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Below are the installation instructions for installing adb and connecting to a Medfield phone.

Please note that you will probably need to request access to a software repository (http://azserika005.amr.corp.intel.com/sites/UMG_IAFW/MFD_FW/SitePages/Home.aspx) before you can complete Step 6. Good luckand let me know if any of the steps dont make sense. 1. Install the Java SE JDK a. Download and install Java SE JDK and the following link (http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/index.html). b. Accept the defaults during the install process 2. Install the Android SDK a. Download the Android SDK zip file (http://developer.android.com/sdk/index.html), specifically the android-sdk_r11-windows.zip file (do not use the recommended installer_r11-windows.exe fileit seems to fail most of the time). b. Extract all files from the zip file to your C: Drive (in C:\) to the default directory created by WinZip 3. Update the SDK Manager tools a. Open SDK Manager b. Open Explorer and change directories to the Android SDK directory (e.g. C:\android-sdkwindows) c. After the SDK Manager opens it will fail to Refresh Sources and time out. Click on the Close button at each time out, until the Choose Packages to Install window is displayed (it usually takes 3-4 time outs) d. Cancel the Choose Packages to Install window e. In the Android SDK and AVD Manager window, click on settings f. Set the HTTP Proxy Server to proxy.jf.intel.com g. Set the HTTP Proxy Port to 911 h. Click on Available Packages i. Click the Android Repository check box j. Click the Refresh button k. Select Android SDK Platform-tools, revision 5 l. Click Install Selected Button m. Click Install Button in the window that opens n. Click Close button after install is complete o. Close the Android SDK and AVD Manager window 4. Add the Platform-Tools path to your PATH environmental variable a. Right click on My Computer b. Select Properties c. Click on Advanced System Settings d. Click on the Environmental Variables button e. In the System Variables window, scroll down until you see the PATH variable and select it f. Click the Edit button g. In the Variable value: box and at the end of the current path, add the path to the Java JDK and the Android SDK platform-tools directory (e.g. C:\Java\jdk1.6.0_26\bin;c:\android-sdk-windows\platform-tools) h. Click OK i. Click OK in the Environmental Variables window

j. Close the System Properties window 5. Verify ADB works a. Open command shell (e.g. cmd) b. Type adb and hit enter c. If the adb help information is display then your installation is correct, however if file not found is displayed, then your installation is not correct you will need to verify your install and path environmental variables. 6. Install FSTK a. Go to the Medfield FW Ingredients repository: http://azserika005.amr.corp.intel.com/sites/UMG_IAFW/MFD_FW/SitePages/Home.asp x (you may need to request access) b. Click on FSTK Applications on the left side of the screen c. Click on revision 2.27 (or the latest internal distribution version) under the Application Type: wFSTK Stitching/Signing section d. Double click to install the appropriate software package for the target operating system e. Follow the installation instructions 7. Install the USB drivers for the Medfield phone platform a. Open the zip file located at this link: http://jfumgbuild-depot.jf.intel.com/build/engbuilds/mfld/android/gingerbread-platform/daily/20110620-002/drivers/ b. Extract all files to a safe location on your hard drive c. Open the directory where the files were extracted and go to the ../drivers/USB directory d. Open the USB driver upgrade V0.01.pdf file e. Follow the instructions for the target OS 8. Verify ADB will connect to the target system a. Power up the target system b. After the system has booted, connect the PC containing adb to the target system. c. Open a command shell d. Enter adb devices, press enter e. Adb should respond with the serial number of the device found, indicating that your test system can be accessed via adb