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One S CM 10.2 - ADB Device not found

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Default One S CM 10.2 - ADB Device not found

Hello xda, it's me again (posting very much lately with my problems...)

I flashed the CM 10.2 ROM again on my One S and tried to get the ADB working, but it somehow doesn't work. I tried it on my 2 PCs, my laptop and the one that I'm normally using for Android...ish stuff, but both can not find my phone. "error: device not found" plops always up and I don't really know why, I mean, on both PC's I used the ADB with the One S before and I have all the drivers installed. I'm just really confused atm...

One S S4 variant - CM 10.2 Stable - TWRP 2.6.3.0 - CID: HTC_102
 
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I had same problem but after I run SDK Manager.exe it was solved. Dunno why it happened.
 
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Do you have USB debugging turned on in the developer settings?
 
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I had same problem but after I run SDK Manager.exe it was solved. Dunno why it happened.
Okay, I will try this just in a minute. Thanks for the tip!
UPDATE: Nope, doesn't change anything sadly. Still "error: device not found".

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Do you have USB debugging turned on in the developer settings?
Of course I have.
 
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Do you see in device manager "Android USB Devices" when u plug phone in?
 
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Do you see in device manager "Android USB Devices" when u plug phone in?
Nah, nothing android'ish in the device manager, but the USB mass storage works just fine on both PC's. In the attachments is a screenshot of my device manager (don't wonder, it's in German, but no android stuff nowhere.) Just tried it yesterday with an standard HTC One S with the 4.1.1 HTC ROM and it's ADB works fine.
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Okay, I found out what was the error! Under Settings -> Storage -> USB Computer Connection was mass storage activated, and for ADB you have to switch to MTP! Now my ADB works finally, yay!

Thank you all for your help, it was much appriciated! And many many thanks to Gabe Sechan from THIS site!

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