Hi, I'm new to this forum as of today and currently losing the will to live! I bought a cheapo Chinese 9" tablet, pretty good spec, and build quality is not bad either for the price, but it is giving me a serious headache! I am trying to connect it to my PC using the ADB Interface, I've downloaded what I believe to be the necessary software and spent a day and a half trawling through various sites and trying different suggestions but whenever I execute ADB Shell in windows 7 it loads Daemon (port 5037) then churns out the message "Error Device Not Found". My PC Device Manager shows the tablet as a mobile phone and says ADB is working correctly. If I connect my Samsung phone to the PC and execute ADB Shell it finds the device fine. If I execute ADB Devices it gives me the Samsung phone serial number, if I plug in my tablet and execute ADB Devices it gives me the message "Listing Devices" then goes straight back to directory prompt. All I want to do is enable adhoc wifi (which for some reason Google don't seem to think is important) so that I can connect to the OBD2 wifi transmitter that I use on my car. I don't want to spend a fortune on a high quality tablet because it is bound to end up with greasy finger marks all over it by the time I've finished messing with the engine. Can anyone give me any ideas as to why I cannot get it to connect? It would be very much appreciated.