I've Googled everything I could think of and I can't get this to work.
I'm trying to help someone set up his Android phone - an LG Thrill 4G - to connect to his PC so he can text from his computer, back up his contacts, etc. I downloaded and installed the SDK. I used the SDK manager to install more stuff, including the Google USB driver. I can see the usb_driver folder in the Android SDK extras folder, and I can see .dll files inside (if I remember correctly). I've set the phone to have whatever USB box checked. And, of course, I went to the Device Manager (he's got Windows 7), right-clicked the phone, and tried finding drivers online and finding them on the computer. No dice.
Something online said I should run the dpinst.exe file and that it should be in the usb_driver folder. It isn't. Should this exist? Is there another way to get the driver to install? Should I take another route altogether? What am I missing?