Android on OMAP
Debugging Tasks on Zoom2 with Eclipse ADT
Below section describes how to setup Eclipse ADT to work with Zoom2 for On Device debugging via Ethernet.
It is assumed that you have already setup ADT plugin to work with Eclipse environment as described here.
Step 1: Unpon installing the ADT plugin for eclipse. Dalvik Debug Monitor Service (DDMS) should have been setup. You should change the DDMS configuration as in below:
Now select Android -> DDMS
ADB debugger base port: 8700
Logging Level: Verbose
Step 2: You can now open the DDMS perspective from the eclipse menu via:
Click on OK
Step 3: Get Eclipse to attach to your Zoom2 board.
Bootup you zoom2 board and find out the IP address of your board. NOTE: If you boot via NFS then uboot will typically print out your boards IP address to console. Alternatively, from the command shell you can gather this info from /system/bin/netcfg utility.
On the host machine run the following commands from terminal shell:
Check if you are now connected to the Zoom2 device by running the following command on the Host Terminal console:
It should output something like:
This confirms you are connected with you Zoom2 board.
Step 4: Your are all setup. You should be able to use Android Debug Bridge, Logcat, DDMS and other tools directly from you Eclipse ADT environment for creating your applications for Android on Zoom2.
ADB is not in the path, where should I find it?
ADB command line tool is found at: <MYDROID_PATH>/out/host/linux-x86/bin/
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