Thursday, December 24, 2015

Android - Debugging Lenovo A7-30 Tablet (A3300) on Linux

If you are using Windows, please read my article HERE on how to debugging using OEM driver from Lenovo Smart Assistant.

Lenovo A7-30 Tablet (A3300)

It has been a while since I wrote post about Android development, right? Today, I share with you how to add Lenovo A7-30 Tablet (A3300) as device for debugging with ADB on Linux operating system. Just like before, I did some research and keep trying until succesfully install and use this device. Oh, make sure you already enable developer mode on that Android table first before proceed to the #1 step.

#1. Create 51-android.rules file inside /etc/udev/rules.d/
$ wget https://gist.githubusercontent.com/Kriptonium/ac1dbc16f9dc7de30312/raw/7212aabc4482e080ec6439640e9450ba6b40a3ea/51-android.rules
$ sudo mv 51-android.rules /etc/udev/rules.d/
$ sudo chmod a+r /etc/udev/rules.d/51-android.rules

#2. Reload udev control
$ sudo udevadm control --reload-rules

#3. Connect USB cable from device to you computer, kill and restart adb server connection
$ sudo adb kill-server
$ sudo adb start-server

#4. Let check dmesg output and adb device list
$ sudo dmesg | tail 
$ adb devices -l

That all! Now we can use Lenovo A7-30 Tablet (A3300) as device for debugging purpose. Comment here if you have problem, so i can help you :)

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