mine does the same thing, after i copy the C/AC-SWM and paste it to the cmd it say that it cannot find the specified pathway...like its not picking up that the device is connected. this isnt working, why cant they just make an app for this. its an expensive phone they should have this app, how stupid can they be...this is so ****ing annoying.
First off, thank you very much for the informative guide! Second, I've got the whole process done, Swype's installed and on my phone etc. However, even though under Settings>Language & keyboard I have Swype checked and the language set, the primary keyboard remains the stock Inspire keyboard. Any idea how to get Swype working from this point?
awesome, worked like a charm. had problem at first because i downloaded the installer that put the folder in your C drive already, but the CMD prompts weren't working at all, so i re downloaded the zip version and then put it in manually, then everything worked perfectly.
Not exactly intuitive, especially since "auto install of sideloader is not available on mac"... And then I couldn't get it to install the .apk file, but I just pulled it down to my computer again, and it worked.
It may be worth mentioning that recently, AT&T pushed an Over The Air update that opened HTC Inspire 4G phones (among a handful of others) to allow *native* sideloading of third party apps. This includes apps from the Amazon store as well as the Swype betas.
In other words, these phones no longer block attempts to load apps from sources other than the Android Market and thus, Sideload Wonder Machine is no longer needed to get Swype working.
Now if they would just stop charging for the ability to tether we would be set!