Android :: SDK Not Recognizing Debug-able Device

Jun 5, 2010

I'm new to Android development, and am attempting to run a test application on my actual device. I followed the instructions at http://developer.android.com/guide/developing/device.html (and related links), but the Android Debug Bridge (adb) doesn't recognize my connected device.

Some quick background info, I'm running WinXP, developing with Eclipse, with a Motorola Droid running Android 2.1 as my physical device.

An overview of the steps I've taken: Installed the Android SDK, downloading all necessary packages. Enabled USB Debugging on my device. Connected Device via USB, installing the driver from the SDK folder.

I'll stop here (though I continued to setup my application to be debug-able in Eclipse), because I at this point I noticed a problem.

Running "sdkoolsadb devices" at this point (at least, by my understanding), should list my device as connected. However, running this yields only: List of devices attached

My device recognizes that it's connected to a computer in debug mode, and my computer recognizes the device. However, I can't seem to get the sdk to recognize it. I'll leave out the steps I used to setup Eclipse for debugging on a device, as it doesn't seem relevant to the problem. I'll include them if requested.

Android :: SDK not recognizing debug-able device


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