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Setting up ADB on Windows 7 64 bit (and other Windows platforms)

This is a discussion on Setting up ADB on Windows 7 64 bit (and other Windows platforms) within the Motorola Xoom Hacking Guides forums, part of the Motorola Xoom Hacks category; Easy ADB Install Use this method if you will not be developing with SDK I kanged this from TheFredElement, but I added a few files. ...

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    Setting up ADB on Windows 7 64 bit (and other Windows platforms)

    Easy ADB Install

    Use this method if you will not be developing with SDK

    I kanged this from TheFredElement, but I added a few files. One for screenshots and the other just in case.

    Download -> EasyADB

    Ensure USB Debugging is on. Settings/apps/development

    1. Download the EasyADB zip
    2. Extract the files
    3. Copy SDK Tools folder
    4. Navigate to C: drive
    5. Paste SDK Tools folder on root of C: drive
    6. Open command prompt in Windows Start icon (in search textfield type in cmd and press enter)
    7. In command prompt type in
    Code:
    cd C:\SDK_tools
    8. cd C:\SDK_tools is your path. Now enter:
    Code:
    adb.exe
    9. ADB will execute and start
    10. Connect XOOM via USB and wait for drivers to install. If not then install these Drivers
    11. Type in:
    Code:
    adb devices
    12. Daemon will start and your XOOM should now be recognized. An alphanumeric string will denote the presence of your device.



    Installing SDK and ADB for Development

    Download and install these files:

    Drivers
    Android_SDK

    Instructions:

    1. The SDK file is an executable so just run it and it will install. It will install Java Dev Kit if you don't have it.
    2. After it's done you might get a java path error (I did). No worries though.
    3. Go to where android-sdk-windows was installed. (default is program files (x86) on the C drive) OR (android) Either way its in a folder on the c drive
    4. Copy the android-sdk-windows
    5. Paste on root of the C drive
    6. Open android-sdk-windows
    7. Copy all files from the tools folder and paste in the platform-tools folder (or vice versa)
    8. Open command prompt in windows icon, in search bar, enter cmd and press enter
    9. Connect XOOM via usb.
    10. Let it install all drivers.
    11. If it doesn't install all of them, direct it towards the driver folder and select the drivers.
    12. After all drivers are installed, in cmd window enter: DON"T COPY RED

    cd C:\android-sdk-windows\platform-tools <enter> <-this is if you put everything in the platform-tools folder. If you put it in tools then just put tools
    adb.exe <enter> <-ADB menu will start and run
    adb devices <enter> <-daemon will start successfully and spit out a string of about 20 letters and numbers. this is your device
    adb reboot <enter> <-The XOOM will reboot



    You will have to enter the path (cd C:\android-sdk-windows\platform-tools) and (adb.exe) everytime you want to use adb. You can go to Environmental Variables to set add the path.

    1. Right click My Computer
    2. Advanced system settings
    3. Environmental Variables
    4. System Variables -> Path
    5. ;C:\android-sdk-windows\platform-tools
    OR if ADB is in tools
    ;C:\android-sdk-windows\tools
    Last edited by Droid-Xer; 07-20-2011 at 08:48 PM.

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    Thanks dude...I have been typing it all this time.....

    In windows 7:

    click the windows symbol (aka start)
    right click on "computer"
    click properties
    on left side click on advanced system settings
    environmental variables
    system variables -> path
    ;<drive letter>:\<folder where adb is located>
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    This is going to come in handy for anyone on 64 bit. It was quite a pain last night


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    Ya, hope it helps!

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    Would this work with the 32 bit version as well?
    I enjoy my freedom, Android FTW!

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    It should work on any version. I might need to add to the drivers list

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    Droid-Xer, Question, did you use this link to get your drivers?

    USB and PC Charging Drivers - Motorola Mobility, Inc. USA

    Even tho my XOOM was seen by my computer adb would not work until I installed these from Moto. They are both 32 and 64 bit drivers. I had an older driver from Moto an dwas able to do anything but adb.

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    Ya its the Moto drivers. Just saw the link is broken. Updating op

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    Thanks for explaining how to set it up. Maybe I'm doing something wrong but I installed the USB drivers just fine exxcept once I put the Xoom into debugging mode the computer tries to install drivers and then asks me to locate the correct drivers for my "Mot composition adb interface". Is this normal?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChelseaBlue View Post
    Thanks for explaining how to set it up. Maybe I'm doing something wrong but I installed the USB drivers just fine exxcept once I put the Xoom into debugging mode the computer tries to install drivers and then asks me to locate the correct drivers for my "Mot composition adb interface". Is this normal?
    Try usingba different USB port, or reboot the pc and xoom, or toggle USB debugging. I'll add some troubleshooting tips to the OP. You can always find the drivers to the location where you installed the drivers to create the path.


 
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