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Had the same problem and nothing worked until I made sure I was using a USB data cable. Maybe the one I was using is for charging only


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install drivers for your phone look for drivers at your phone manufacturer's website or look at your chipset manufacturer's website. if Driver didn't install properly turn off Driver signature enforcement on windows from boot options Link for how to disabled Driver signature enforcement and install drivers reboot your PC plug in your phone hope that ...


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I ended up having to transfer my files to a temporary directory on Google Drive and download it from Google Chrome to my Desktop and then make use of them from there. Anyways, a couple of days later my Windows 7 OS (Sony VAIO) completely crashed (gray screen). I forced the laptop off with the off switch and after returning to it after a walk and turining it ...


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do you have android debug bridge enabled in developer options? i'm pretty sure that will enable it in recovery mode, too. with your device booted, go into settings and choose "About phone (or tablet)." scroll down and tap on "Build number" 7 times. now go back out to the main settings screen and you should see "Developer options." Select that and make sure ...


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Do you have adb installed? Added the android rules and etc? I was in the same boat last night kind of, was trying to run a logcat. Google adb for whateverdistro you are using. Once I set up adb/android rules, my phone would show up via lsusb Also, not sure if it matters, but do you have USB debugging turned on? I assume since you are trying to build an ...


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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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