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http://plugable.com/2012/12/01/windows-8-and-intel-usb-3-0-host-controllers Updating 3.0 drivers from Microsoft to Intel makes HTC devices connect through ADB and FASTBOOT!
you just have to enable usb debugging mode. go to settings scroll down to developer options. Under that the first option is usb debugging. enable that
As it turns out, the issue was that my phone was no longer being recognised as a composite USB device by Windows, meaning only one of ADB, MTP or HTC Sync was capable of running at a given time. After the update, MTP was always recognised first. This explains both the 4.3 issue of MTP and ADB conflicting, and the 4.4 issue of no ADB. The solution was ...
Try uninstalling the previous drivers and after that connect your device to the PC and let the system detect your device drivers and download it.
Make sure cable is connected properly. Try other usb port. Close all programs running that is related to adb. Go to developer Options and tick on USB Debugging. Delete HTC android drivers in device manager and reinsert you cable :) then restart.
Try a powered USB hub. My (Win7) work laptop refuses to connect to my Samsung S2 except through the powered USB hub in the monitor.
Almost none of the regular Linux graphics architecture is used on Android (that is, Mesa, XWindows, etc). Driver developers can choose to reuse major portions of their drivers, but there is a lot of plumbing involved to get drivers to work with SurfaceFlinger (and gralloc, and the Hardware Composer), including 3D rendering as well as display output (HDMI ...
From what I looked up, the Karbonn s1 titanium does not support OTG. According to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Snapdragon_(system_on_chip)#Snapdragon_S4 the Karbonn s1 Titanium, is a MSM8625Q chipset. Which does not support OTG http://www.qualcomm.com/snapdragon/processors/s4/specs
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