I have a Motorola Droid1 phone, running android 2.2.3 (not rooted). When I run
adb devices it doesn't detect the Droid. I checked in Device Manager on my 64bit Win8 machine, and I see an Android ADB Interface listed there. I never had this problem with my other Motorola phones (Droid X1, Droid X2, Droid Bionic).
I have tried many things:
- reinstall Motorola USB drivers
- kill adb process
- kill adb server
- restart the machine
- factory-reset the phone
- pub 0x22B8 into adb_usb.ini
Nothing helps. Has anybody experienced a similar issue?
I've never been able to get my Motorola Droid (first gen) to connect over ADB in Windows 8, even with all the above set. Other devices in Windows 8 64-bit work with those settings. Not my original Motorola Droid though.
But ADB works for me in Windows 7 64-bit, once all the above settings are also made. I think the modern ADB USB driver for Windows 8 only half supports devices as old as the original Droid. It's quite frustrating, but I don't know of any other way around this for now.
I had the same problem then tried to turn off USB debugging and then managed to connnect.