followup: tf300 adb drivers?
Originally Posted by tobdaryl
I'm sorry your screen capture is not large enough to see.
With your tablet unplugged open device manager; now plug your tablet into the computer
and you will either see asus adb interface or maybe a driver failure. Either a larger screen
capture or try to explain the changes in device manager is needed. It would be good if I
knew the state of your tablet while you are doing this.
Both tablets work normally with their OSes and the supplied apps work as expected.
For the ICS one all I did was set developer options to enable adb, the tablet does display
the icon in the lower right corner, so the 'server' is working. I wanted to experiment
with custom firmware, so I got a new tablet that still has ICS so it can run nvflash
Normal boot (the ICS tablet is unrooted & locked as it came from factory,
the JB one is rooted, (using OTA Rootkeeper and OTA JB updates),
locked). I have 2 tablets (Black is JB and Blue is ICS).
MTP and APX modes are recognized, neither recognizes ADB
('adb devices' does not return serial number with normal 'desktop'
I see code 10 on the ASUS Transformer ADB interface, (with the usual 'exclamation point' error flag).
MTP and APX drivers did install and work as expected. normal OS (either ICS or JB) boot).
As I said, after looking at the content of the .inf file, there is a section for tf101 and tf201
but not for tf300 and tf700, I wondered if that was the issue ? If so, where does one get the
correct tf300t drivers for adb modes and fastboot mode?
As usual ASUS support was less than helpful. They tell me there are no ADB drivers
or Fastboot drivers.
While I'm asking, is ICS supposed to support USB mass storage, (on my HTC devices
I'm prompted for USB connection mode, (charge only (used with adb), disk (UMS) or
HTC sync)? ASUS doesn't prompt for UMS or MTP connection modes?