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USB versus COM/BTIL connection type and LG VN271

When I am connecting a handset to the PC, with all the devices I have used so far (4 others) a port will appear in the Loader / Target Manager / Logger if a connection type of USB is chosen.

 

However I am trying to connect with an LG VN271, and with this the port will only appear if the connection type is COM/BTIL or COM/DIAG.

 

With this connection type I can connect using the Loader and the Logger, however with the Target Manger / Add Physical Target there is no option for selecting the connection type and the port does not appear. This means I am not able to use Target Manger to create a new target.

 

1) Why is this device difference from the others?

2) Why can the Target Manger tool not see it while the other tools can?

3) How can I create a physical target if the Target Manger cannot see the device?

And the main question - how is it possible to use MVS to interactively debug the device if the device manager can't be used to create a physical target?

And the main question - how is it possible to use MVS to interactively debug the device if the device manager can't be used to create a physical target?

You can enable device developer mode from device native UI or running GatewayTurnOn.exe from command prompt.
you can find it ex. C:\Program Files\Qualcomm\Brew MP SDK\Toolset 7.10 Rev 12.0.1554878\bin\deprecated\BTIL\Host\bin
 

You can enable device developer mode from device native UI or running GatewayTurnOn.exe from command prompt.
you can find it ex. C:\Program Files\Qualcomm\Brew MP SDK\Toolset 7.10 Rev 12.0.1554878\bin\deprecated\BTIL\Host\bin
 

Thank you but I have already enabled developer mode and that wasn't my question, enabling developer mode does not create a target. How do I use the MVS IDE with a handset if I cannot create a target?

Thank you but I have already enabled developer mode and that wasn't my question, enabling developer mode does not create a target. How do I use the MVS IDE with a handset if I cannot create a target?