1. logodude's Avatar
    I an trying to overclock my droid. I have rooted my droid and downloaded the android sdk. But when I open adb, I am unable to type anything. It just days process complete. Can someone help me?
    01-31-2010 12:26 PM
  2. logodude's Avatar
    By the way using snow leopard.
    01-31-2010 12:27 PM
  3. thebizz's Avatar
    Try opening a command prompt then and change the directory to your tools folder. It works with windows not sure about Mac

    And if you still can't get it to work get Droid root pro from the market. That will flash the kernel
    01-31-2010 05:27 PM
  4. logodude's Avatar
    That's what I did. It says adb is not a command. and if I type open adb it opens and then it just says progress complete and it won't allow me to type anything.
    01-31-2010 10:01 PM
  5. thebizz's Avatar
    Do what I said above then once your ogre directory is in you tools folder type adb shell then press inter the it should start the program mmake sure your phone is connected and debugging is selected
    01-31-2010 11:21 PM
  6. jeffnucci's Avatar
    I'm not sure if anyone helped you figure this out or not... but... You have to point your Mac to the directory that adb is in.

    For me I open a new Terminal window and type:

    export PATH=$PATH:/Users/jeffnucci/Documents/androidsdk/tools

    You can then run ADB commands.
    02-03-2010 12:42 PM