G1 treated as disk... All the time

by Alvin Yates » Tue, 04 Nov 2008 02:37:18 GMT


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 I downloaded the driver for the G1 and attached it to my PC so I could
resume development after my MacBook decided off was better than on.
Was test driving the phone via USB and attached it as a storage
device.

The problem now is, Windows won't stop treating the phone as a USB
drive, even when the USB option is unchecked (It treats it as having
no capacity).

Has anyone else run into this problem?  Is there a way to fix it?
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G1 treated as disk... All the time

by ecompositor » Tue, 04 Nov 2008 03:01:07 GMT


 What happends when you type in adb devices



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G1 treated as disk... All the time

by Alvin Yates » Tue, 04 Nov 2008 03:17:40 GMT


 Nothing.  ADB doesn't detect the phone as being attached.  Does
Windows typically let ADB respond while using it as a disk drive?  If
so, then I probably have something wrong with the drivers, and that's
probably not going to resolve nicely.




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G1 treated as disk... All the time

by Stephen Chambers » Tue, 04 Nov 2008 11:34:11 GMT


 I don't where you are supposed to find this out, but this URL saved me. Your
set up is not complete.
 http://androidcommunity.com/forums/f4/how-to-install-apps-using-adb-4482/ 

Steve







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