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Hi,

Anyone knows how to make it work? Which driver/software should I install?
I tried "abd devices" and it showed nothing :)

Thanks!

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Make sure to tick USB debugging in the Manage Applications/Development section of settings.

You also need the drivers here - http://developer.mot...andset_Drivers/

Once they are installed you should see your device. I think I has it connected on the MultimediaCard choice in the mount preferences. :)

Oh also, I had a version of the Android SDK on my computer that I used with my G1, Hero, and Magic. I had to upgrade it though to SDK r4 in order for it to work with the Milestone.

Best of luck - Dayzee xx

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Make sure to tick USB debugging in the Manage Applications/Development section of settings.

You also need the drivers here - http://developer.mot...andset_Drivers/

Once they are installed you should see your device. I think I has it connected on the MultimediaCard choice in the mount preferences. :)

Oh also, I had a version of the Android SDK on my computer that I used with my G1, Hero, and Magic. I had to upgrade it though to SDK r4 in order for it to work with the Milestone.

Best of luck - Dayzee xx


Thanks a lot!
However I got the installation problem B)
Probably the driver hasn't yet supported win 7
Any idea?

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Not sure on Win7 as don't know much about it - maybe you need the 64bit driver? Or just google for windows 7 drivers on the forum link above :)

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Not sure on Win7 as don't know much about it - maybe you need the 64bit driver? Or just google for windows 7 drivers on the forum link above :)

Dayzee xx


Hi again,

I found a very good instruction right here B)
http://www.modmymoto...ad.php?t=521428

Thanks!

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Excellent stuff - this will be a good resource once rooting happens and we can play more with ADB and stuff :)

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hi again,

Truly window 7 support is here: (Verson 4.2.0)
http://www.motorola....0008806b00aRCRD

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