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azpen a727 not recognized by my windows xp

OP Azndragon89

19th May 2014, 03:12 AM   |  #1  
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is there any other way to fix this? my comp is 32bit
trying to root using this method: http://zepinventory.wordpress.com/20...n-a727-tablet/
22nd May 2014, 04:07 PM   |  #2  
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I couldn't make it work from XP, and had to do it from Win7
I couldn't make it work from XP either. XP said it couldn't find the Android drivers, even though they were where I pointed to.

I had to DL the 64bit version of tha Andriod SDK, and to the driver install on my SO's 64 bit Win7 laptop, From there, Kingo Root could root it, and I could remove the SDK and Kingo Root from the SO's machine.
13th June 2014, 09:29 PM   |  #3  
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I got it to work once using the SDK on Windows 7 Professional, but subsequent tries did not. And for the life of me I can't figure out how I did it.

I'm assuming I need to install the Android ADB Interface as opposed to Android Composite ADB Interface, correct?
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Originally Posted by gotroot801

I got it to work once using the SDK on Windows 7 Professional, but subsequent tries did not. And for the life of me I can't figure out how I did it.

I'm assuming I need to install the Android ADB Interface as opposed to Android Composite ADB Interface, correct?

AFAIK, yes. I believe that's what I installed. It's a "do once" operation, as once the driver is in place, you can root the device.
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