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Android

Eclipse can't see my running android device.

I got a new computer and I'm trying to connect my Kindle Fire to test my apps on. Eclipse isn't seeing my Kindle Fire. I've looked on the internet to try to fix the problem. But nothing is working. Is anyone able to help me with this? I've downloaded the driver I need. I also have the ADB turned on.

1 Answer

This link might help...

https://developer.amazon.com/public/resources/development-tools/ide-tools/tech-docs/05-setting-up-your-kindle-fire-tablet-for-testing

Also make sure you are allowing developer options and usb debugging on your device.

Thanks!