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10th March 2014, 06:04 AM   |  #1  
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Hi, I am having problems with rooting, and any help will be greatly appreciated.

Problem: No ADB connection.

Here are the steops i am stuck in:
Step 2.2 and step 2.3.


2.) Plug your device in via USB.
- Wait a few minutes to see if your computer auto-configures MTP.

This was done by windows.


3.) Disable MTP mode:
- Settings > Storage > Menu item in upper right > 'USB computer connection' > Uncheck MTP.
- Wait a few minutes to see if your computer auto-configures MTP.

Nothing happened.
Going on with the installation(2.4-2.6) even with this not done, i found that i managed to see the nexus device , and that it installs a driver after turning USB debugging on.
However, continuing on with step 3, i can't install the Android ADB interface drivers.


Thanks for your time.
Lee

Step 2 is listed below for reference.
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Step 2: Configuring your MTP drivers

- This step is to ensure you can access the files on your devices sdcard through windows explorer via USB.

1.) Disable USB debugging:

- Setttings > Developer Options > uncheck 'USB Debugging'.

2.) Plug your device in via USB.

- Wait a few minutes to see if your computer auto-configures MTP.

3.) Disable MTP mode:

- Settings > Storage > Menu item in upper right > 'USB computer connection' > Uncheck MTP.

- Wait a few minutes to see if your computer auto-configures MTP.

4.) Re-enable MTP mode:

- Settings > Storage > Menu item in upper right > 'USB computer connection' > Check MTP.

5.) Re-enable USB debugging:

- Setttings > Developer Options > Check 'USB Debugging'.

6.) Check to see if you can access your devices internal storage through explorer using the button below.

- 'Launch Explorer' > 'My Computer' > 'Devices' > Your Nexus device.

7.) Proceed to Step 3.

Last edited by leexiongan; 10th March 2014 at 06:09 AM. Reason: Better clarity in post