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    adb on pipo max m1

    I have successfully rooted and installed a new rom on my Pipo max M1 and all is well. But for the life of me I cannot get this device to show in the list of devices when I run adb devices. I have tried several device drivers(adb composite usb device,rk29,rk30 device), as well as restarting pc and adb kill-server, adb start-server.(device is rooted again)

    I wanted to know if any Max M1 owners managed to succeed where I have failed after so many frustrating hours. I just tried on my LG phone to see if it was just me but I got that to show up in the list on first go (of course windows found required drivers as soon as I connect with mass storage only turned off and debugging on). But that is not the case when it comes to the M1.

    I would really appreciate any help on this.

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    Re: adb on pipo max m1

    It depends on the version of windows you have. On Win 7 it automatically installs the wrong driver so you must go to device manager and tell it to update the driver using the driver in the rkutility folder. I hope this helps. Once you do that install clockworkmod and let go of adb or the rkutility . It is safer and easier.
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    Re: adb on pipo max m1

    Thanks tek112 I will give that a go today. Can you tell me what storage options I should use (mass storage or media) or dose it matter because it won't allow me to turn them all off at the same time.

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    You only have one option, USB mass storage and when you mount it it mounts both internal and external storage of the tablet to the pc.

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    Re: adb on pipo max m1

    I see this is an old thread, but what I found after two days of hair tearing, is that I had to turn USB debugging OFF for the RK30 driver to work. From there on it was a breeze. Flash mode can be entered by hitting 'Switch' in the RKBatch tool.

    I haven't read this anywhere else... so maybe this post helps a soul or two.

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    Thanks for the tip!

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