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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by The_Superhoo, May 28, 2011.

  1. The_Superhoo

    The_Superhoo Android Enthusiast
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  2. rexdog1888

    rexdog1888 Android Enthusiast

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  3. The_Superhoo

    The_Superhoo Android Enthusiast
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    Man this sure is looking tougher. Why arent there any basic all-encompassing instructions out there? :-(
     
  4. rexdog1888

    rexdog1888 Android Enthusiast

    Its not really as hard as it looks and if you get stuck i'm sure everyone here on androidforums will help you out
     
  5. The_Superhoo

    The_Superhoo Android Enthusiast
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    Well, I downloaded Android SDK, but now I have no clue what I'm doing.

    I have my phone plugged in to my computer, but which connection option do I pick? Disk drive I think?

    It never prompts me to install any drivers for SDK, except for VZW's vcast crap.
     
  6. rexdog1888

    rexdog1888 Android Enthusiast

    No leave it in charge only
     
  7. scotty85

    scotty85 Extreme Android User

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  8. rexdog1888

    rexdog1888 Android Enthusiast

    The drivers are in the "Thunderbolt Support" part of HTC's website, just download them and install them
     
  9. The_Superhoo

    The_Superhoo Android Enthusiast
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    I got HTC Sync from the Thunderbolt support page on HTC's website.

    When I plug my phone in, it says "No device connected" in the HTC Sync window, and in the taskbar tray it says "HTC Sync port of ADR6400L is not responding. Please disconnect cable and reconnect after 10 seconds."

    wth?


    (I have windows 7, but the video you linked above says downloading Sync from the website makes it work...)
     
  10. rexdog1888

    rexdog1888 Android Enthusiast

    I don't know, i've never seen it do that
     
  11. rexdog1888

    rexdog1888 Android Enthusiast

    Have you tried connecting to it with adb, its possible that error doesn't matter
     
  12. The_Superhoo

    The_Superhoo Android Enthusiast
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    half the stuff he talks about doesnt exist. He doesnt have a link to the adb for dummies site he references several times...


    *EDIT* OK so I just read off his video rather than finding the site myself. I got to the point where i'm supposed to go into the command prompt and check to see what adb devices I have installed

    His just said "List of devices attached" and then listed a bunch of letters and numbers followed by "device"

    When I did it on my computer, it first says "adb server is out of date. killing..." then "* daemon started successfully *" and then listed a device, but the letters and numbers are different from his...
     
  13. rexdog1888

    rexdog1888 Android Enthusiast

    Link to download:
    adf.ly/Xfyl

    Wait 5 seconds and click the "skip ad" button in the top right corner and the download should begin
     
  14. The_Superhoo

    The_Superhoo Android Enthusiast
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    Yeah I got that part, but there's no link to the forum page he refers to.


    anyway, i did that part, and as I said, got to the first part with the command prompt, and i don't get the same stuff he does when I enter "adb devices"
     
  15. rexdog1888

    rexdog1888 Android Enthusiast

    Thats ok, my #s are different from his too, as long as it recognises your phone, just keep going
     
  16. rexdog1888

    rexdog1888 Android Enthusiast

    Good luck with rooting your phone and don't worry setting up adb was the hard part, rooting it just takes time and being able to use cut and paste
     
  17. The_Superhoo

    The_Superhoo Android Enthusiast
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    Geez I feel hopeless lol.

    OK so I'm continuing with Step 2, and I'm comparing the md5sums...only the Exploits.zip file matches. the other 2 do not. wth?
     
  18. rexdog1888

    rexdog1888 Android Enthusiast

    Try redownloading the files, different md5sums usually mean a corrupt download
     
  19. The_Superhoo

    The_Superhoo Android Enthusiast
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    Doing that now.
     
  20. rexdog1888

    rexdog1888 Android Enthusiast

    Did you get the correct md5sums this time?
     
  21. The_Superhoo

    The_Superhoo Android Enthusiast
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    Have to download them from a different mirror, and it's uber slow.

    Got one file nearly complete and accidentally turned off my surge protector. So it begins again...haha
     
  22. scotty85

    scotty85 Extreme Android User

    psssst! *tapping shoulder*

    did you catch that part he said about clcking the link "in the video description"?

    if you click at the top to "watch on you tube" there is a "show more links" in the video description. click it an youll see this:

    Show more for links

    ADB for Dummies Link
    AdF.ly - shrink your URLs and get paid!
    Contact Support

    Variable value: C:\android-sdk-windows\platform-tools

    Driver Link
    Android SDK ADB Driver

    Rooting Guide Link
    Updated (4/21/2011): [Exclusive] How To Root The HTC ThunderBolt And Unlock Its Bootloader | Android News, Reviews, Apps, Games, Phones, Tablets, Tips, Mods, Videos, Tutorials - Android Police

    but it sounds like youre figuring it out nonetheless :)

    also,you might consider using xdas guide,if android poliece really hasnt been updated since 4/21
    [ROOT] MR1/OTA PermRoot + Unlock Bootloader - Safer/Easier 5/12/2011
     
  23. The_Superhoo

    The_Superhoo Android Enthusiast
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    yeah, but when I clicked the link for ADB for dummies, it only gave me the file download. NOT the forum link
     
  24. rexdog1888

    rexdog1888 Android Enthusiast

    I tried to copy the link from the video and found out the forum don't exsist anymore
     
  25. scotty85

    scotty85 Extreme Android User

    my bad... that bottom one used to take you there. he must have done something to that sight,as the link from his xda thread goes to that same androidsamuri page: [HOW-TO] ADB for Dummies(How-To Learner's Guide) - xda-developers

    edit: i sent vanilla tbone a pm. if hes still got a the guide somewhere ill add that to the post so it doesnt cause folks confusion in the future. again,sorry it wasnt there for you.
     

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