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A while back ago I had the same issue with my ToshibaThrive (Android 3.1)
The only way I could get it to accept connection from FlashBuilder/Flash was by downloading a special driver I found here:
Only then I was able to publish directly to the tablet when testing.
Maybe such a thing exists on the Samsung Userforums, too?
Therein lies the problem. Nothing but Kies is being offered which has the 'update USB driver' option, which unfortunately does nothing.
I'd never install any unofficial (xda root, etc) drivers just to get it to work. I'll check if their staff posted a special version in their forums but I doubt they'd leave it off the site. Here's to hoping though. Oddly I can 'run' the app over USB, just not do what's useful, debug..
I saw that before and I remember having to update some files in Flash Builder from files on Google sdk... But I can't remember which files! :(
Will try to google if I get time. However, it _is_ fixable.
There is a change in Android security that requires some additional info, that's all. Swapping out an exe was all I had to do to get it working.
Adb, the two .dll files in the same folder and aatp.exe, already did that :(. It used to fix it.