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ADB not recognize Y300 with CM11


Guest EndruBoy1
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Guest EndruBoy1

Hello!

I need to test my app on my phone. When I connect it in USB debug mode enabled nothing happens. When I check with 'adb devices' command it doesn't shows my phone. I've tried uninstall and reinstall Huawei drivers and google drivers, still nothing. I have an unknown device in the device manager called msm7627a (this is my phones chipset). What am I missing?

 

Using Win7 64 bit, Cyanogenmod 11 (Android 4.2.2).

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Guest TayoOnabule

Make sure you're updated to the latest version of adb.

Also, when you first plug a ROM into ADB, you have to allow that computer permission on your phone... So watch out for the popup on your phone when you plug it in. There's a command like "adb server stop" then "adb server start" or something that you can do to make the popup show again

Also, if you want to use adb for root, you have to allow root permissions for adb in the developer settings on your phone. You should change it to "adb and apps"

Last thing... Probably the most important, is look for the universal adb drivers. Actually Google "adb drivers" and install those.... If you need more help I can help in the morning once I can get to my computer :p

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Guest EndruBoy1

Tried to restart adb server still nothing, not even the popup shows on my phone. I've downloaded the latest Google USB drivers like says here. When I right click on the unkown device at device manager and try to install the driver from my local disk it says no driver found (I've selected the {sdk}/extras/google/usb-driver folder). The SDK manager says every component I have is up to date. I'm out of ideas.

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