- 06-18-2010, 12:37 AM #2
- 06-18-2010, 12:48 AM #4
So I'm at the point where I am installing the USB Drivers and I'm installing the driver software to the phone. But for some odd reason when I select on my phone to mount the sd card it gives me this error saying "Warning..... No sdcard detected!.... Application cannot run normly." I don't understand since my computer reconized my phone and the SD card then it obviously is functioning. So I just decided to reformat the SD thinking that may solve the problem. No Luck.... Any ideas on what to do?
- 06-18-2010, 01:25 AM #6
Really because I'm following the instructions from <url>http://www.androidcentral.com/sdk-driver-root-oh-my</url>
and is states "Now, plug your phone in, just as if you were going to transfer a song or a picture. But this time don't pull down the shade and mount the SD card. You'll get a "Found New Hardware" message from Windows.
Select "Locate and install driver software."
Select "Don't search online."
Select "I don't have the disk. Show me other options."
Select "Browse my computer for driver software."
Now browse to the SDK folder, and point Windows to the folder named usb_driver. Click the image below to enlarge it and see the usb_driver folder inside your Android SDK."
So I am kinda confused then....
- 06-18-2010, 01:42 AM #8
- 06-18-2010, 01:47 AM #9
- 06-18-2010, 02:21 AM #11
- 06-18-2010, 02:53 AM #14
I'm currently on this guide http://www.androidcentral.com/sdk-driver-root-oh-my and I am at the stage where you install the USB driver (step 2). After I turn debugging on it tells me to plug phone in and download usb_driver from the SDK folder. The problem I am running into is that everytime I plug my phone in windows doesn't give me a notification that it is searching for updates. But according to the guide I should "Now, plug your phone in, just as if you were going to transfer a song or a picture. But this time don't pull down the shade and mount the SD card. You'll get a "Found New Hardware" message from Windows. "
- 06-18-2010, 03:29 AM #16
- 06-18-2010, 10:58 AM #17
Ok. Well I just ended up plugging my phone in and going to Device Mangager then went to "Update Driver Software". Which does the same thing as the tutorial. But when I do the step of "Leave "Include subfolders" checked, and click "Next." Windows might ask you if you're sure. Say yes if it does." When I click next a window pops up saying this..."Windows has determined the software for your device is up to date." So if it is up to date do I just skip the step about the USB Drivers?
- 06-18-2010, 01:59 PM #19
Now when I input this code into the command prompt.
"adb push asroot2 /data/local/
chmod 0755 /data/local/asroot2
I don't get the response the guide told me that I should have gotten. Which should be this...
"$ /data/local/asroot2 /system/bin/sh
[+] Using newer pope_inode_info layout
SUCCESS: Enjoy the shell.
I get this instead this output...
" killed /data/local/asroot2/system/bin/sh"
Any ideas where I went wrong?
- 06-18-2010, 05:33 PM #21
Since I downloaded the OTA update recently I have to run the RUU to get my phone back to .5 from .6. It seems to be running the RUU client fine until it gets to 85%. From there the client closes out and gives me this message.. "Error 171 USB not connected". I had this problem when trying to update to 2.1. Never could figure it out so I ended up just taking it to the Sprint store and got them to update it for me. Are you familiar with a fix to this error?
- 06-19-2010, 05:16 PM #23
Are you running a 64 bit windows OS?
If so, then it is a driver problem. It's been well documented for the 8 months the phone has been out. Windows always installs the wrong drivers on Vista and 7 64 bit. Go into Device Manager, and check to see the description of your phone there. You want it to say "My HTC". If it says anything else, update the driver manually by browsing to the location where you installed HTC Sync and picking the x64 drivers. After that, your phone description should change to "My HTC" in Device Manager.
You may have to do this twice as the phone will detect differently when it reboots to recovery as part of the RUU. When it does this, you will probably have to check the drivers in Device Manager and change them to read "My HTC" again. After that, reboot the phone and run the RUU again.
See if that works.
- 06-20-2010, 03:05 PM #25