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Android Wear Software and Hacking General. I am using a BHD showing the same issue. I did this same thing a few times yesterday on a laptop with no results. Click “Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer”. Right click on that, and proceed as described above to select and isntall the “Android ADB Interface” driver.
Previous Thread Next Thread. Use the device manager to manually locate and install the drivers.
It seems like my situation is comparable to this guy in regards to the device just being treated like a flash drive. And second question is why would you ever choose Acer Sync to copy your files over?!?
Any way to turn off MTP mode for USB?
None of the other answers worked for me, but it pointed me in the right direction. Just use the thumb drive like you would the micro sd card. The installer did not work for me, and since the icobia drivers installer comes packed in an EXE so you can’t install manually.
Are you a developer? I’ve tried installing the acer drivers. I’m new with the Acer, and I don’t have an answer to your question, but I wondered about using a thumb drive. Where did you get that acer drivers please?
android – Acer Iconia A not in adb devices – Stack Overflow
Kevin 1, 11 My device hardware ID and the inf file were a bit different from the mt; in the link but the general idea is there.
Inam Abbas 1, 13 Well, it’s working at least. You can try to remove drivers using Device Manager and reconnect device or connect your device to another usb port.
I feel like such a tool. Why can’t you simply choose all the a050 you want, drag and drop them into your tab and wait for it to copy the files, and be done with it? Yet another set of symptoms, and another answer Drag and drop files just like a thumb drive.
MTP USB device failed to install
I decided it was finally time to work, fired up adb and launched eclipse to test an app and I discovered it wasn’t in my devices list. When I plug the device in it uses some generic Microsoft driver to show the device contents but composite adb doesn’t show up at all like it does for my Droid.
Acer’s driver setup utility doesn’t really install driver but only copies file. I know other tabs are like that, which is the normal usb drive mode.
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Immediately “adb devices” found it. Sony Xperia XZ3 Review: