USB ADB Drivers

Discussion in 'N101 Hardware & Technical' started by tupacsoul, Aug 11, 2012.

  1. tupacsoul

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    Hi guys.

    I'm trying to develop apps for tabs and I wanted to use my yuandao to test them. Everything is ok, but... cannot install the ADB driver...

    I tried using PDANet drivers, Android Google Drivers from SDK... but my device is not recognized by adb...

    Which is the file of your controller driver for adb?

    Is the same that for rooting with SuperOneClick, so if you can upload the .nfo will be very apreciated.
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    It should be from pdanet viewtopic.php?f=64&t=281
    Or try moborobo: http://download.moborobo.com/download/C ... ial%29.exe
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    No one works... ADB driver installed but ADB Shell doesn't recognize the device :/

    I think the only thing I can do is ADB via WiFi.
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    Do you see any new devices in Device Management (right click My Computer - Manage - Devices) when you plug in the tablet into your computer?
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    Yes. The device appears like ADB Device, but the command ADB SHELL doesn't recognize the device.
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    Might be. I've tried on OEM Window N101S
    It's the same as I unroot with emulator. First of all You must insert these lines in android_winusb.inf of your USB_driver.

    Under the [Google.NTx86] and [Google.NTamd64] section:
    ; WINDOW/YUANDAO N101
    %SingleAdbInterface% = USB_Install, USB\VID_2207&PID_0010
    %CompositeAdbInterface% = USB_Install, USB\VID_2207&PID_0010&MI_01

    Because The VID values in the Device manager-->Android Phone-->Android...-->Details, they said VID_2207..... this value must be in android_winusb.inf as above.
    Or you can test this modded inf. http://www.mediafire.com/?r9geyjw6o123555.

    Also I've test with some android tablets like Dell streak 5, Android GPS or Android Tv box also the same that releted to VID_xxxx and PID_xxxx. Just changed the values.
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    Same error... device not found :/
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    Can you tried to update the driver with the one I post?
    Can you tell me the VID and PID number with your Android like:
    [​IMG]
    And change the value that I note. *** In Windows 7 is not work..!
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    Yes, tried width id Hardware in the driver file, adding the device like you say. Same error, device not found. Via wifi runs ok, so no prob :/

    Oh... i've seen now that doesn't work on W7... I'm using W7 64bits xD

    Ok, no prob, i'll use it via Wifi :)
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    Same happens on XP 64. Drivers are insralled, tablet seen as adb device, but not in adb shell. Solved with a XP 32 virtual machine.
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    In windows 7 x64 create file C:\\Users\\[YOUR-USER]\\.android\\adb_usb.ini and add new line with 0x2207.
    With this, adb detect n101 and you can debug with eclipse for example.
    source http://www.skdco.com/1780-windows-7-64b ... et-tablet/
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    Great, this works!
    this solved my digging. After placing the file C:\\Users\\[YOUR-USER]\\.android\\adb_usb.ini with 0x2207, my N101 (I think... still trying to understand whether it is an OEM or a sort of clone) has started working on adb on Windows7, 32bit. I have used the driver of PDAnet (installed and uninstalled).
    The driver was loaded even before, and was looking as reported in the screenshot below. But only reporting the USB (vendor?) hardware ID - see snapshot - in that file, adb has started working correctly.
    Cattura.PNG

    Many thanks for sharing - I have just added more information because it has been quite difficult to find this out.
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    Works for me too.

    Steps:

    1. Add lines to c:\Program Files (x86)\Android\android-sdk\extras\google\usb_driver\android_winusb.inf

    2. Installs drivers.
    3. Add 0x2207 to C:\Users\[YOUR-USER]\.android\adb_usb.ini
    4. Run as Administrator c:\Program Files (x86)\Android\android-sdk\platform-tools\adb kill-server
    5. c:\Program Files (x86)\Android\android-sdk\platform-tools\adb devices

    rk30sdk.jpg
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  14. oli-taz

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    Everyone, just remember... If you have changed your device model, manufacturer, ID etc. this can conflict too. change it back to Rockchip and rk30sdk and see if it helps.
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    I took 2 days to find a solution to this problem. Thank you very much. It worked!
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    Is there a link to the Driver installer v3 etc ?