Originally Posted by Ozz465
any particular guide u use for this?
To get ADB to recognize my device, you need to have the Environmental Path in place when you do the echo part of that setup for windows. Also, you need to make sure you open the SDK Manager and let it download Google Drivers, then you need to Add to the inf file under Extras/Google/USB_Driver/WinUSB.inf, to the x86 or AMD64, depending on your OS. I'll just include attachment to my inf file for it.
%SingleAdbInterface% = USB_Install, USB\VID_2836&PID_0010
%CompositeAdbInterface% = USB_Install, USB\VID_2836&PID_0010&MI_00
From there, I downloaded gapps for 4.1.2(remove SetupWizard.apk before you try pushing folders over). You need to get into ADB, get su, change mount to R/W then set up new permissions. I don't know what it is but the folders seem so locked down. Trying to install and launch certain things, it just fails because it has no access. I'm amatuer at this so I'm not sure why it seems so annoying, but I pushed Gapps like that, mounting r/w for like /system -/apps and folders needed, then pushing it all. I needed to r/w /data and /data/apps to get Crunchyroll to work and that also stopped my process closed errors on Play Store, but it still doesn't launch.
At the moment, I was going to push over Airdroid, XBMC, YouTube, Netflix, Hulu, MXPlayer and a few smaller apps, I'll see how things go.