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ADB devices not recognising for imx8m mini evk board

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Ruban1
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command adb devices

its not recogising the imx8m mini evk board 

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Ruben_Charles_avt
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Hi @Ruban1,

Would you please share the log of the error?

From your description, you may want to first check if you enabled the USB developer option within your Android BSP.

This document might be helpful:

https://community.nxp.com/t5/i-MX-Processors-Knowledge-Base/Using-ADB-with-your-Sabre-Board/ta-p/111...

Cheers

 

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Ruben_Charles_avt
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Hi @Ruban1 

Would you please share the log of the error?

From your description, you may want to first check if you enabled the USB developer option within your Android BSP.

This document might be helpful:

https://community.nxp.com/t5/i-MX-Processors-Knowledge-Base/Using-ADB-with-your-Sabre-Board/ta-p/111...

Cheers

 

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Ruban1
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  • Go to Settings.
  • Click on "about tablet"
  • Scroll down to the last row (Build Number) and tap that row 7 times.
  • Return to the previous screen and click on "developer options
  • Confirm that "usb debugging" is checked.

the in command window i typed

adb devices

it doesnot show anything.. its empty. As if its not connected to host PC

 

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Ruben_Charles_avt
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Hi @Ruban1 ,

 

Please make sure that you are executing adb devices within the same folder as adb.exe. Just tested this on an i.MX 8M Nano EVK with success; you should see something similar:

 

C:\Android\platform-tools_r31.0.2-windows\platform-tools>adb devices
* daemon not running; starting now at tcp:5037
* daemon started successfully
List of devices attached
1e0b3a0a5c85f0d5        device

 

I am using the Android SDK Platform Tools, btw.

Hope this helps!

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Bio_TICFSL
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Good!

 

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Ruban1
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i am using ubuntu 20.04 .. cant u provide me details regarding ubuntu 20.04. not windows  

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Ruben_Charles_avt
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Just tested this on my Ubuntu 20.04 laptop. Hope it helps.

1. Install adb

 

ruben@ruben-HP-ZBook-15-G3:~$ sudo apt install adb

 

2. Connect your i.MX EVK using an USB cable, make sure to not use the debug UART.

3. Start adb

 

ruben@ruben-HP-ZBook-15-G3:~/Pictures$ sudo adb start-server
[sudo] password for ruben: 
* daemon not running; starting now at tcp:5037
* daemon started successfully

 

4. Make sure to have your EVK listed

 

ruben@ruben-HP-ZBook-15-G3:~/Pictures$ adb devices -l
List of devices attached
1e0b3a0a5c85f0d5       device usb:1-4 product:evk_8mn model:EVK_8MN device:evk_8mn transport_id:1

 

4. In my case, I transferred a picture from my laptop to the EVK, just to test:

 

ruben@ruben-HP-ZBook-15-G3:~/Pictures$ adb push apalis.jpg /storage/emulated/0/DCIM
apalis.jpg: 1 file pushed. 12.0 MB/s (133704 bytes in 0.011s)

 

5. Finish. Open your gallery at Android and you should see the the file.

 

ruben@ruben-HP-ZBook-15-G3:~/Pictures$ adb kill-server

 

6. Optional. It may possible that you need to enable adb as root user

 

ruben@ruben-HP-ZBook-15-G3:~/Pictures$ adb root

 

 

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