Motorola Droid X :: Command Prompt - ADB Device Error
Jul 23, 2010
When I type ADB devices, it comes up with this error: 'adb' is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program, or batch file. I already installed the adb drivers, and Windows told me the drivers updated successfully. Any idea why I am getting this error? I hope to be rooted by the end of the night!
Has anyone tried Xtralogic or any other suggested remote desktop application on their Droids? Via the VPN, I would like to connect to my windows servers from my phone. How is Xtralogic if anyone has tried it? Also, is there a command line prompt application for the Droid, so I would have the capability of pinging windows servers, (after establishing a VPN connection of course)? The built-in VPN tool on my phone works fine.
Im new to the forums here, I have a Droid currently running Froyo and I have been thinking about rooting my phone. I recently picked up and Apple IBook G3 and I was curious if I will have any problems rooting on the Apple OSX. The main reason I'm asking is because I have noticed that some roots require using the command prompt in Windows. I did search the forums for anything I could find but didn't really find anything useful.
The root I am planning on using is Soup or Root. This will be my first endeavor in to Rooting. PS- Mods if I posted this in the wrong place please move it to the correct one
I'm trying to install a new lockscreen that I found on XDA. I have to use a command prompt to install and I'm completely lost. I just got a good handle on how to flash zip files but this is flying straight over my head. I have all the commands and codes or whatever but I don't even know where to begin I have a feeling this is probably very simple I've just never had any reason to do anything like this before.
I see several posts talking about going to the command prompt on the DINC. I have searched and have NO idea where in the world it is. If they mean my computer's command prompt that sucks because I am at work and can't get into it.I was able to get it rooted with the leaked 2.2, now I just need the command prompt for some programs I want to install.FYI the leaked 2.2 is freaking amazing, haven't had a reboot (had many previous) since installation.
I just rooted yesterday. Running Aloysius v6. [ROM] Aloysius 2.0 PORT V6 REUPPED (5/1/10) - XDA -developers I need help with the command prompt. I am trying to disable OTA updates. The command is "su mount -o remount, rw -t yaffs2 /dev/block/mtdblock3 /system mv /system/etc/security/otacerts.zip /system/etc/security/otacerts.zip.nothankyou" I understand the command prompt, I just don't know how I am supposed to access the phone with it.
I downloaded a battery life app today and after I did that a tiny command prompt looking thing appeared in the top right corner of my Incredible. Everytime I do an action, a line of code appears. For example, on my main page it says stuff like
And other random code lines like that. Its in a tiny text in the top right of the touch screen. Is there any way to get rid of this? I tried to uninstall the battery app that seemed to cause it, but the prompt didn't go away with it.
I am working on Sqlite DB, I want to open and view or create database through adb shell command in command prompt i'm doing this above steps, 1. cd C:android-sdk_r04-windowsandroid-sdk-windows ools> 2. adb shell How can I go for sqlite> after step2 and I'm getting an $ after step 2 and then how can move further process. Suppose I want to view database means how can I do it. I given cd/data/data/(mypackage)/databases sqlite3 (database). After $ but it shows database not found. How can I view database executed through my code.
I am the beginner for android development. I followed the procedure as specified in developer.google.com for installing. I tried to create AVD(Android virtual device) through command path. I executed at command prompt.
android create avd --target 2 --name my_avd
But the Error is coming "Error: Target id is not valid. Use 'android.bat list targets' to get the target ids." After executing android.bat list targets it is showing blank. I am not able to figure out the problem as I have already set the path also.
It seems that many people are having trouble navigating to the correct command prompt to do the recovery step of the root process. If you press (Shift + right click mouse) you can select to open a command prompt in that directory. I'm sure many of you know this, but I found it very helpful when rooting my Eris.
I'm starting with Android development and I have no idea what's wrong on the this command line: C:Documents and SettingsGabriel.Esquivel.androidavd>android create avd -n Ev o4G -t 9 -c 8000MB -s 480-800 Valid skins: WVGA854, WQVGA400, HVGA (default), WQVGA432, WVGA800, QVGA Error: '480-800' is not a valid skin name or size (NNNxMMM)
I am trying to create the following AVDs http://mobile.tutsplus.com/tutorials/android/common-android-virtual-device-configurations/ But it won't work on from Android SDK Manager. There seems to be bug that throws the following error "SD Card size must be at least 9MB". So I have decided to try from command prompt as I read on other blog that it will allow me to create AVDs without getting SDs less than 9MB errors. It won't take specific dimensions for the skin-s width-height
Looking to root my eris and have been following the guide but can't seem to figure out exactly what i need to do with the sdk program. For some reason, I can't get into the command prompt in the tools directory.
I've seen these programs and tried one and just looks like a command prompt and i was wondering if one of these programs eliminates having to use the command prompt on my pc.but my next question is how would you use it for commands that requires you to be in recovery?
When I'm in the directory tools and try to use "android create avd..." I get an error like "Java is not recognizable as an internal or external command, operable program or batch." What's wrong? I'm using Windows 7 prof Have added android to the system environment variables. (Maybe doesn't change anything.)
Is this possible? I'm trying to make an automated script without any user interaction. I can select sideload mode manually using the volume and power buttons when in ClockworkMod Recovery, however I want to enter sideload mode using the command prompt from my computer.
I have a rooted samsung captivate with sideloading enabled. After experimenting with different wifi tethering apps from the unofficial market, I began experiencing difficulties with my wifi connection. Even after uninstalling every app that I thought was changing the wifi state, the problem still persists. I can turn on the wifi and it will act normally for about 30 seconds before turning off without user intervention. In dmesg, the error is as follows: 'mmc1: Got command interrupt 0x00060001 even though no command operation was in progress.' Is this caused by an app or is this a more complicated problem?
I took unrooted my phone today because I was going to excange it for a new one because of a loose headphone jack but it turns out it was my headphones. I used SMupdater and it went fine. now when I try ot root again I get a "can't open cache/recovery/command" error in recovery and it wont let me select any of the options by hitting the camera button. idk what to do
K my frustration level is definitely climbing.I've checked and don't see anything related to this specific issue.I'm following the step by step instructions on RootYourDroid. Have tried both the custom recovery image (adb shell is what's getting me that message) and the busybox instructions. Each time, in the adb window when I try either option I get an "error: device not found" After doing some research, I found info saying it likely had something to do with the debugging drivers. So I uninstalled them, reinstalled them and went through that whole process again. Tried both the busybox and custom recovery image steps. Still getting the error message. Anyone have any experience with this issue that might be willing to sling some help my way?
I use a bluetooth, and people typically can hear me quite well, but not the voice dialer. I am wondering if there is a way to get the voice dialer to prompt you to choose the contact instead of dialing directly. It's annoying when I say "Dial People's Gas" and it calls "Cheryl" I guess I am looking for the good ole voice promts that ask you "Call People's?" and you say yes or no.
When visiting a few sites on the Droid, I get a message telling me to install flash. It comes up 3 times before the site finally loads, and I have to cancel each time. What's strange is that even though I hit cancel, everything still loads. Is there any way to disable that notification and just prevent it from attempting to load flash?
Dont know if this has been covered, i searched b4 hand and didnt see anything. but i was just wondering. I actually like the new app launcher and installed it from droid-life.com i wanted to kno that if i will still get the update prompt for 2.1 even tho i have this apk?
UPDATE Using the manual method I got to step 18 of copy and paste of the commands. But now I got the "read error (out of memory)" message while pusing the "flash_image recovery recovery-RA-heroc-v1.5.2.img" file.