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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by AndroidxGuy, May 25, 2011.

  1. AndroidxGuy

    AndroidxGuy Android Enthusiast
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  2. fpssiz

    fpssiz Newbie

    Dood thanks!
     
  3. AndroidxGuy

    AndroidxGuy Android Enthusiast
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  4. betsuni78

    betsuni78 Well-Known Member

    I guess that john isn't so bad after all...
     
  5. ciper

    ciper Android Enthusiast

    Final ****ingly.

    Now my question is, does it have the same functionality as the Galaxy S drivers installed previously?

    For those who dont see it make sure you click the SOFTWARE tab

    File name MetroPCS_SCH_R910_USB_Drivers_v1.3.650.0.exe
     
  6. AndroidxGuy

    AndroidxGuy Android Enthusiast
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    What are the benefits of installing these drivers? Been wondering if they would allow me to tweak the phone a bit.
     
  7. ciper

    ciper Android Enthusiast

    They allow you to use the android debugging bridge.
     
  8. BlueMuscles

    BlueMuscles Android Enthusiast

    Hi Ciper

    Can you exlain to me what is a debugging bridge and exactly what does it do and what are the benefits ?

    Thnaks
     
  9. ciper

    ciper Android Enthusiast

    Among other things it lets you push and pull files from the phone (including the installation of apk) and gives you shell access to the phone which is often easier than running terminal emulator directly on the phone screen.
     
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  10. TOZZ

    TOZZ Lurker

    can someone please explain how to do this ? I like to transfer images and stuff from my phone to my PC and viceversa.
    Thanks.
     
  11. astmd1655

    astmd1655 Member

    After reading a response to one of my posts I thought I would add CWM and load the Basix rom. Then I found out that my laptop doesn't see my phone anymore. It is seen in USBDeview but adb doesn't see it. I tried uninstalling/reinstalling the drivers, rebooting the phone and computer, tried different USB ports. I do have a data cable as the laptop does ack that there is a device unlike my other cable that is for charging only. With the new drivers installed in the device manager (Vista) it shows an error with USB mass storage.

    Any ideas? Am I missing something?
     
  12. tiede

    tiede Android Expert

    Make sure USB debugging is turned on in the phone, under settings->Applications->Development.
    If that doesn't work, try removing the SD card before hooking it up to the PC.
     
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  13. astmd1655

    astmd1655 Member

    Well the ADB finally appeared in the Device Manager but that's as far as I got so I cheated and used a different computer. Time to do that Linux box I've been meaning to set up.
     
  14. tiede

    tiede Android Expert

    You won't regret it! Linux FTW!
    Back in the day I would have said install Ubuntu, for it's ease of use and stability, but these days... I'm starting to think Canonical is getting a little too cocky.
    So Ubuntu still has top spot, but you may also want to try some other flavors to test things out...
    Or just go pure debian, and customize it to your liking (if you've got the guts and talent)
    Just make sure to stick with debian-based systems, for package management purposes. Trust me, you see an instruction somewhere that says "yum" to install something, run away! :) Stick with .deb files instead. They're waaay easier to work with, and apt does almost everything for you! :)

    /off topic
     
  15. astmd1655

    astmd1655 Member

    Got it to work. Had to take the memory card out and reboot the phone while its connected. And got tether to work (my old laptop doesn't have a wireless NIC so using my indulge's wifi, not the 4g). Couldn't install Ubuntu so went with Xubuntu and everything is working great.
     

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The Samsung Galaxy Indulge release date was February 2011. Features and Specs include a 3.5" inch screen, 3MP camera, GB RAM, processor, and 1500mAh battery.

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