Android :: Can Not See Devices On Adb Devices / DDMS / How To Fix?

Nov 1, 2009

I am developing my am on mac (10.5.8), on eclipse and SDK 1.6 and a Vodafone HTC Magic Everything was working ok up to a few days ago. I can not see my device on adb devices. I also got a Sony Xperia and I can not see it on the list either. I upgraded the phone software (the HTC) to 1.6 a few days ago. Maybe that is what caused the change, but I could not be sure.

Android :: Can not see devices on adb devices / DDMS / How to fix?

Android :: Ddms From Command Line Not Seeing Devices

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I dont want to use Eclipse.

From the command line:

An emulator is running. adb server is running. "adb devices" lists correctly and I can see my instance on an avd in the output.

However when I manually start DDMS from the command line it just keeps trying to connect. I can find no connection config issues. (yes, it works from within eclipse and ddms shows threads etc)

System : Debian Squeeze

I ran update-java-alternatives to be sure java was set up properly for "Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.6.0_20-b02)" . Not too much of a surprise to seasoned Debian users my Java is now worse ... When I run ddms from the command line I get :--


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Aug 2, 2010

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I'm not *entirely* sure this one is supposed to go here, but anyway :)

Assuming I have two Android-powered devices, connected both to the same 3G network; does the current API of Android allow to have a Service running on one of them being contacted by an Application running on the other one over this 3G network or do I have to go for a more traditional network (e.g. WiFi AP, Bluetooth) ? If so, how do I do it ?

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