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I'm just starting to use Android Studio. I'm doing the "Hello World" tutorial on the Android developers site. I've got this first app complete in Android studio, but I haven't run it yet. My computer doesn't have Intel HAXM enabled, so I can't run the emulator. I'm not willing to take the chance of changing a setting in my bios, because I read on another forum that it causes severe problems for some people (I need my computer for my job). So, I'm hoping I can use my HTC One. I think I need a driver. I went the HTC site and chatted with support, and they told me they don't support developers. So, here I am, hoping someone can tell me where to find the right driver for an HTC One Model PN07200. I'm on Windows 7 Professional.
 
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My computer doesn't have Intel HAXM enabled, so I can't run the emulator.


Android emulator can run without HAXM installed. Only problem is that it's slow.
Did you try installing HAXM, and if so, did you get some error?


HTC One. I think I need a driver.


I have some obscure android devices which aren't recognized correctly by Windows, but abd is still able to communicate with them just fine.
Enable USB debugging from Settings on the device, connect to your computer via USB, run abd devices and see if it can communicate with the device.
 
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