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It seems to be a layout bug.

Drag one of the column headers in the device chooser where the device should be and change the column width and it magically appears!

Workaround for bug in Android Device Chooser

You can also double click the device's row even when it's hidden, so you don't have to resize the column each time.

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Similar problem, after upgrading to Yosemite, but with a BlackBerry 10 device running an Android build from Eclipse.

Solution:
Run app and wait for the Android Device Chooser to popup. My dialog showed an empty list. Whilst the dialog is showing, disconnect and reconnect the device via the BlackBerry adb proxy. After doing so, the BlackBerry device automatically showed up in the dialog and I could choose it and run the build successfully.

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What worked for me was ticking on/off the USB debugging mode in the device Developers options, but the solution in the selected answer is better...

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It seems like a Eclipse UI view refresh issue new to Yosemite. I notice that my logcat filter textview goes completely white as soon as it loses focus - making it look like you have no filter defined. Gross.

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If you have more than one device connected, tap the down arrow on your keyboard to reveal the hidden device. Then click OK or press Enter like normal. Otherwise, just press Enter. The device is already there, just not visible.

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Another working solution is:

Disconnect and reconnect the device while the Android Device Chooser Popup is open.


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