Installing apps to Nexus One device

by oriharel » Wed, 31 Mar 2010 14:45:31 GMT


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 Hi,
I"m running Win XP 32 bit, SP3.
I have Nexus one device. and I develop on Eclipse.
I'm trying to install my app to test it on a real device - my own
Nexus one.

after downloading and installing the USB driver - the devices charges
just fine. after I mount the USB storage (from the device) I can even
see the phone's file system from the computer (thus able to move files
in and out of the SD card).

however - "adb devices" command returns an empty list.
also, Eclipse "Device Chooser" doesn't show the device (it shows
emulators I previously configured).

anyone has an answer?

thanks!

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Installing apps to Nexus One device

by oriharel » Wed, 31 Mar 2010 14:47:23 GMT


 Hi,
I"m running Win XP 32 bit, SP3.
I have Nexus one device. and I develop on Eclipse.
I'm trying to install my app to test it on a real device - my own
Nexus one.

after downloading and installing the USB driver - the devices charges
just fine. after I mount the USB storage (from the device) I can even
see the phone's file system from the computer (thus able to move files
in and out of the SD card).

however - "adb devices" command returns an empty list.
also, Eclipse "Device Chooser" doesn't show the device (it shows
emulators I previously configured).

anyone has an answer?

thanks!

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Installing apps to Nexus One device

by Kumar Bibek » Wed, 31 Mar 2010 18:45:59 GMT


 You need to turn on USB Debugging setting on your phone. That should
work.

Thanks and Regards,
Kumar Bibek




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Installing apps to Nexus One device

by oriharel » Wed, 31 Mar 2010 19:23:16 GMT


 it was turned on (even before the first time I installed the driver)
still doesn't work






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Installing apps to Nexus One device

by Mark Murphy » Wed, 31 Mar 2010 19:47:26 GMT


 


adb kill-server
adb start-server
adb devices

See if that helps. If not, reboot and see if that helps.

If not, plug in your N1 and see if you see any evidence that Windows is
actually recognizing it and associating the driver to it.

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Installing apps to Nexus One device

by oriharel » Wed, 31 Mar 2010 20:09:02 GMT


 IT WORKS!!!!
Thanks (again) Mark!






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Installing apps to Nexus One device

by Ken H » Fri, 02 Apr 2010 05:49:40 GMT


 Also you can lookup "Apps Installer" on the Android Market. No
hassels.






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Installing apps to Nexus One device

by Jiri heitlager » Sat, 03 Apr 2010 02:22:34 GMT


 Settings/applications/development
Did u choose usb debugging there?




Hi,
I"m running Win XP 32 bit, SP3.
I have Nexus one device. and I develop on Eclipse.
I'm trying to...

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Installing apps to Nexus One device

by ivan » Wed, 05 May 2010 08:03:08 GMT


 I've updated my manifest with with Debuggable=true.
I've enable USB debugging on the phone.
I've verified USB driver installation in windows.
I've verified "adb devices" existence -- along with killing the server
and restarting it.
I've rebooted the phone and the dev machine and switched to different
USB ports.

... and still I can't get the app on the phone.

I'm working on Windows XP with eclipse using SDK 1.5 r3.

Plus, I can view the file system and remove and upload files from
Eclipse, but I can't get an app running on the phone.

Any thoughts?

Thanks,
-Ivan








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Installing apps to Nexus One device

by wurp » Wed, 05 May 2010 10:54:27 GMT


 Is settings->applications->unknown sources checked?





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Installing apps to Nexus One device

by Gerry Seidman » Wed, 12 May 2010 15:13:00 GMT


 I just wanted to second what Mark Murphy wrote below as the correct
solution.

   1) Install/Reinstall the USB drivers using the Android SDK Update
tool  (<installDir>/SDK Setup.exe)
   2) Plug in your device

   3a) adb kill-server
   3b)adb start-server

   3-alt) You can just kill the adb process (it will auto-start this
process when you run 'adb devices' ie in the next step

   4) adb devices

Ori told me about this (thanks)

Hopefully this reiteration of Mark's note prevents someone  else
wasting 2+ hours as I just did.

Ironically, if my other computer hadn't broken (which had it properly
installed) I wouldn't have wasted part of a gorgeous afternoon.  Such
is life...





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