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So I recently got a Nexus One and, no rx quick relief cats following these instructions, no rx quick relief cats installed the Android SDK on my Linux system to be able to make screenshots and perhaps learn some Android coding. I enabled usb debugging on the phone and fired up the Dalvik Debug Monitor. No rx quick relief cats To my disappointment, no rx quick relief cats my Nexus One showed up as a row of question marks, no rx quick relief cats and the device was inaccessible. Running 'adb devices' from the command line, no rx quick relief cats I basically got the same result:

$ adb devices
List of devices attached
????????????    no permissions
After some Googling, no rx quick relief cats here's the fix I found: 1. No rx quick relief cats Create or modify the file /etc/udev/rules.d/99-android.rules to read:
SUBSYSTEM=="usb", no rx quick relief cats ATTRS{idVendor}=="18d1", no rx quick relief cats OWNER="user"
(where 'user' is your username). No rx quick relief cats '18d1' is the N1's vendor id. No rx quick relief cats It's different from HTC's (0bb4), no rx quick relief cats even though HTC is the manufacturer. No rx quick relief cats Some other vendor id's are listed here, no rx quick relief cats but the N1 isn't mentioned. 2. No rx quick relief cats Kill the adb server if it's running:
adb kill-server
3. No rx quick relief cats Restart udev:
sudo restart udev
4. No rx quick relief cats Restart the adb server:
adb start-server
5. No rx quick relief cats On your Nexus One, no rx quick relief cats make sure usb debugging is enabled (Settings -> Applications -> Development) and connect the phone to your computer. 6. No rx quick relief cats Your N1 should now show up if you run 'adb devices':
$ adb devices
List of devices attached 
HT061P800144	device
Instructions found elsewhere on the web may tell you to put 'MODE="0666" in the rules file created in step 1, no rx quick relief cats in stead of OWNER="user". No rx quick relief cats That will also work, no rx quick relief cats but you'll need to start the adb server as root (sudo adb start-server). Since it's never a good idea to run stuff as root, no rx quick relief cats I prefer the solution mentioned above. No rx quick relief cats The only drawback is that you'll need to specify the user that'll have access to the device. No rx quick relief cats I'm fine with that, no rx quick relief cats since I wouldn't want other people messing around with my phone anyway. (I'm running Ubuntu 10.4, no rx quick relief cats but these instructions should work on other distro's as well.)