This is a discussion on Air Runtime within the Nexus One Introductions forums, part of the Nexus One category; Hi,
Nu member from Dublin, Ireland, looking forward to enjoying some development time using Air on Nexus One, got Air 2 running this morning, thanks ...
Nu member from Dublin, Ireland, looking forward to enjoying some development time using Air on Nexus One, got Air 2 running this morning, thanks Lee Brimlow tut for help with that. There's a way to install USB drivers as part of SDK available packages with eclipse, but for those not using this method, drivers come with the Android SDK, a little setup note could be added to the sdk telling users they should copy the drivers into windows system32; or right click eg win 7, devices and printers, choose the device eg Nexus One and right click to update drivers pointing to the usb drivers in the sdk. Other note would be to say its not that well publicised that you need to join the developer programme to gain access to Runtime_Device_Froyo_20100802.apk and you could be looking elsewhere for it until you figure that outhttp://www.nexusoneforum.net/forum/i...tdroidvert.gif
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On win 7 did experience permissions problem trying to install AIRforAndroid_FlashCS5_20100802 on Flash CS5 with extension manager though running extension manager as administrator and setting permissions on
AIRforAndroid_FlashCS5_20100802 file. Any fix for this?