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64-bit windows 7

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Has anyone managed to get drivers for the liquid that work in 64bit windows 7? I think the drivers posted are only 32-bit ;)

At least, when i run the DPinst exe it says its not 64-bit. I did manually add the drivers though device manager and then it told me they were made for windows 98 or something ;)

I've tried emailing Acer, haven't heard back yet though...

Any ideas?

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I too use Win 7 64-bit. What do you need the drivers for? Is it to get ADB working?

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haven't tried with ADB (never used it, but will oneday).

Was going to try and get it working as a modem. I had 4 devices in the device manager that need drivers...

Having attempted to install the drivers Paul stickied i now have 3: Acer Android Modem 9018, COM7 and COM9.

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I see.. Is it Paul who have written the drivers because Acer hasn't released any drivers, right?

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Posted in sticky post too. ;)

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Question:

I installed the drivers that are pinned, no problem.

(under devices, in windows 7 64bit, I now show a Acer HSUSB device).

I installed SDK 1.6 (r4) from google.

I would like to take a screen shot. (I have not rooted my phone).

I am trying to use DDMS, but it doesn't seem to see my device.

Any suggestions?

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thanks Paul.

Of course using the phone as a modem doesn't work still (but i was guessing that would happen). Think i'll go post in the other thread now about that ;)

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