I am having a funky issue connecting my HTC EVO 3D (Running 4.0.3) to my MacBook Pro (OSX 10.9.1). I have connected this phone using
Android Studio for development, using the same cord, same phone, and operating system on a different computer.
The EVO is in debug mode, tried swapping out cables, swapping ports, restarting computer multiple times, restarting phone etc. The phone will mount as a disk, but can not be discovered by
adb in any connection mode.
This leaves me to believe that either my USB ports on my MacBook are messed up, which I have followed instructions to reseting my SMC and PRAM, which lead to nothing. So then I thought it was possibly a corrupt ADB, so I went ahead and reinstalled the Android SDK This lead to a few hours wasted, but was feeling confident this would solve my problems. Unfortunately it did not, does anyone have any suggestions?
Edit: To add to the confusion, I can get the EVO to mount as a storage device, and upload an
apk for development, but this is not very helpful if I have to transfer the file manually every time I want to test.