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Android-Studio: Running App seems to cause hardware device be “offline”

Discussion in 'Android Development' started by dr63, Nov 6, 2018.

  1. dr63

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    I am under Windows 10, fresh install of Android Studio (ver 3.2.1), fresh install of Google USB driver.

    I set up my Nexus 10 tablet for development, I enabled USB-debugging.
    My Nexus 10 appears well in the list of available device in the Android Debug Bridge (ADB) window as a hardware device.

    Well, everything appeared ok according to the offical guideline: https://developer.android.com/studio/run/device.

    Then, when I click the Android-Studio “Run” green button in order to USB-debug my app over my Nexus 10, I systematically get a pop-up saying:

    Installation failed because the device Nexus 10 [numbers] disconnected.

    And just after that, my Nexus 10 consequently appears “Offline” in the ADB windows, although it is still accessible via the W10 explorer.

    I restart all machines, all programs, redo all stuff, try to physically disconnect-reconnect cable, but I am still stuck.

    Many thanks for your help.



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