***** This problem has been worked around. In this case ADX is not equal to ADB. I used the tutorial provided here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=861950 To utilize nvflash to restore my device. ***** To start, I'm on a Windows 64 bit computer, with Windows 7. I followed the sticky on how to set up Adb explicitly. I installed the JDK and SDK fresh specifically for this purpose. Here is the Command Line output for the last few steps: echo 0x955 >> "%USERPROFILE%\.android\adb_usb.ini" There is no output. Code: adb kill-server There is no output. Code: adb devices Output is : Code: * daemon not running. starting it now on port 5037* * daemon started successfully * List of devices attached No devices are listed. Naturally, I follow this up with input Code: adb usb Output Code: error: device not found Common questions: Yes, the gtab is showing up in the device manager Yes, I reinstalled my driver several times The Gtablet is currently soft-bricked, so I can't do anything in the OS. I am booting into ADX with the power button and the volume - key. ADB must be made to work so that I can apply a fix.