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I've installed samsung drivers from mobile v1.4.103.0 on windows xp64 from the latest kies package (I've only installed usb drivers).

I see Android ADB interface in windows devices but adb still says no devices, I've tried by adding the vendor id to adb_usb.ini without success.

Perhaps using linux on vmware and passing the usb device works fine without adding the vendor id.


No luck also with drivers 1.3.1500.0

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Do you have USB Debugging enabled? – Matthew Read Jan 8 '12 at 7:15
yes, using linux on vmware it works fine, I also have an acer liquid mini that works with adb on this windows – sherpya Jan 8 '12 at 7:17
OK. You mention adb_usb.ini, do you mean android_winusb.inf? This might help. Make sure you update the driver via Device Manager after editing the .inf file, of course. – Matthew Read Jan 8 '12 at 7:23
google usb drivers are needed if the vendor does not supplies drivers, same tablet works with adb on a windows 7 32bit so it should be something related to the os (somehow) – sherpya Jan 8 '12 at 7:33
winxp 32bit works, why -1? – sherpya Jan 8 '12 at 8:06

Ok I answer myself:

after installing samsung drivers you need to find oem??.inf file that contains ssudserd.inf comment out all references to wdf stuff version 1.7 and decomment the ones referring 1.9

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