I am trying to update my (unrooted and unlocked) Nexus 7 2013 wi-fi to Marshmallow via OTA. My Nexus is in USB debug mode and I have installed adb on my system and download the update package file.
When I connect my Nexus to Windows 10, the system recognizes the device as Android ADB Composite and everything seems to be working as it should. I open a command prompt and type:
and the device along with its id is correctly shown. At this point I reboot to bootloader, so I type
adb reboot bootloader
the Nexus reboots, enters in the bootloader and the following happens:
As suggested on numerous tutorials, I right-click on the device and choose to manually install an appropriate driver. And I expect to find Android ADB Composite in the list and instead the only possible choice is Samsung Android ADB Interface — which does not work, because, naturally, Nexus 7 is not a Samsung device.
I have tried to solve this issue by installing the google usb drivers using the 15 seconds install and it didn't help at all.
What can I do to overcome this issue?