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I'm trying to connect my Arnova 10 G2 to ADB on my Windows PC so that I can use it as a testing device via Eclipse IDE. Any help would be appreciated.
I've tried following the steps documented via the Archos FAQ site. I downloaded there ADB driver stuff and followed the linked to install steps (http://developer.android.com/sdk/win-usb.html) but Windows always says either "Driver up to date" or "Driver not found" even though it's pointing at the correct folder. And windows can't autoupdate install it. I've looked at many posts on here and tried all of the suggested fixes.
There was one promising post that said they got the Google USB driver working but sadly the poster didn't provide any information on how they got it to work successfully.
EDIT: I'm an idiot. I forgot to mention my Windows is Windows 7 64 Bit with 2gb of RAM.
Thanks in advance,
On your device make sure that you enable the USB Debugging option.
In Windows go to c:users<username>.android
Create or edit a file adb_usb.ini
Put the following value in this file: 0x0e79
After that, install pdanet. It will force the googledrivers to be installed.
After you done all these steps.
Start adb in a commandprompt:
A device should be listed now.
Now you should be ready to go in eclipse and start programming and debugging your apps on your device.
Following your instructions:
I get to the last bit of the PDA install and I get that the driver isn't installed but I don't have anything come up to install the driver. I visited http://junefabrics.com/android/driver.php as suggested and part way down it says:
"Sometimes if USB debugging is checked but there is still no "Android ADB Inteface" listed when phone is attached or if there is a driver error, your system may need the official USB driver for some reason. If that is the case, install one of the following drivers on your computer first: "
So then I try to install the driver downloaded from ARCHOS but that's when I get the problem because, as stated originally, I've tried installing the files from there but it doesn't install properly. I've just installed the "Android Composite ADB Interface" via the legacy installer (device manager) and I got this:
"The software for this device is now installed but may not work correctly" and then "This device cannot start".
I've got it working now.
For anyone else having this issue:
After doing what josbos said:
Go into device manager -> "other devices" -> device name (with the error triangle) -> right click and select update -> browse on my computer -> let me pick from already installed drivers -> Select android phone -> ensure the compatible hardware box is unticked -> select the composite interface and follow the instructions.
After following my instructions restart ADB just to be sure and then you should be able to see your device via the adb device command.
Hope this helps 😀
Thank you very much josbos. I did what you told, and it work nice with my Arnova 10b G3 ! It's now really faster to debug... AVD was slow, and using FTP to install app on the tablet too...
For those who'd need it, here's a link to download ADB drivers for Arctablets :
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