Originally Posted by Almighty1
I used the 1.1-stable installer and it detects my existing 1.0.32 installation and says continue which I did except it seems like 1.0.32 is still installed in c:\adb and I can't find the 1.0.40 on my system. This is what it says when I ran it the 2nd and even a 3rd time. Nevermind, I had to rename the C:\adb directory before it works, somehow the script is not deleting the existing installation at c:\adb in my case. I actually hoped the installer allowed one to specify the path to install it which would be c:\adb in my case.
Thanks for the report.
I'll look into why the installer wasn't able to delete your existing adb installation in C:\adb. In your case however, it seems that the fastboot was updated but adb wasn't (maybe ADB was running in background and in this case it's the installer's bug and I'll update the installer to kill adb instances before it deletes).
The program installs the tools in C:\Program Files\hcx-af. I wanted to keep the root drive clear so that directory seems the most obvious choice (thanks to one user who pointed it out). However, you can run adb from anywhere and so the choice of where it should be installed is a bit redundant but I'll surely add it if users demands so.