N/APosted on - 10/22/2014
I am developing an android app using ADT & I want to test my app on a real device instead of stimulator. I am using my Lava Iris 456 phone for this purpose. I have also enabled “USB Debugging” in settings->developer options but ADT is not recognizing my phone and not showing it. Suggest some to solve this issue.
Android phone (Lava-Iris 456) not recognizable to ADT.
I guess the problem here is because you haven’t installed the Google USB driver that’s why the ADT won’t detect your device. To properly install the Google USB driver on your computer and enable the USB Debugging for your phone, please visit Nexus 5 USB Connection Problem. You can find the USB Debugging option in System Settings, Developer Options, and then USB Debugging.
Also, make sure your device supports the minimum API level that you have set on your Android project. For more information about the API level, visit What is API Level?. Follow all the instructions on the page until the USB driver is successfully installed. Once the USB driver is installed and the USB Debugging for your handset is enabled via the Developer Options, you can now be sure that ADT would detect your device.