the AndroidUSB driver and then tried manually updating the driver in the device manager, but it appears to not like it for whatever reason. Attempting an "adb devices" still yields no results.
Our company is currently in the "discovery" phase with regards to our next-gen warehouse devices. We've been using the wristmounts since the WT4090's and we are now on the WT41N0's. I am the primary developer for our applications on these devices. I've been developing warehouse handheld software for the past 17 years and I am familiar with Windows and Android development and I have to say that this is probably the rockiest start I've ever had in trying to get a development environment setup for a device. Indeed, I can't say that I've ever had a problem getting an android device to be recognized by ADB before today. That being said, it doesn't help in the decision making process as we will also be evaluating devices from two other vendors.
Any help would be appreciated.