Originally Posted by sirone
no news ?
Did you add the Tegra2 section to the
Did you manually install the driver as in the instructions?
Just becasue ADB detects your phone correctly doesn't mean it has detected the tablet without manually installing the driver for the tablet. What does devices do you see in Device Manager & what sections are they listed under (Android Phone, Disk Drives, Universal Serial Bus controllers, etc)? Windows has a tendency to install a non-compatible Android Debug Bridge Interface device under USB controllers if you let it. If it's there, right click it & select Uninstall, check the Delete the driver software for this device check box & hit OK. Now unplug the tablet from the PC & then plug it back in. Windows shoul see an Nvdia Harmony device & search for a driver...if it finds the correct one it will be listed as Android Composite ADB Interface under the Android Phone section. If it doesn't you will have to manually uppdate the driver (as in the instructions). Once it detects it correcty then you QtADB should see the tablet.
Try booting the tablet in both normal mode & recovery (Power & Vol +). QtABD should see the tablet in both modes (altough it will see it differently). Click on the Shell Icon on the left & try a simple command "ls". Thsi will give you a list of the files/directories in the current directory. Let me know if it working in each mode.
I may not be available much today but I'll try to check periodically. If we get adb working, I'd like to get rajeevvp involved.
I've been trying to look for someplace that has a Luvpad stock rom but haven't been succesfil. Have you tired going to the support section of Mouse Computer Japan & putting in your serial number (they require it to get support) to see if they have an stock rom image there?