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  1. #16
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    New Jersey
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    Huawei-Mercury



    Re:

    Quote Originally Posted by BinaryMadman View Post
    Ok, i tried that but it still ends up installing the wrong drivers:

    Your device is ready to use:
    Android Adapter USB Device - Ready to use
    Android Adapter USB Device - Ready to use


    Blaster,

    That is where i have been pointing Windows to get the correct drivers from. When i go to 'Devices and Printers' and click on Add Device it says it is searching but does nothing for a long time. When i go to the Add Hardware Wizard and point it to the adb_driver folder from the Mercury, I select 'android_winsub.inf' the drivers that show up are:

    Android ADB Interface
    Android Bootloader Interface
    Android Composite ADB Interface

    Trying to install any of them results in a "This device cannot start. (code 10)" error message.
    Acouple of possibles
    :Are you using the USB cable that came with the phone or a "charging" cable?
    If its not a data cable it wont see the phone,but if it sees those drivers it already sees the phone.Hmmmm IRQ conflict?I think I might have copied that whole directory to a temp folder on my Harddrive,uninstalled,restarted,plugged the phone in and sent it to that folder to get the android_winusb.inf.
    UPDATE:Just for sh*ts and giggles I just installed it on my win-7 laptop.If its only showing you those 2 on the install you dont have USB-debugging turned on in applications.I copyed the drivers from teh phone onto a thumbdrive to make em easier to find during the install and pointed windows to it,worked like a charm.If ya get it wrong go into device manager,uninstall the android and unplug the USB then plug it back in and direct it to the files during the driver search.itll load em : )
    Last edited by Blaster; 08-20-2012 at 06:26 PM.

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  3. #17
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    Raymondville, Texas
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    Huawei Mercury



    I gave up and installed Ubuntu. Everything is working now and i can finally get some hobby programming done on my Mercury. Thanks for all the help anyway though!

 

 
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