Universal ADB driver is no longer working under Windows after updating parallels.

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  1. ChristianH12

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    It might be coincidence, but after installing the latest Parallels 17 all of my Windows VMs do no longer accept using the ADB driver for android development. I tested this on Windows 8, 10 and 11. Running on a native system my android devices do behave fine. The device manager complains about code 43. Error while requesting the USB device descriptor.

    Did somebody else has similar issues? I also disabled USB 3.0 support in the preferences.
     
  2. JoachimV

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    Where did you disable USB 3.0 support? I don't see this option anymore in the prefs...
     
  3. ChristianH12

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    You find this under Devices->USB&Bluetooth->Configure...->Enhanced.

    It does not really matter if you either enable or disable this checkbox for the issue. I assume this https://forum.parallels.com/threads/usb-interface-communication-issue.355681/ post is related to the issue. It is unluckily quite annoying if you develop for Android using a VM and the device does not connect using ADB. As workaround I can use wlan debugging, but I would prefer if it would work like in the last years directly.

    Cheers
     

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  4. JoachimV

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    Are you running the latest Parallels 17.1.1? Because here that USB 3 checkmark option is missing so I guess it's always using USB 3 - and I do believe that this could be part of our USB compatibility problems as in earlier versions I had to disable USB 3 support for broad compatibility.
    Or maybe the USB 3 option is missing on ARM / M1 devices - or due to me having Windows11 on ARM?
     
  5. ChristianH12

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    Yes, but I use the intel build. I did not tested it on my M1 devices yet. What I can say for sure is that the add connection via usb does not work on all windows systems anymore, neither with usb 2, nor 3.x. I might install an older build of parallels here, even if I dislike the idea.

    Christian
     
  6. JoachimV

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    Well the you should try the 17.0.1 build first as there USB problems are much less than in later 17.x.x versions.
     

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