Download Android USB Drivers For All Devices

Android USB Drivers provides an interface between your Android device and computer to communicate. There are various purposes for these drivers. First, you can try to install generic drivers like ADB & Fastboot and then you can install vendor specific drivers.

ADB & Fastboot Drivers

Intel USB Drivers

PDANet

Universal Naked Drivers

Device Specific Drivers

Brand

Supported Devices

Download Link

Acer-Logo

All

Asus-Logo

All

Celkon-Logo

A119q and More

HTC-Logo

All

(HTC Sync Manager will automatically install the drivers)

IBall-Logo

All

Intex-Logo

Aqua SX and More

Karbonn-Logo

Karbonn A6

Lenovo-Logo

All

LG-Logo

All

Micromax-Logo

A115, A116, A117

All

Motorola-Logo

All

OnePlus Logo

All

Samsung-Logo

All

Sony-Logo

All

Spice-Logo

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Not Available

Xolo-Logo

Q800, Q1000 and more

If you are looking for a driver that is not here, let us know we will find it for you ASAP. If any of the drivers is not working, then contact us, so that we can fix it. Now here is how you can install Android USB drivers on Windows:

How To Install Android USB Drivers On Windows

To root or to install any custom recovery on our Android phone via computer we need our computer software to identify our Android device. So in this tutorial, we will learn how to install Android USB drivers on Windows PC.

Requirements

  1. Download your phone specific drivers for your Android device.
  2. USB cable.
  3. Windows PC/Laptop.
  4. An Android device.

Steps to install Android USB drivers on Windows

  1. Extract the driver’s archive file anywhere on your computer.
  2. Connect your Android device to your computer.
  3. Navigate to My Computer properties.
  4. In the left pane, you will find Device Manager. Click it.
  5. Find your phone. Probably it will be located in other devices.(If you have installed any drivers previously and wanted to update it should be named as “Android Composite ADB Interface” and follow the same further process)
  6. Right-click on it and select update driver software.
  7. Click Browse my computer for driver software and click next.
  8. Navigate to the folder where you have extracted the downloaded drivers and click next.
  9. So you have successfully installed your Android device drivers to your computer.