USB drivers plays an important role when it comes to connectivity. Android is an open source project which allow you to perform different functions on your Android smartphone via computer. While performing those actions, you will need to install the USB drivers for your smartphone on your computer.
While transferring the data files to your phone from your computer, software like Odin require USB drivers to be installed on your computer for detecting your phone. There are many other drivers for Android which are compulsory while performing the required actions like ADB sideloading the OTA package on your smartphone by typing the commands on command prompt via computer.
In this tutorial, we will guide you how to install Android USB drivers on your computer for your smartphone through simple steps.
Steps To Install Android USB Drivers on Your Computer
Step 1: You need to download the Latest USB Drivers for your Android smartphone on your computer.
Step 2: On your computer desktop, right click on “my computer” or “this pc” and then select the option “Manage” or simply go to “Device manager” by typing it on the windows start menu search bar.
Step 3: In “Device manager”, click on the “action” option located at the top menu and then select the option “Add legacy hardware”.
Step 4: After selecting the “Add legacy Hardware”, the new window will pop-up. Click on “next” and then select the option “install the hardware that I manually select from a list (Advanced).”
Step 5: After that, click “next->next” and select “Have Disk” and then click on the “browse” button and locate the USB Drivers folder you have downloaded on your computer and then open it and you will see the file “android_winusb.inf”. Select it.
Step 6: After selecting the required file, then follow the onscreen instruction and click “Next” to install.
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