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Getting ADB working with the WiMM One

20:20 by akylas. Filed under: Hardware,Mobile

My first hurdle in starting development with the WiMM One was getting it recognized via adb. It took a while to find out the steps needed to get it working, but hopefully these will be helpful for someone:

  1. Ensure you have the latest driver package installed via the Android SDK.
  2. If you updated the driver package, and you’re running Windows, you may have to update the driver of the device in the device manager
  3. Next, if you’re on any platform, run the following commands in your terminal (if you’re on Mac or Linux, you may have to prefix some of these commands with ./ if you find they do not work):
    1. cd [ANDROID-SDK-PARENT-DIRECTORY]/android-sdk/tools
    2. android update adb
    3. cd ../platform-tools
    4. adb kill-server
    5. adb start-server (Note: If on Mac or Linux, use sudo adb start-server instead.)
    6. adb devices to ensure that your computer now recognizes the device

From there you can adb install packages, access the shell with adb shell, view the logs with adb logcat -v time, and many others. Hope your WiMM One is now functioning properly. Drop a comment if you continue to run into issues.

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