Last Updated on January 13, 2023 by Ian McEwan
Android USB driver is the bridge to make sure you can transfer files between PC and phone. It will often install automatically to your PC when you first time connect your Android device. However, some Android users may find that sometimes portable device is unrecognized leading to failure transmission.
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Excluding USB cable broken, it is a signature to install proper Android USB driver or update the old version manually due to constant upgrading of mobile phone, PC system compatibility, etc.
If you are using Windows 7/8/10 and your Android device can’t connect PC, the article will help you install/upgrade Android USB device step by step.
Choose “Device Manager” and locate it, which is in the left pane of Computer Management.
In most cases, Android USB Driver will install or update in your Windows PC, but sometimes you may need to download Android USB Driver manually due to the system glitch, delete USB driver by mistake, etc. You can download it from device official website or third-party program if your mobile phone is not mainstream brands.
As Samsung takes up most of the market shares in Android market, we take its main series--Samsung Galaxy series as an example to show the download details.
Click the brand of your Android Phone to download Android USB driver below.
|USB Driver Download Websites of Top Android Phones|
|Samsung Click here||HUAWEI Click here||Motorola Click here||HTC Click here|
|Google Click here||Sony Click here||LG Click here||Lenovo Click here|
|Xiaomi Click here||OnePlus Click here||ZTE Click here||Coolpad Click here|
|Oppo Click here||Vivo Click here||Hisense Click here||Acer Click here|
|Asus Click here||Alcatel One Touch Click here||WikoClick here||Unimax Click here|
|Microsoft Click here||Vodafone Click here||BLU Click here||BQ Aquaris seriesClick here|
|Kyocera Click here||DOOGEE Click here||Generic Click here||Lanix Click here|
|Archos Click here||BlackBerry Click here||Hyundai Click here||Bmobile Click here|
|T-Mobile Click here||M4Tel Click here||Lava Click here||Polaroid Click here|
|Dell Click here||Fujitsu Click here||Intel Click here||LGE Click here|
|MTK Click here||Sharp Click here||Toshiba Click here|
If you do not want to search the software in the official website of the manufacturer or you are afraid of infecting virus, Google Play is the best choice.
Note: USB computer connection should be set as Media device (MTP), if not, go to “Settings” on your phone > “Storage” > “Menu” > “USB computer connection” > Check “Media device (MTP)”