I am currently having issues installing my G1 in development mode on Vista 64 Premium SP1. I have tried both installing the drivers that come with the latest SDK and also the ones here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=446274.
Whenever I plug the phone in it comes up as an unknown USB device under device manger. When I go to update driver and point the installer at the correct driver location it either says 'the device driver is up to date' or when using the have disk option it says 'the folder specified does not contain a compatible software driver for your device'.
Is anyone able to install the usb drivers for this configuration? device: htc slide Windows Vista 32 bit Java 1.6.20 USB driver for windows installed: Revision 3. Android 2.1. I followed the steps here http://developer.android.com/sdk/win-usb.html but it cannot find the drivers at step #6. I get error message, "Windows was unable to install your adb. Windows could not find driver software for your device".
Has anyone else had issues getting windows to recognize the drivers for their phone? I'm in the process of rooting my phone and I can't get fastboot to work with my phone. When I look under device manager on my laptop it says the drivers aren't recognized. I've tried windows vista 64 bit and windows xp 32 bit.
My computer with vista x64 has about a 50% success rate at recognizing when I hook up my Moment via USB. I've installed the Samsung USB driver for mobile phones v220.127.116.11, as well as the Samsung New PC Studio software. I have debugging checked, tried different USB ports, etc, and the only thing that seems to work is power cycling the phone. android 2.1. I suspect this has something to do with the "Abnormal Disconnect" error I keep getting from pdanet.
I've installed AndroidSDK and have the drives download but every time I point Windows to the folder it says no drivers were found for my device. I'm trying to do this with the phone being recognized as an ADB device.
I got the PC to recognize my phone by installing HTC Sync but in the Device Manager it still shows a yellow exclamation point.
When I troubleshoot it, it says Windows can not launch driver "Error 37". Anyone know what's wrong? I have my phone rooted using the PB00IMG.zip file but can not complete the recovery partition due to the Windows not being able to communicate with my Eris.
Anyone ever had this happen? Downloaded an update after the 2.1 upgrade and I sync'd my contacts with FB. It then deleted all of my contacts.So I deleted Facebook, re-stored all my contacts and reloaded Facebook. However, now it gets as far as installing and it never stops. It just stays on Installing.However, the FB app works fine on the phone itself.Is this a Market glitch? Is there anyway I can purge it from out of my downloads section?
I have tried to update the default youtube app on my nexus one (Froyo) numerous times. I get the message "Error Installing - Package file was not signed correctly". I am trying to upgrade from 1.6.21 to 2.0.26.I have tried unmounting my SD card, clearing the cache for the android market, the download manager and the original youtube app.
An Android Dev Phone G1 has attempted to be set up to access the internet by connecting to an ad hoc wireless network. The ad hoc Wifi network has been set up on a computer running Vista and can be seen from other computers and connected to successfully. However the network does not appear in the list of Wifi networks to connect to from the G1. The G1 does display other Wifi networks and can connect to those successfully. Does anyone know how to successfully connect a G1 to a Vista machine over an ad hoc Wifi network?
After 3 install/uninstall/install attempts my phone is syncing with my vista laptop, but the my outlook 2007 calendar and contact information only goes one way, from the laptop to the phone. I can't find the settings (conflict?) that will allow the two devices to swap info.?
Im gonna try and revive the issue of the MTU settings.i can connect and play alright, but maybe, the MTU settings are preventing xbox live from downloading updates for games and system?anyone have a fix? workaround? I'm on vista, connecting my xbox to the comp, and using internet connection sharing as usual, tethered to my G1.ive already tried changing the MTU settings via CMD console but it does nothing
I am trying to use "adb -d shell" command to start a shell on device (android dev 1 phone ) from my vista command line. But whenever I try giving such command it does not open any shell or interaction on the phone device. But instead it goes to the next line in the cmd as '$'. any help would really appreciable. I have installed adb_usb_windows.
Previously I used work well with the emulator. Using adb command never troubled me. But now with new device, I am not able to open a shell using adb -d shell command on the phone.
It doesn't do anything, I have the phone turned on, the sync software running and I plug the USB cable in, a "found new hardware" screen pops up, I click Locate and install drivers but it can't find any!
This is winding me up. When i first got the phone I could only get it to work with the HTC Sync that was on the memory stick a i mounted the sd card. Today due to problems I have rested the phone to factory default AND installed a clean version of window vista home premium 32bit edition. I connected the htc to windows and nothing happened!! No notifications or anything, so i downloaded the latest HTC Sync and installed it, connected the phone and nothing happened. I want to get photos off the phone but can't at the moment.
I am trying to learn Android development, so I downloaded Eclipse Galileo and the Android SDK. However, whenever I start Eclipse, I get the error message "Failed to parse the output of adb version." In the Console/DDMS pane, the debug output reads:[2010-06-07 20:15:13 - ddms]Failed to reopen debug port for Selected Client to: 8700 [2010-06-07 20:15:13 - ddms]Address family not supported by protocol family: bind java.net.SocketException: Address family not supported by protocol family: bind at sun.nio.ch.Net.bind(Native Method) at sun.nio.ch.ServerSocketChannelImpl.bind(Unknown Source) at sun.nio.ch.ServerSocketAdaptor.bind(Unknown Source) at sun.nio.ch.ServerSocketAdaptor.bind(Unknown Source) at com.android.ddmlib.MonitorThread.reopenDebugSelectedPort(Unknown Source) at com.android.ddmlib.MonitorThread.run(Unknown Source)[2010-06-07 20:15:17 - adb]Failed to parse the output of 'adb version'I am running Eclipse Galileo, have the most recent Android SDK downloaded, and am running Windows Vista 32-bit SP2. I am sure that the Android SDK path is correct and that all the files are there.I would appreciate any assistance anyone could provide.P.S.--If anyone could direct me to any useful Android development resources.
Until now, have been using Android SDKs Emulator with the Eclipse plug-in, but recently replaced my non-Android phone to T-Mobile's MyTouch 3G Slide. Today, tried to install the Windows Android USB Driver for the phone. Followed instructions in http://d.android.com/sdk/win-usb.html (USB Driver for Windows Android Developers).
When looking for the driver, Windows gave me a "Could Not Find Driver Software" message. When telling Windows where to search, I pointed it to the SDK directory where the driver resides (¦Android-SDK-windows/ usb_driver). Also tried ¦Android-SDK-windows. Specified use sub- folders" in both tries. I am using Vista 64 bit, and suspect that may be the cause.
The "could not find.." message box from Windows has this information under Details:
Problem Event Name: PnPDriverNotFound Architecture: x64 Hardware Id: USBVID_0BB4&PID_0E03&REV_0100&MI_01 OS Version: 6.0.6002.2.2.0.256.1 Locale ID: 1033
In Windows Device Manager, "Other Devices ==>ADB==> Properties" shows Device type: Other Devices Manufacturer: Unknown Location: 0000.001d.0007.002.000.000.000.000.000 Device Status: This device is not configured correctly. (Code 1). There is no driver selected for the device information set or element
In the sdk's "usb_driver" directory, the "android_winusb.inf" file has several VID's beginning with 0BB..., but does not have one for the one listed above. Nor is there a [ ... ]header entry for the MyTouch 3G Slide (Expresso?)
I suspect this is the reason for the "Driver not found"
Am using the 32 bit version of "Eclipse IDE for Java Developers" downloaded last April. (At that time there were a lot of forum warnings about not using the 64 bit version.)
Today, before trying to install the driver, I uninstalled the Android plug-in from Eclipse and then uninstalled the Android SDK I had installed in April which was at the 2.1 level. I reinstalled the SDK at the 2.2 level taking "all items". Then reinstalled the Eclipse plug- in.
In the "Android SDK and AVD Manager" checked for any updates. There were none (I'd just re-installed, so that makes sense)
Information in this thread looked like a solution:
When I tried that, got the same message box.
These two threads from 2009 have entries that say the 64 bit driver is in the SDK I cant find it. Could be looking the wrong place though.
The android_winusb.inf has these two .CAT entries in it CatalogFile.NTx86 = androidwinusb86.cat CatalogFile.NTamd64 = androidwinusba64.cat
Using the information from the above ¦5512 thread, I added these lines to the [Google.NTx86] group immediately following the ";Google NexusOne" information and before the [Google.NTamd64] entry
When that did not make any difference, added: %SingleBootLoaderInterface% = USB_Install, USBVID_0BB4&PID_0FFF which was also part of a post. Made no difference
The .INF has a [ClassInstall32], entry, but there is no [ClassInstall64] entry. I do not know enough about INFs to know if that is needed or not.
I'm getting frustrated trying to get my Hero to connect with my PC, I've installed HTC Sync 2.0.4 on my PC but when I plug my Hero in via USB first I get this message. so i select locate and install driver software and then i get this message and then it's all over, I've downloaded what i think are the latest drivers and used device manager to manually select where to find the drivers and i still get the same message, it'll be a shame if i cant get it to sync because i like the phone but without it being able to sync it's just a paper weight, hope you guys can help me get it sorted
I did a quick search to try to avoid repeating questions that I have been answered before, but I couldn't find anything relevant. I've tried to connect my BH2 to two different Vista PCs, the USB icon on the upper left corner of the BH2 shows up, but I am not given any mounting notifications that I presume are suppose to pop up on the phone? The PCs don't recognize the device anywhere and I've formatted the SD card before. Am I missing a step (or driver) here?
I have just bought an HTC Desire but i cant make the sync with HTC sync work. After af search of approximatitely 15 seconds a popup on the phone says that it can't find HTC sync on the computer. The USB connection works fine for file sharing. In my hardware monitor (dont know the english word for the window, but that in Control Panel -> System ->??? where you can see all attached devieces) i see a deveice called "My HTC" with a yellow exclamation triangle. I suspect the problem is here, but dont know has to solve it. The HTC sync has all button disabled so i cannot access the "Repair tool" i think there is in the sync manager.
- Disable all firewall(none), antivirus (Norton) and Spyware protection (AdAware) before installing HTC sync. - Used "Run" -> "msconfig" to disable all non-MS processes and remove all starting app. Then restarted the computer and reinstalled (suggest to HTC to another user)..........
Hope someone can help, When I transfer a pic from my Desire via bluetooth to my vista laptop,all i get in my pictures folder is a file. not a jpg file ( no Thumbnail pic) When i click on it, it asks what program I want to open it with. all my pics open with Windows photo gallery. Why does it not convert straight to a jpg?
I just picked up a Moto Droid X coming from the Droid Eris what a difference.For some reason it takes a very long time for my Win Vista laptop to be able to connect to the SD card. When I pull down the notifications bar and select USB storage, it takes about 5 minutes for the process to complete?I have checked to see if the Droid X has issues on a WinXP machine and it mounts right away. I have downloaded the Moto drivers, but wondering if anyone else has had issues with Win Vista.
I cant get my Galaxy to connect to my PC. I've searched through the posts on this iste and tried everything. Has anyone has the same issues and managed to fix it. I've not upgraded the firmwear as the phone is running AOK and I don't want to mess is up.
This has been driving me nuts since I got the phone. It would almost connect to my machine then just bog down and fail. Someone mentioned using a better USB cable and I tried it out of desperation. It WORKS! Apparently the USB cable that ships with the Epic 4G is kinda crappy. I plugged in the brand new cable and it just plain worked.