Not sure, but there might be two ways:
- Hook it up via USB, pray the USB-link security isn't on by default, install the emulator on your computer and use the adb tool that is included. AFAIK the ADP1 can be recognized by adb as a physical "emulator" device, in the same way the emulators are.
- On your ADP1 get console access. Don't know how that's done since the keyboard-to-console duplication/logging bug has been solved. Via the bootloader or some key combination? Then you can use the second command to summon the Settings app too.
You should be able to find this info on the net somewhere (here for instance
), and you should have a much easier job at making sense of it than me since you have a device
Sorry for the off-topic.
beausejour wrote: pjv wrote:
bit wrote:[quote="pjv"]Can't you do that via wifi?
No, I can't get to the screen to configure wireless until I get past registration.
Picked this up from the chatroom today coïncidentally (honours go to JesusFreke):
Do an "adb shell" and then "am start -a android.intent.action.MAIN -n com.android.settings/.Settings" to get the settings window, then you can change your wifi. Haven't tried it myself though.
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