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Amazing.
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I'm amazed these are still fly-able. Makes me want to fire up Rise of Flight again. :)
I went to the Old Rhinebeck aerodrome today, examined a number of old aeroplanes, and took a biplane ride over the Hudson. I'm writing a World War One-era fantasy novel, and my protagonist is an RFC pilot, so I wanted to get a feel for the machines and the experience of flying in them.
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2013-09-22
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If you're having trouble getting your android phone to be recognized by ADB or Android Studio (and debugging mode in general to be unrecognized) on Win7 64bit, try this. It worked for my (supposedly notorious for this problem) Samsung Galaxy Nexus. 

I was going to muck around with emulators on virtual machines and before I delved down that road I thought I'd give this a shot. Worked instantly and I can use my phone for testing.

Now to see how debugging works, but this was a godsend. The official Android emulator for Windows is ... not viable. Getting 1 frame per 5 seconds is just not okay in this day and age.
Universal ADB (Android Debug Bridge) Driver for Windows

My test matrix for Carbon and Tether includes several phones and several versions of Windows. Both apps require that the user has ADB installed on their PC to function.

For whatever reason, every phone manufacturer has their own adb driver, so I end up installing like 3-4 different drivers when I do my testing. It's a royal pain in the ass, and is also asking a lot of the end user of one of my apps to do this.

This driver should work on all Android phones for all versions of Windows. [1] It does not require that you turn on test signing or disable driver verification or even reboot. This is done by automatically installing ClockworkMod as a trusted certificate and publisher into the local machine's certificate store during the setup process.

Here's the installer file:
http://download.clockworkmod.com/test/UniversalAdbDriverSetup6.msi

Here's the Github source code:
https://github.com/koush/UniversalAdbDriver

Thanks to an XDA thread for gathering the device/vendor ids:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1161769


Let me know how it works.

[1] On Windows 8, after downloading, choose "More Info" then "Run anyway".
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Short summary of the Dunar Fleet Expedition. Now to land the rest of the fleet. #kerbalspaceprogram  
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From Kerbin to Duna
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My Duna Fleet grows, up to 6 ships set to fly and some to land. I'm trying out rovers this time. #kerbalspaceprogram  
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2013-07-18
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Minmus station in Kerbal Space Program. This one has a lot of space for both Kethane and regular fuel - now it's time to fill'er up by mining Minmus, and prepare for a trip further out to Duna.
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I'm running a Let's Play of Kerbal Space Program. Rovers, probe design, gas mining and interplanetary expeditions.
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You all just let me know at what point these escalating revelations about government surveillance make you uncomfortable. Because, you know, terrorism.
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MinMus landing. Ran out of fuel and didn't realize it before undocking, the legs snapped off and I landed on pure RCS. Any one you can walk away from ...
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And sometimes this happens.
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