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Sorry in advance for my bad english.

I would like connect an android device which is in "download mode" with my PC in programmation (any language but i prefer C/C++).

I tryed to use adb but it doesn't work in "download mode".

I found how to include the driver api of my smartphone, in my project, but all the listed functions synonymous of connection have failed.
I have seen too that some functions have as argument a device id ((unsigned int), so, device id app return a too long id...) that i have not found.

Any ideas ? =)

Thank's a lot.
Posted 10-Nov-12 0:38am
Member 7866148 10-Nov-12 6:43am
Additional informations:

OS: Windows 7 x64
AD: Samsung Galaxy Note 2
Mohibur Rashid 10-Nov-12 12:07pm
Your question is not clear. What is your problem? you are failing to install your application in your smart phone? if that is so then first enable debug mode and don't enable data transfer mode. otherwise your adb wond work and make sure you installed your driver.
Member 7866148 10-Nov-12 12:47pm
No i just want connect my phone to my computer when is in "download mode", for explore, copy, and others (root access, system access, etc...). I don't want use any software i just want learn how to connect android device in download mode.
I'm set my phone to usb debug mode, and i have installed the driver, but after that how to access my phone when is in download mode ?

Thank's again.
Mohibur Rashid 10-Nov-12 18:24pm
if you are talking about data transferring then simply use windows standard data transfer
Member 7866148 11-Nov-12 5:13am
hm maybe, but how i included/use windows data transfer in my code ? It provides the ability to connect a USB device ?
I found an example of what I am trying to reproduce: Odin app (found on xda-dev).
When i plug my phone this app auto connect my phone, download mode or not. How do it that ?

Thank's you for your patience =)
Member 7866148 14-Nov-12 13:39pm
Up ! No ideas ?

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