07-18-2013 08:46 AM
I have the same problems with the ADB driver as discussed on the forum
Your hack of the .ini files is not accepted bij Windows 8 ("file has no hash file and has probably been tampered with"). As I would like to put an app on the device (it is running on the simulator in Eclipse), I would be interested to make a connection. Seems like a new driver is necessary.
I would consider this a part of using an open source operating systeem like Android, to enable users to access the device.
Connecting to the device trough USB is working, it is just not recognised by ADB ("waiting for connection fron device").
07-18-2013 06:35 PM
07-19-2013 01:15 AM
Well, Thank you.
My driver is installed now. It is no longer listed under 'other devices'. I have an Android Composite Interface now (which confirms the recent install of the driver), and the device is 'portable devices'. But adb.exe still does not find any devices. On the Slate 7 developer options are ON and USB bugging is selected.
Apparantly, the device does nor send a reply. Do I need to activate this ?
Sibe Jan Koster
Please follow the instruction in this link to install an unsigned driver on Windows8 http://dhakshinamoorthy.wordpress.com/2012/05/14/installing-an-unsigned-driver-in-windows-8-x64/
07-19-2013 05:51 AM
Exactly, no devices are listed, just an empty list.
adb is running on the laptop and starts up a deamon, on the device a process called /sbin/abdb is running. Normal USB connection for file transfer is disconnected upon switching to USB debug mode.
But no connection. I have restarted Pc and device, but no avail.
I have device version 2801, does it need the same driver settings as mentioned in this forum (probably for version 2800 ?)
Not sure what's problem now, are you saying when you run adb devices, there is no device listed?
Please try disable/enable Developer options plus switch MTP/PTP...
08-27-2013 06:26 AM
Just Install this one.
and Hp will be work fine as Usb debugging and you can use eclipse, no need to add any 0x to Ini file or Hp.