I'm completely new to android development and am struggling to get Flash Builder to see one of my devices. When I try to launch a mobile project it simply cannot find the Nexus 7 on the 'choose device' dialog. "Flash builder could not find a connected device"
It took a while to get the Nexus 10 working - I had to copy files from android-sdk\platform-tools
- aapt, adb, adbwinapi, adbwinusb and dx from the lib folder
to: C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Flash Builder 4.7 (64 Bit)\eclipse\plugins\com.adobe.flash.compiler_126.96.36.1999722\AIRSDK\bin
It then worked perfectly for the Nexus 10. I'm at a loss as to how to get it to see the Nexus 7. Both devices are running Android 4.2.2. PC and devices have been restarted after any changes etc.
Android SDK for 4.22 installed, Google USB driver installed. In device manager Adnroid Composite ADB Interface version 188.8.131.52 installed. If you turn off USB debuging on the Nexus 7 windows immediately see's the device and allows you to browse it via My Computer.
At a loss as what to try next ... any help very much appreciated. Thanks.
For anyone else with this issue here is the solution found after much tinkering:
Uninstall the Android Composite ADB manager via Device Manager.
Go to this url and download the USB driver - then install it:
Then in Device Manager re-install the Android Composite ADB Manager.
All then works at it should.