1. jcole01272's Avatar
    Need a little (lot) of help, I searched and still wasn't able to find a solution. I rooted using unrevoked 3, installed the SDK and was able to remove quite a bit of the bloatware successfully from my EVO. However I missed like 2 programs I wanted to remove. Now when I boot in to recovery I get a "error: device not found" message. I have not changed anything since I was able to successfully remove the other bloatware, I have USB debugging enabled, the SDK is installed and I have ADB setup in my environment variables. I am in the correct folder when I am using the command prompt. I tried removing and reinstalling the drivers, reinstalling HTC Sync, and all no go. I switched USB ports, and I verified that the port is working because it will let me go in to disk drive mode when on. (BTW I am on windows 7 32 bit) I also get an error when I try to use HTC sync (not that I actually wanted to use it, just trying to test alternatives) and it remains "disconnected". Can't figure out what to try next...any assistance would be greatly appreciated!!!!
    07-27-2010 09:26 AM
  2. trooper54's Avatar
    You want to run the adb devices command in ./andorid-sdk/tools

    Just make sure thats right. I had a similar occurrence trying to run it in shell.
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    07-27-2010 10:30 AM
  3. jcole01272's Avatar
    You want to run the adb devices command in ./andorid-sdk/tools

    Just make sure thats right. I had a similar occurrence trying to run it in shell.
    Hmm, tried that, still having the issue. Did cd /android-sdk/tools and tried adb devices, but my EVO is not listed. Tried adb shell again and same device not found error message...
    07-27-2010 11:21 AM
  4. d3xn2o's Avatar
    Hmm, tried that, still having the issue. Did cd /android-sdk/tools and tried adb devices, but my EVO is not listed. Tried adb shell again and same device not found error message...


    its

    cd c:\Android-sdk/tools


    thats if you put it on the c:\


    Oh to add...

    do this ADB command...

    adb kill-server

    adb start-server

    adb devices

    you should see it connected
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    07-27-2010 11:41 AM
  5. jcole01272's Avatar
    yep, for me it was actually cd c:\android\android-sdk\tools but no go...:-(
    07-27-2010 11:46 AM
  6. d3xn2o's Avatar
    yep, for me it was actually cd c:\android\android-sdk\tools but no go...:-(
    your slashes are wrong...

    cd c:\android/android-sdk/tools

    Try that...
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    07-27-2010 12:12 PM
  7. jcole01272's Avatar
    your slashes are wrong...

    cd c:\android/android-sdk/tools

    Try that...
    Totally worked...Thanks!!!!!
    07-27-2010 02:27 PM
  8. d3xn2o's Avatar
    No prob dude...
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    07-27-2010 03:24 PM
  9. trooper54's Avatar
    lol, all a matter of getting into the proper directory

    Oh and ps.

    In win7

    when i type cd c:/andooid-sdk/tools it auto corrects to c:\android-sdk/tools
    XD
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    07-27-2010 03:38 PM
  10. d3xn2o's Avatar
    lol, all a matter of getting into the proper directory

    Oh and ps.

    In win7

    when i type cd c:/andooid-sdk/tools it auto corrects to c:\android-sdk/tools
    XD


    Yea me too...

    I used to work for Canon

    You learn quick that / \ these symbols are very important...

    I was a Network Specialist for Canon Copiers BTW...
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    07-27-2010 03:43 PM
  11. gksmithlcw's Avatar
    your slashes are wrong...

    cd c:\android/android-sdk/tools

    Try that...
    Since when does Windows accept slashes in cmd in place of backslashes?

    07-27-2010 09:40 PM
  12. d3xn2o's Avatar
    It matters if ur not on Windows 7
    07-27-2010 10:11 PM
  13. gksmithlcw's Avatar
    It matters if ur not on Windows 7
    I've run Windows for a long time and it has ALWAYS used (much to my annoyance, I might add) backslashes in its file paths unlike every other OS which uses slashes.
    07-28-2010 07:56 PM
  14. 12MaNy's Avatar
    Make sure the sdk folder is on the root of your C drive and try this...
    Code:
    cd C:\android-sdk-windows\tools
    07-28-2010 08:28 PM
  15. gksmithlcw's Avatar
    Make sure the sdk folder is on the root of your C drive and try this...
    Code:
    cd C:\android-sdk-windows\tools
    Yes, exactly. Backslashes...
    07-28-2010 08:42 PM
  16. trooper54's Avatar
    I'm telling you dude. In win7 I type it wither way and it auto corrects

    Sent from my PC36100 using Tapatalk
    07-28-2010 10:28 PM
  17. d3xn2o's Avatar
    I'm telling you dude. In win7 I type it wither way and it auto corrects

    Sent from my PC36100 using Tapatalk
    I believe you...

    Im just accustom to writing it correctly with both forward and back slashes...
    07-29-2010 07:12 AM
  18. gksmithlcw's Avatar
    I believe you...

    Im just accustom to writing it correctly with both forward and back slashes...
    But there are no slashes in Windows directory syntax. They are all backslashes. It's really annoying because EVERY OTHER OS I've used uses slashes.

    So, again...

    Since when does Windows accept slashes in cmd in place of backslashes?
    I just want to know when this change occurred...
    07-29-2010 06:39 PM
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