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v011 broke ADB #50

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ztNFny opened this Issue Oct 9, 2012 · 3 comments

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ztNFny commented Oct 9, 2012

The recent v011 update actually broke ADB support, I guess due to #38
What happens when I connect to any adb device is that it just echos "OKAY" and then just sits there. Only when I enter "0006shell:" manually I get a shell.
v010 used to open a shell straight away and that also makes a lot more sense.

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ztNFny commented Oct 9, 2012

looking at adb.c I think the solution is to add after line 210:
sk_flush(adb->s);
adb->state = 1;

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FauxFaux commented Oct 10, 2012

Well spotted. I really need to get myself into a position where I can test the adb stuff. :/

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ztNFny commented Oct 11, 2012

You can use the emulator in Android SDK for testing adb: http://developer.android.com/sdk/index.html (of course an Android phone is way cooler ;-))

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