|12-05-2010, 07:29 AM||#1|
Join Date: Jan 2010
Device: Classic Nook, Nookcolor
ADB USB with new softroot
Downloaded the latest nookdevs softroot. But I can't fully utilize it because I can't get the adb working properly -- over usb now. I'm sure that I haven't got the driver downloaded and placed correctly. Will someone who has successfully established the new adb connection let me know the directories that hold the android sdk program and the driver? Are they both in the same directory, or is the driver placed within the "tools" directory of the sdk program? Or does it even matter -- perhaps I'm doing something else wrong. But I downloaded the new driver software (1.5) and can't even get the android setup manager to recognize it.
|12-05-2010, 09:59 AM||#2|
Join Date: Jul 2010
Location: The Lake
Device: rooted Nooks, retired. JetBook Lite, Kindle 3
I have been asking about this since it was released and my connection was working before the 2.5.1 update when I had 2.4.1 installed, so I think we are going to have to wait a few weeks or so until nookdev recognizes some of the bugs and issues a fix.
I have also found that nookLibrary will no longer work with archiving sideloaded material. It will archive, but it cannot get it back; the app crashes.
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