Having latest version of ADB Driver for your Android device is very important if you want smooth connectivity.
On this page, we will share latest ADB Drivers version for your device along with steps on how to install it.
What Exactly are ADB Drivers?
Basically, ADB stands for “Android Debug Bridge”. It is a tool developed and distributed by Google itself and it allow users to control their Android phone or tablet from Windows computer through USB cable connection.
Some of the basic benefits of ADB drivers include copying of files from your Android device to PC with just few commands and many other functionalities.
Instructions to Install ADB Drivers on Computer
Once you have downloaded the ADB driver file using above link, follow the steps below to properly install them:
Step 1: Place the .zip on your desktop and extract it.
Step 2: Open “Device Manager” on your PC. To do so:
- Press “Windows Logo Key + R” button to open Run Dialog.
- Type “devmgmt.msc” and press Enter.
Step 3: Click on Action -> Add Legacy Hardware.
Step 4: Select “Install the hardware that I manually select from a list (Advanced)” option and proceed next.
Step 5: Click on “Show All devices” following by clicking “Next”.
Step 6: Now select the extract file (refer to step 1 and click on “Next”.
Step 7: Click on “Install” button on “Windows Security” pop-up.
Once drivers installation is finished, click on “Finish” to conclude the process.
ADB Drivers works on Android devices from all manufacturers.
However, we have also covered specific drivers for below-mentioned brands’ devices: