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Support ADB Drivers for Galaxy Spica?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by anttikarhu, Jan 15, 2010.

  1. anttikarhu

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    Hi!

    Anyone know where to get ADB drivers for Galaxy Spica to get it to work with Eclipse (on-device debugging)?

    Thanks!
     

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    I have installed usb driver from Galaxy Spica firm CD. That's all. (XP SP3)
     
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    I also tried that. But after that, the computer stopped recognizing the phone at all. Not even the mass storage mode worked until i removed all the samsung drivers.
     
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    have you turned on debug mode? (Settings -> Applications -> Development -> USB Debugging)
     
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    I sure have.
     
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    I managed to install the drivers. Here's how it worked out.

    -Install New PC Studio from Samsung CD (USB Driver installer did not run without this)
    -Remove the just installed New PC Studio from Windows Control Panel, it for whatever reason messes up the connections at least on my computer
    -Drivers should still appear in installed applications list
    -Change phone to USB Debugging state and connect the phone
    -Phone drivers are installed and ADB now see the device

    Ty proteus, the drivers from CD were the corrects ones after all :)
     
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    thank you anttikarhu. no body needs to spend so much time looking for a solution over a piece of less-than-stellar software.

    please note. after you have done his steps, do restart your phone (with the cord connected) to see the effect. =) i created this account to help those who are like me.

    i hope i helped!
     
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    great..problem solved..
    many thx.. :D
     
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    Tech lead, Teleca AB India
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    Hi All,
    I am trying to install apk on spica ( android os 2.1 ) using "Ubuntu 8.10- Intrepid ". but my mobile phone is not getting detected when i am connecting via USB. I've enabled settings->applications settings -> Unknown sources and USB debugging options. but still when i run "./adb devices" command on terminal i dont see my samsung device name in the output list.

    I suspect that Samsung galaxy spica mobile USB drivers are missing for Ubuntu.

    Samsung CD supports only Windows XP or VIsta but not ubuntu .

    Can anyone please tell where spica USB drivers are available for Ubuntu ?

    Thanks in advance
    Ravi
     

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