Developing with a HTC Hero?

Developing with a HTC Hero?

Postby woxman » Tue Aug 25, 2009 9:43 am

What restrictions will I have compared to the G1 for developing?

Can I connect the hero to eclipse just like G1 and upload and debug my programs I develop?

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Postby lostInTransit » Fri Nov 06, 2009 12:45 pm

Anything on this? I am trying to find out the same. I got Hero today. But unlike the G1, eclipse does not detect it when I run a project.
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Postby zorro » Fri Nov 06, 2009 1:24 pm

I plugged the Hero in the USB and it worked right from the beginning just with the drivers of G1.
Install the latest usb driver pack for android (from eclipse), it might help...
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Postby lostInTransit » Fri Nov 06, 2009 1:53 pm

Thanks. Found the solution. Some of the settings for debugging and development were off by default. I turned them on and am now able to debug the project.
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Postby riccio » Tue Dec 29, 2009 2:34 pm

zorro wrote:I plugged the Hero in the USB and it worked right from the beginning just with the drivers of G1.
Install the latest usb driver pack for android (from eclipse), it might help...


hi,
where can I find the latest usb driver pack for android from eclipse??
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Postby zorro » Wed Dec 30, 2009 5:51 pm

When i said "from eclipse" i really meant it. You start the Eclipse IDE, then go to Window > Android SDK and AVD manager > Available Packages and there you will see the updates, among them the USB drivers. After you download the update, when you'll plug the phone in USB and the pc will reqest drivers, browse to the directory of your android SDK and there select usb drivers folder.
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Postby riccio » Wed Dec 30, 2009 6:08 pm

zorro wrote:When i said "from eclipse" i really meant it. You start the Eclipse IDE, then go to Window > Android SDK and AVD manager > Available Packages and there you will see the updates, among them the USB drivers. After you download the update, when you'll plug the phone in USB and the pc will reqest drivers, browse to the directory of your android SDK and there select usb drivers folder.


Thanxs, it works fine.
Now I've a new trouble: I can't push a file into /system/lib folder ... Do I have to root my HTC Hero??
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