I followed this document and it gave me this link to Samsung's website to download the OEM driver for my Samsung Galaxy S5.

However, I couldn't find its model in the list. My phone's model is SM-G900F as shown here: img

The list contains many similar models such as SM-G900A but not exactly my model.

Where can I find the OEM USB drivers for my phone? My goal is to debug using a physical device in Android Studio.

  • @beeshyams I checked the site linked to by the XDA post and all devices share the same piece of driver. I wonder who designed the page...
    – Andy Yan
    Aug 31, 2016 at 0:14
  • @AndyYan:: thanks for checking.. Ridiculous.. Am deleting the earlier link
    – beeshyams
    Aug 31, 2016 at 0:19

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Drivers are usually not device-specific - manufacturers package drivers for most if not all their devices in one package for installation. In Samsung's case, it's called Samsung USB Drivers for Mobile Phones. It's up to you to Google and find the latest version, although someone has some hosted at OdinDrivers (external site - safety not guaranteed).

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