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Old November 15th, 2012, 11:33 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by mdonodeo View Post
Hello new here..I have a Proscan PLT7035-PL made by Curtis International. I need the drivers to gain root accsss. I need the Windows drivers. I have had no luck with their support. Here are the stats:

RK29SDK
Model PLT7035-PL
Android 4.04
Kernel version 3.0.8+
Build Number rk06

PLEASE ANY HELP! Just the ADB drivers...

Thank you all so much!

-Mike
Here is a quote from a tutorial I wrote for a friend:
Step 2 install and configure your ADB USB Drivers (Let the fun begin)

Extract your zip file containing the ADB USB drivers or Install the Android SDK and follow instructions on how to use the SDK manager to download the lastest drivers from google.

Once downloaded edit the inf file (usually named android_winusb.inf)
Add the following under the [Google.NTx86] heading and again under the [Google.NTamd64] heading: (one is for 32bit systems and the other is for 64 bit Systems)

Code:
;ProScan plt-7035
%SingleAdbInterface%        = USB_Install, USB\VID_2207&PID_0010
%CompositeAdbInterface%     = USB_Install, USB\VID_2207&PID_0010&REV_0222&MI_01
After saving and exiting. Turn on USB Debugging on your tablet. It is under Settings => Developer Options and is the first option at the top make sure it has a check in the checkbox. Exit the developer screen by pressing back or the home key and plug in your tablet to a usb port on your computer using a micro-USB cable.

Device detection should at this point detect a few devices but at least 1 will fail without drivers. Possibly more on XP systems..

Under Device Manager => Other Devices you should have a device called "PLT7035-PL" use the usb drivers modifed above to install the ADB USB Drivers.
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*** Important Note ***
At this point even with the ADB Driver installed ADB will not see the tablet. We have to create or edit the file c:\users\whatever your username is\.android\adb_usb.ini

If you have already run ADB at any time on your system the file and directory should already exist. If not you will need to create the directory and the file.
on a single line simply add this to a blank line in the file and save and exit:
0x2207
This tells ADB to look for that vendor code. (if you allready have ADB on your computer 'adb devices' should now show your tablet.
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