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2nd April 2016, 02:51 AM |#91  
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Anyone have thoughts on compiling adb from the 6.0 branch of android? That is, there seems to be an adb 1.0.32 from the 5.1 branch but also a 1.0.32 from the 6.0 branch. The only visual difference seems to be that when you run "adb version", the 5.1 just gives "Android Debug Bridge version 1.0.32" but the 6.0 one gives "Android Debug Bridge version 1.0.32 / Revision d15680a64678-android"

I ask because I have Windows binaries of both and my phone (Blackberry Priv) is only recognized by the one from the 6.0 branch. So I can't use my phone with my Pi because the only adb binaries I can find for Pi are from the 5.1 branch.

I even found a download/build script at https://github.com/bonnyfone/adb-arm and was able to build adb myself from the latest 5.1.1 r36 but it still doesn't see my Priv.

I hoped I could just adapt that build script to do the 6.0 branch, but it looks like they switched from C to C++ so it's totally different and I'm way over my head on figuring out how to create my own make files for this. Any help would be appreciated
 
 
10th June 2016, 11:46 PM |#92  
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Hello All, I'm sort of a Noob , I have Andorid 4.4.2 KitKat loaded onto my Raspberry pi Model B, I think soon I'm going to get the Pi 3 since the GPU drivers are working to some deggree, Anyway, I want to be able to connect an android accessory to the raspberry Pis USB port so the pi can debug the USB and I can use the proprietary APP with the hardware accessory. normally USB debugging option within android has to be enabled under developer options for the accessory to get recognized / added the the white list? https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B2...GNVXzQ1UmZjNmc Thanks Hope this helps you help

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28th July 2016, 11:11 PM |#93  
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Edit : found my answer by compiling using this way : https:// github.com/DeepSilence/adb-arm

Hi,

Quote:
Originally Posted by Megadave123

Actually, cancel that. I just found a newer post here that links to one.

Could you tell me where you finally found a 1.0.32 adb for rPI ?

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