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Here is the documentation on usage of the adb utility. Basically, adb connect is only needed if you are trying to connect to a device over TCP IP, i.e. wireless network. You don't need to issue any "connect" commands for a device connected via USB if it is already recognized in adb devices prompt. Just issue any other command, e.g. adb shell ls /sdcard/ ...


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I've personally found the Nexus Root Toolkit's process and walkthrough always makes this exceptionally simple. Just install, run, let it do its updates, and then click the Full Driver Installation Guide - Automatic + Manual to have it guide you through. The process can often be trickier than merely installing drivers, and this will help you know what you ...


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There are many tutorials on the internet, and I will explain the best method here in my answer. Download this program: http://www.mediafire.com/download/gy3g3gdc1vzcv6a/adb-setup-1.4.2.exe Open the program. Select Y on every option. ADB should now be successfully installed on your Windows 8.x computer. More information can be found here.


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Based on OP's clarification done in the comments below Izzy's answer, I propose the following solution if one's device is locked out and ADB is not enabled under Settings. Note that this method is tested on Stock Android 4.2.1 and Stock CM 12.0 (Android 5.0) , both devices having custom Recovery (ADB always enabled as default) . If your Stock Recovery ...


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Details for that can be found in our usb-debugging tag-wiki (where I've just added them): By default, USB debugging is disabled with stock ROMs (some custom ROMs however have it enabled by default). To toggle it on or off, you can find the corresponding switch in Settings › Development – a section originally hidden with Android 4.2 and up. You can make ...



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