- On the Kindle Fire Settings screen, go to "Device" and turn On "Allow Installation of Application From Unknown Sources"
- Plug your Kindle Fire into your Mac.
- Open ~/.android/adb_usb.ini with your favorite text editor
- Add the value "0x1949" to the end of the file and save it.
- You'll need to restart the adb server process to get it to re-read that file. Do that with "adb kill-server".
- Run "adb devices" and you should see the attached device.
Tuesday, November 15, 2011
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Our mission is to make apps possible for everyone-apps that are affordable, easy to create and maintain, engaging for users and effective in achieving the business and marketing goals that matter most.
Our first product is the Act Local Authors Platform. It is not only designed for the way authors and publishers do business, but it is also tailor-made for readers. We want to help authors and publishers reach and satisfy as many customers as possible, so we’re going beyond smartphones (e.g., iPhone, Android) and tablets (iPad, Galaxy, Xoom) with additional support for e-readers (Nook, Kindle) and desktop (Google Chrome). We’re very excited about Amazon’s Kindle Fire and will have support for that device very soon.
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