I bought this phone for personal use and love it, but I would like to also use it for development. I've worked with many phones in the past (Samsung Galaxy S1/2/3/3mini, Sony Xperia X10/X10mini, ZTE T12, HTC One) and a few others. But I am having some trouble getting my Xiaomi Mi 2S to show up on the Android debugger. The Mi 2S debugs fine on Windows XP x86, but not on my Windows 7 x64 SP1 as it just doesn't appear. My MIUI 3.5.10 is Android 4.1.1 with development mode on. Below is a list of things I've tried to fix it so far. I've installed the MiPhone manager and let it update to the latest version (126.96.36.19971). I manually copied the translated English strings from this threadusing ResHack. Not many settings for debugging here. I've uninstalled the drivers (deleted as well) and used the latest drivers from the MiPhone manager folder. I've tried using "adb kill-server" and "adb devices", nothing. I've tried with different cables and both USB2 and USB3 ports. My Android SDK is high enough to support the RSA fingerprinting in the new Jellybean, but it never showed up. But I never see this on Win7 x64: When I plug the phone in, I get the "virtual CD" and MTP device. No problem using MTP and CD, but cannot access it for debugging. Any help would be appreciated, thank you!