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[LINUX][MAC][WINDOWS] ADB and Fastboot support for WALTON Primo S2

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20th April 2014, 04:33 AM   |  #1  
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Here is the Windows driver for WALTON Primo S2. However, the device doesn't get detected on either Linux or Mac, as an Android device by adb due to a little bug. This scripts will attempt to fix this bug and enable ADB on Mac OS X and Linux distributions as well.

Windows
1. Download this file -> GN_QC_EN_Driver_V1.1.0.0.exe
2. Install it.
3. Done!

Linux
1. Download this file -> adb-enabler.zip
2. Extract it.
3. Open your Terminal.
4. Drag and drop the setup-linux.sh on your Terminal.
5. Press Enter.
6. Enter your password if requested.
7. Done!

Linux
1. Download this file -> adb-enabler.zip
2. Extract it.
3. Open your Terminal app.
4. Drag and drop the setup-mac.sh on your Terminal app.
5. Press Enter.
6. Enter your password if requested.
7. Done!
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20th April 2014, 05:10 AM   |  #2  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by tuxboy

WALTON Primo S2 doesn't get detected on either Linux or Mac, as an Android device by adb due to a little bug. This script will attempt to fix this bug and enable ADB on Mac OS X and Linux distributions.



INSTRUCTIONS
1. Download this file -> Attachment 2697304
2. Extract it.
3. Open your Terminal.
4. Drag and drop the setup-linux.sh or setup-mac.sh on your Terminal.
5. Press Enter.
6. Enter your password if requested.
7. Done!

Where is windows version bro?
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