This tutorial and driver should work on all Windows platforms of Windows XP and above; both to 32-bit and 64-bit machines. Linux has another work around, which I don't remember how I got it working (derp), but once I figure it out, I'll try to edit this post. As for MAC users, we don't have any in the office (or do I have one at home) so I'm not too custom with how that might work. However, for those who can figure out how it might work with a Mac, you could post a reply of how it works and I'll edit this post with your tutorial ( of course with your credit).
For those who want to get the USB ADB working along with NeighborhoodHacker's one click root + gapps installation with USB; follow these few steps to get the ADB to recognize the SKYTEX SKYPAD Alpha. These instructions are different from installing the drivers from our main website. The SKYTEX SKYPAD Alpha will need to be on and connected to your computer in order for the driver to be installed.
1) You are going to need the Android SDK provided here.
2) In a command prompt, cd into your Android folder and update your ADB to receive the adb_usb.ini file under your profile ex:(android-sdk-windows\tools\android.bat update adb)
3) Then modify the adb_usb.ini file under X:\Users\Profiles<your account>\.android\adb_usb.ini : and add the freescale vendor ID:
# ANDROID 3RD PARTY USB VENDOR ID LIST -- DO NOT EDIT.
# USE 'android update adb' TO GENERATE.
# 1 USB VENDOR ID PER LINE.
4) Then install this driver: android_usb_fsl.zip 8.27MB 587 downloads
5) restart the adb server if needed ( adb kill-server -> adb devices)
There you have it, now your adb should be able to recognize your SKYTEX SKYPAD Alpha.
Remember, editing the Vendor ID list isn't recommended by Google because it will affect other devices from being recognized. You can always remove that one line to enable your other devices to be recognized.
Also, if you got the ADB working please leave a post to let me know, or if there is any other way to make this tutorial easier!
Edited by skytex_justin, 15 September 2011 - 11:25 AM.