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Connecting Eclipse to a mobile phone

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I've set up Eclipse (Version: Helios Service Release 2) with the Android plug in to develop a mobile application.
I have a small application I have written running OK in a simulator.
I have installed the Samsung New PC Studio and can connect OK to a Samsung GT 19000
I can browse the phone file system OK.
I have checked the drivers are installed correctly for this device and ensured they are updated.
However, I can't see the device to run or debug on it in Eclipse.
How do I get this to appear as a device I can connect to ?
Thanks in advance!
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by:rogerard
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The tutorial on this site provides a walk-through on how to successfully configure eclipse with the Android SDK and how to use the emulator.  Good luck!
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by:Spike_66
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Hi
I can connect to an Emulator OK.
What I can't do is connect to a real phone via the USB port.
I can connect using the Samsung New PC Studio. but it doesn't appear as a device to connect to in the emulator.
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by:rogerard
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Have you read this tutorial on the same site titled "Setting up a Device for Development"?  I looks like you may have to install some drivers.  Good luck!
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Yes. read that- drivers are set up (or it wouldn't copnnect to the Samsung New PC Studio  and i wouldn't be able to browse to it).
I think that under further investigation it's because the operating syatem version of the phone doesn't match the minimum requirements for the application.
Oh well- looks like I'll have to update the phone!
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by:Spike_66
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I solved itt myself in the end
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