I'm trying to deploy to my android device (Samsung galaxy tab 10.1 Android version 3.2).
It is connected to my development laptop and I do have USB Debugging enabled.
JDeveloper does not find the device.....
Here is my deployment log:
[01:16:17 PM] Updating Android profile dependencies with FAR profiles created from application projects...
[01:16:17 PM] ---- Deployment started. ----
[01:16:17 PM] Target platform is (Android).
[01:16:17 PM] Checking state of Android Debug Bridge server...
[01:16:23 PM] Started Android Debug Bridge server.
[01:16:23 PM] Verifying a single Android device is online and connected to the ADB server...
[01:16:23 PM] Shutting down Android Debug Bridge server...
[01:16:23 PM] Deployment cancelled.
[01:16:23 PM] ---- Deployment incomplete ----.
[01:16:23 PM] Failed to detect a connected Android device. (oracle.adfmf.framework.dt.deploy.android.deployers.CheckAttachedDevicesDeployer)
Even after restarting JDeveloper and/or the device, it still is not recognized.
I'm using a windows7 laptop here.
I think you need to install some drivers on your windows pc, on your Mac it should work without them...
Edited by: Menno_H on 25-sep-2012 22:53
Try to find the device with adb.
If you can find the device with the adb tool included in the android sdk then it's a jdev issue otherwise it's not and you would have to get this going first.
What i can get from your log is that adb doesn't find the device. But just to be sure, use the command line and type "adb devices" (if your platform-tools folder is listed under your PATH global variable only of course)
Check this out:
Edited by: Pascal B on 04.10.2012 05:32