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Re: Trouble getting Android phone connected to Worklight2013-02-05T21:21:57ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.It is not Worklight that doesn't recognize your device, rather it is ADT (Google's plug-in for Android development).
I don't see you mention this, so I will ask: in your device, under Settings >> Developer options, have you enabled USB debugging?
If not, make sure your device is not-connected via USB, enable the setting and then connect the device.
The above should make Eclipse (ADT...) now recognize your device as a valid target.
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Re: Trouble getting Android phone connected to Worklight2013-02-06T16:02:20ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.None of the tutorials mentioned anything about that. I'll give that a try.
Re: Trouble getting Android phone connected to Worklight2013-02-07T21:36:14ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.You got me a lot further along, but I'm still not able to get the DroidX connected. I turned on USB debugging. I downloaded and installed the latest Motorola driver. I've tried connecting in both PC mode and Mass Storage mode. None of these permutations causes the DroidX to be considered as a deployment target in Worklight.
I do see different device types showing up in Device Manager depending upon which mode I'm in. I've seen some problem reports on the Web that say the USB Mass Storage device entry is the key one for causing the mobile device to be used for deployment. Is that correct? I can't get the Google USB or the latest Motorola driver to be chosen as the driver for that device, since Windows thinks the Microsoft driver is the best choice for that (even when I try to force the replacement by pointing to the specific folder).
Which mobile device mode and Windows device type/driver should I be focusing on?
Re: Trouble getting Android phone connected to Worklight2013-02-08T00:01:09ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
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