Originally Posted by GaleForce218
I'm having some trouble getting past the initial setup/driver install phase. I was able to do it in the past using the RAW method however I had to return my tablet due to some defects past what I considered acceptable. I managed to get one that meets my expectations perfectly so I'm ready to really start playing with the device some more.
Anyway the first time around I had no issue installing the drivers that come with the toolkit. However this time around I don't know if I am missing a step or something but I just can't get my PC to not automatically install drivers the moment I connect the device. I already have Driver Auto Config disabled, with the setting to never install from Windows Update enabled.
I have no problem uninstalling the device and using USBDeview to remove all drivers however I keep getting to the point during the driver install where I have to plug the device in. Normally when plugging a device in that doesn't install drivers it would appear unconfigured in the device manager and from there I would be able to tell Windows what drivers to use. However when I plug my device in it just automatically goes straight to installing the drivers on its own and asking me how I want to open the device (browse in explorer, etc.).
So at this point I'm stuck because I can't install the drivers necessary to use the Root Toolkit. If I try to "Update Drivers" and select the specified directory it just tells me Windows has already determined the drivers are up to date.
Anyone know what I'm doing wrong here? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
GaleForce, I finally got mine to take.
Here's what I did:
Uninstalled WugFresh 1.6.2 completely, restarted my PC.
Downloaded and installed WugFresh1.6.2 again
Downloaded the .zip file supplied on WugFresh's website to overwrite the fastboot; ABD files.
Did another reboot
Then opened up 1.6.2 and did the driver unlock. This time upon plugging in my Nexus 10, I got the "do you want to enable ABD on this device" or something like that, clicked yes, and after that I was good to go.
I did option 1 for my driver install BTW. Hope this helped.