Friday, January 2, 2015

OEM driver for debugging Lenovo A7-30 Tablet (A3300)

Note : For GNU/Linux user, please read my tutorial how to debubbing Lenovo A7-30 Tablet (A3300) here.

Using device emulator always keep my IDE freezing, So I tried to use physical device as instead of AVD (Android Virtual Device) for testing and debugging. You can read “Using Hardware Devices” from the official Android documents for more information.

Lenovo A7-30 Tablet (A3300)

I owned a 8″ Lenovo tablet as but sadly, the official link of OEM driver for Lenovo device on that page are not working. So I need to find OEM Driver for my Lenovo A7-30 Tablet (A3300) by myself.

After a few try-and-error, I found the solution of my problem. You only need to install Lenovo Smart Assistant from the official support of Lenovo websites. Just visit Lenovo support website and enter you device information. The the webpages will redirect you to Software and Utilities pages.

Lenovo Smart Assistant

Then install Lenovo Smart Assistant, it will identify a suitable OEM driver for you device and install it into your computer. When you are already installed the driver, you will see a notice just like the picture I attached above. Now, just open your tablet and enable USB debugging from developer menu. Connect the tablet using USB cable and you are ready to use it as physical device to run you Android application from Eclipse or Android Studio.

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