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Go to the android-sdk-windows folder that you unzipped
Under choose which package to install, click accept all. As a part of what it is downloading, it will download the Android USB drivers. This part will probably take like 30 minutes or more to complete.
Once the download is done, close the SDK Manager.
You should now see a folder called usb_driver. Open that folder.
Plug in your Kyros device. Windows will still not find the driver for the device, but go into the Device manager, and select AndroidEclair, and update driver, browse my computer, let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer.
Click "Have Disk" and browse to the c:\android-sdk-windows\usb_driver folder. Double click on android_winusb.inf.
Select Android ADB Interface.
It will then come up with some messages about this is unsigned or something, are you sure you want to do this, click yes or continue.
Then it will install the driver and detect the kyros.
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Watch this Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6BrWSC2uiAg
The model he's using is the 7022, but the same procedure works for the 7125. Download the APK files that are linked in the video description and then connect you 7125 to your computer to copy them over. Once you have them copied, use the APK Installer that came pre-installed on your 7125 to load them. Make sure you load them in the order given on the video! I loaded them in the wrong order the first time and had to do a factory reset because the Back button (silver circle) no longer functioned.
Once you do all this you will be able to load the typical Android Marketplace and ditch the AppLib that doesn't seem to work.
the appslib apk is located in the actual system. mine wasn't loaded either. you must go into the apps menu (tab on the right side), the click on the file program, chose the internal memory tab, then system tab, then apk, scroll down to common and load the appslib apk, but only problem i'm having is the same as other people and that is the appslib is not loading.