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Root Samsung Moment Debog Mode USB Driver

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by chris5h, Nov 1, 2009.

  1. chris5h

    chris5h Active Member
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    Hey Guys, I just got a Samsung Moment and am trying to ADB into it but of course Debug mode needs to be enabled and of course you need the appropirate USB drivers.

    I have tried the ADB Android ADB USB drivers which worked for my Hero but so far no go on this one. Anyone have any suggestions.
     

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  2. CRPercodani

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    Hmmm.......Did you try the G1 drivers? Prolly won't work anyway but that's my only idea. You could possibly look for a Samsung Developers site or maybe contact Google about creating a driver for it. If none of the above, something should come out soon.
     
  3. maxdamage2122

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    Is there any updated news on this??? I'm dying to get ADB working so I can rip out all this sprint crap.

    EDIT: Nevermind. Found these drivers and they work for ADB. Now we just need ROOT!
     
  4. LincKraker

    LincKraker Well-Known Member
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    install samsung new pcstudio or look at the FAQ for the drivers...
     
  5. maxdamage2122

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    Thanks LincKraker I found them.
     
  6. sammydroid

    sammydroid New Member
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    ok got the driver to recognize device and it installed.... not when i try to run adb logcat it gives this


    ADB server didn't ACK
    * failed to start daemon *
    error: cannot connect to daemon
    * daemon not running. starting it now *
    ADB server didn't ACK
    * failed to start daemon *
    - waiting for device -
    * daemon not running. starting it now *
    ADB server didn't ACK
    * failed to start daemon *
    error: cannot connect to daemon
    * daemon not running. starting it now *
    ADB server didn't ACK
    * failed to start daemon *
    - waiting for device -
    * daemon not running. starting it now *
    ADB server didn't ACK
    * failed to start daemon *
    error: cannot connect to daemon
    * daemon not running. starting it now *
    ADB server didn't ACK
    * failed to start daemon *
    - waiting for device -
    * daemon not running. starting it now *
    ADB server didn't ACK
    * failed to start daemon *
    error: cannot connect to daemon
    * daemon not running. starting it now *
    ADB server didn't ACK
    * failed to start daemon *
    - waiting for device -
    * daemon not running. starting it now *
    ADB server didn't ACK
    * failed to start daemon *
    error: cannot connect to daemon
    * daemon not running. starting it now *


     
  7. Rastaman-FB

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    thats not to do with the drivers
    thats to do with EDB not being able to initialize on the os you are using
    if it was a device and driver issue it would simply say "no device"
     
  8. mhinojosa99

    mhinojosa99 New Member
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    I had the same issue installing PDANet on my Samsung Moment from Sprint.
    To fix, I downloaded the Samsung New_PC_Studio.exe from here
    Samsung's Digital World
    Installed it, than downloaded a new version of PDANet here
    http://www.junefabrics.com/bin2/PdaNetAs.exe
    and installed it. Followed the prompts in PDANet installer and it worked. This worked for me so it should work for you. After I installed it, I did a speed test and it downloaded at 1.2 mbps from the sprint network, WOW. :D
     
  9. thorasaurus

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    I'm usually just a passive consumer of the benefits of root and adb breakthroughs, but I just wanted to says thanks for all the work on this. Rooting is the true way to open software and a better all-around device.

    Cheers.
     
  10. Gremlyn1

    Gremlyn1 Well-Known Member
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    If we subsequently remove the PC Studio, our driver should stay put, right?
     

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