You can find information on how to debug on a real device on the Using Hardware Devices page. But since this is missing information about the Archos Internet Table 7 (the device I am using) I will post here how you can do it (on Windows).
First of all you need to download the Archos ADB drivers from the archos site. Install it by following the instructions on the Google USB Driver page.
Then you need to edit the
adb_usb.inifile (it should be in your home directory, under the
.androidfolder) and add the following line:
0x0e79. You should get something like the following:
# ANDROID 3RD PARTY USB VENDOR ID LIST -- DO NOT EDIT.
# USE 'android update adb' TO GENERATE.
# 1 USB VENDOR ID PER LINE.
You must kill and restart the adb server by running:
android-sdk\platform-tools). You can also run
adb devicesto make sure your device is listed. You should see something like the following:
List of devices attached
(the ?????? is probably a name in non-Latin characters that the command window does not recognise).
Once you’ve set it up configure your Application and your device to be debugable by following the instructions on the Using Hardware Devices page.
If you have done everything correctly next time you run Eclipse you should see that it’s synchronising the application to your device
[2012-02-27 19:44:16 - Lexicon] Performing sync
[2012-02-27 19:44:16 - Lexicon] Automatic Target Mode: using device 'A70-3A860001-9FF80000-015DB7D4-????????'
[2012-02-27 19:44:16 - Lexicon] Uploading TestApp.apk onto device 'A70-3A860001-9FF80000-015DB7D4-????????'
[2012-02-27 19:44:17 - Lexicon] Installing TestApp.apk...
[2012-02-27 19:44:25 - Lexicon] Success!
[2012-02-27 19:44:26 - Lexicon] \TestApp\bin\TestApp.apk installed on device
[2012-02-27 19:44:26 - Lexicon] Done!
You are ready to start debugging your application on a real Android device.