I try to install android usb driver, but I Get message " this OS is not supported". And there is no "Compatibility" folder when I have a look to "IntelAndroidDrvSetup1.1.5.exe" properties. Where is the problem ?
I've downloaded and installed the Intel System Studio 2015 Update 1, and am now trying to build an ROM image for the Dell Venue 8 (model 3840 - Merrifield), and I just don't see any reference to how to build this full OS image. Am I missing something here? Was expecting the System Studio install to include the MDK per the FAQ tab on this page: https://software.intel.com/en-us/intel-mobile-development-kit-for-androi...
Anyone any ideas what I'm missing?
Is there sample code in linux to control Custom Solutions Header pin 1 (Prog_LED) on Intel® NUC Board D54250WYB?
The current Intel Android Driver Setup utility 1.1.5 doesn't support KitKat 4.4.4 or higher. When I connect a dell Venue 8 HD (Latest Version) to a Win7 PC, the device driver is not found.
Is there any other driver I can use, or is there appending update for the Intel Android Driver Setup utility?
I have developed the mobile application "MeinFahrtendienstAT" (Package Name: dextra.at.meinfahrtendienstat) by using Intel XDK, which I also submitted to Google Play Store.
Behause of a very special client request I had to change the mobile app developing plattform, which is a pitty as I really love Intel XDK.
Now when I try to re-submit my app (re-packaged in an other developing tool) to Google I am getting an error about a different certificate, which must be part of my Intel XDK project.
So I need to have the certificate Intel XDK used at the first deployment to Google.
Unfortunately I have no idea to get this on my own. Please can somebody help me?