Android : How To Install Droid USB Driver On Windows 7 Pro 64 Bit?
Mar 5, 2010
Unlike some others, my Android SDK setup went smoothly on my new Windows 7 Pro 64 bit machine. However, I am currently hung up on installing the android usb drivers. What is the current state of this issue? There has been some discussion of this problem on the web but no consensus is immediately apparent.
I have implemented a simple Android application that I now would like to test on a real device. I have a Nexus One. In the Android Eclipse plugin, I have downloaded and installed the USB driver (revision 3) package. But when I connect my Nexus One to my PC (running Windows 7) using the USB cable, a message box pops up and shows that "No driver found" for "Nexus One". I have activated USB Debugging on my device. And when I run adb devices on my PC, it just prints List of devices attached and no devices are listed. And if I use Device Manages in Windows, and tries to update the driver for "Nexus One", I can not select a driver in the "driver directory" of Android SDK. How can I install a driver for Nexus One on Windows 7 so I can use it for USB debugging my Android applications on a real device?
Micromax does not provide any drivers for its phone - Micromax ninja a89. We are trying to use the phone for development and are unable to install device driver in windows 8.
We tried the adb drivers at - [URL] and got the error - Windows found driver software for your device but encountered an error when trying to install it. Android ADB INterface- The system cannot find the file specified.
We even tried this link - [URL] But that does not solve the problem. How do we install adb driver for micromax a89? Is there any other workaround to use the phone as a development device?
I want to connect my CS-918 Android TV Box to my Pc.I have Win 7 64Bit. I download the Rockusb_v3.5 drivers, in the device i set the USB Debug mode, When i connect the USB cable, In the Windows Device Maneger it recognize as CS918. I tried another cable and the same....Then i click 'Update Driver' select the path of the 'Rockusb' but it does not installing it.
At the Google Android Developer Lab event today I had the opportunity to try out a series of devices but was somewhat limited due to issues I had with the USB drivers for the XP/SP2 notebook I brought along. (Yeah I know) In the past, I've had no problem with the G1 or Google Ion, but the Motorola DROID, HTC Hero, Tattoo and a few others did not work, i.e. were not, or only partially visible. Before you ask, this problem persisted after updating the XP USB drivers to the latest _r2.
Has anybody successfully connected devices outside of the G1 and Google Ion on XP? Any tips?
After having been one of the more vocal complainers about the lack of devices available for developers, I've followed the moral imperative once this opportunity was provided by Google. Big thanks to the team at Google for filling this gap.
In case anyone else is having problems getting their Incredible to connect, the easiest way I found to install the USB drivers are with the HTC sync program here: http://member.america.htc.com/download/Driver/DROID_INCREDIBLE_Verizon/HTC_Sync_2.0.33.exe The google SDK driver doesn't yet work with the Incredible, and though it can be hacked - this download might be easier for some.
I cannot get windows to install the SDK drivers instead of its preloaded disk drivers. I have tried to do a manual update from the device manager, but windows believes it knows better and says the best drivers are already installed. I also tried to shut of the automatic driver installation through the system settings but it still installs its own drivers. This is getting extremely frustrating, when i run adb it says that there is no device connected.
Back when trying to in stall the adb driver for my droid eris. i put the phone in debugging, then i installed the sdk, downloaded the driver, told the install hardware prompt the path to the driver and it still wont install it. i am using the leaked non rooted firmware version 2.1.
I know that Google elected Windows XP (eXtra Problems) to be the minimum operating system, but was anyone here able to run it on win2k? Being able to run the emulator OR install the native driver (to debug in the device) would be enough. I really would not like to have to buy a new computer just because of android. Since I already work with many other platforms without problems.
Until now, have been using Android SDKs Emulator with the Eclipse plug-in, but recently replaced my non-Android phone to T-Mobile's MyTouch 3G Slide. Today, tried to install the Windows Android USB Driver for the phone. Followed instructions in http://d.android.com/sdk/win-usb.html (USB Driver for Windows Android Developers).
When looking for the driver, Windows gave me a "Could Not Find Driver Software" message. When telling Windows where to search, I pointed it to the SDK directory where the driver resides (¦Android-SDK-windows/ usb_driver). Also tried ¦Android-SDK-windows. Specified use sub- folders" in both tries. I am using Vista 64 bit, and suspect that may be the cause.
The "could not find.." message box from Windows has this information under Details:
Problem Event Name: PnPDriverNotFound Architecture: x64 Hardware Id: USBVID_0BB4&PID_0E03&REV_0100&MI_01 OS Version: 6.0.6002.2.2.0.256.1 Locale ID: 1033
In Windows Device Manager, "Other Devices ==>ADB==> Properties" shows Device type: Other Devices Manufacturer: Unknown Location: 0000.001d.0007.002.000.000.000.000.000 Device Status: This device is not configured correctly. (Code 1). There is no driver selected for the device information set or element
In the sdk's "usb_driver" directory, the "android_winusb.inf" file has several VID's beginning with 0BB..., but does not have one for the one listed above. Nor is there a [ ... ]header entry for the MyTouch 3G Slide (Expresso?)
I suspect this is the reason for the "Driver not found"
Am using the 32 bit version of "Eclipse IDE for Java Developers" downloaded last April. (At that time there were a lot of forum warnings about not using the 64 bit version.)
Today, before trying to install the driver, I uninstalled the Android plug-in from Eclipse and then uninstalled the Android SDK I had installed in April which was at the 2.1 level. I reinstalled the SDK at the 2.2 level taking "all items". Then reinstalled the Eclipse plug- in.
In the "Android SDK and AVD Manager" checked for any updates. There were none (I'd just re-installed, so that makes sense)
Information in this thread looked like a solution:
When I tried that, got the same message box.
These two threads from 2009 have entries that say the 64 bit driver is in the SDK I cant find it. Could be looking the wrong place though.
The android_winusb.inf has these two .CAT entries in it CatalogFile.NTx86 = androidwinusb86.cat CatalogFile.NTamd64 = androidwinusba64.cat
Using the information from the above ¦5512 thread, I added these lines to the [Google.NTx86] group immediately following the ";Google NexusOne" information and before the [Google.NTamd64] entry
When that did not make any difference, added: %SingleBootLoaderInterface% = USB_Install, USBVID_0BB4&PID_0FFF which was also part of a post. Made no difference
The .INF has a [ClassInstall32], entry, but there is no [ClassInstall64] entry. I do not know enough about INFs to know if that is needed or not.
I have a new Captivate and am attempting to establish a USB connection with Windows XP sp2.
I have downloaded setup two different USB drivers, (1) from Samsung--I assume it's the official driver, and (2) from the Android SDK. Both installations ran without error. But when I attempt to install either driver, Windows complains that it cannot locate the driver. I'm at a loss.
Windows is finds the Captivate when connected but only intermittently. Sometimes it identifies it and sometimes it doesn't.
I want to install usb driver on my windws xp to debug on my HTC Magic phone, I follow steps here: http://developer.android.com/guide/developing/device.html But I find that when I plugin the connecting cable to my phone, windows xp just treat it as a storage device. There is no "New hardware wizard" pops up. How can I do to install usb driver?
Does anyone know how to install the usb driver for the HTC magic? Whenever I plug in the phone and select to mount is as a mass storage device, it gets mounted, but no "New Hardware" wizzard appears. I've enabled USB debugging in the settings.
I Have a Nexus 7 and recently I found that I needed to use ADB for something and I had used my Nexus 7 with ADB on this computer before (thats how I installed KitKat) but whenever I connect my Nexus now it says that is not configured correctly and when I attempted to install the ADB driver it said windows encountered an error. I am currently running windows with Driver verification disabled and on test mode. I am also running windows in test mode so that it wouldn't block the driver. I have tried every driver possible from the one in the SDK to the intel android adb driver and even PDAnet. I have checked inside the driver file that it is properly registered for my nexus 7. I am running Windows 8.1 on my computer and android 4.4.2 kitkat on my Nexus 7.
I have Windows 7, and when installing HTC Sync it fails to install a driver for my Magic. Has anyone here with Windows Vista successfully installed HTC Driver? It should be placed in C:Program FilesHTCHTC Driver. Can anyone tell me what that folder contains?
Videocon A15 little RAM makes trouble for me. So I want to root my phone to use it in a better way, but I have tired by finding usb driver for videocon a15. But I can't find any usb driver. So I want to know how do I install usb driver for this handset?
I can't connect my samsung galaxy S to my PC. Always fails when it installs MTP driver, and the driver from the CD doesn't work either. googled it and found it was a common problem, but I didn't find any solution. Is there any standard solution for this?