In the article "Developing Android application on real phone", it's described how to develope Android Application on real phone (HTC Wildfire), under Linux Ubuntu.
How about that under Windows 7? I tried to install USB Driver for Windows, follow the instruction from Google. But, the phone cannot be detected, and cannot install the drivers finally.
Recently, HTC release HTC Sync™for HTC Wildfire, for Windows. The application come with all needed driver, include ADB. There are no extra works needed. Just follow the normal steps as described in "Developing Android application on real phone".
please note that you have to enable USB Debugging on phone, when install HTC Sync™for HTC Wildfire.
If you cannot see the HTC Sync option when you connect your phone to the computer via USB, please follow the
1. Make sure you select USB Debugging in Settings > Applications > Development before connecting your phone to the computer
2. Connect you Phone to the PC and wait 20 seconds for your phone to install HTC Sync on your phone.
3. Unplug the USB sync cable. Wait for 5 seconds. Reconnect the Phone to the PC using the USB cable.
4. Select “HTC sync” and wait for HTC Sync to recognize your Phone. This process could take up to a minute your first time connecting to the computer.
One more experience I want to point out here:
When the phone is connected to PC, the SD Card will be unmouted from the phone, and redirected to be mounted on PC. Such that if you develope a app on a connected phone, it cannot access the SD Card actually. You have to disconnect the phone from PC to make it run as normal.