July 26th, 2012, 07:46 AM
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Originally Posted by vishusaga21
I tried what you told.But I couldn't get it.My device is not getting recognized.Did exactly what you told.Please help.Thank you
Vishusaga, welcome to Android Forums
Give this a try instead:
Before you begin, make sure that your computer can properly recognize the phone:
You will need SDK tools for Android, Java runtime, and HTC Sync installed on your Windows computer. Be sure to follow the directions for SDK tools for Android very carefully.
1. You only need to install HTC Sync for the drivers that come with it. But the program sometimes causes conflicts, so during this procedure, make sure it is not running. Open Task Manager in Windows and kill it. If you donít use HTC Sync, you may also open Control Panel and uninstall it without uninstalling the drivers.
2. With the phone on, connect the USB cable. Make sure the phone is connected in Charge only mode.
3. Enable USB debugging by going to Settings > Applications > Development > USB debugging.
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