I'm failing to find the page with original drivers, I only find third party websites that I don't know if I can trust. The manufacturer website is lacking the drivers (apparently). I'm using Windows 10 and have already the Whole NDK installed.

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    Download any MTK drivers. Wiko devices are powered by Mediatek chips.
    – esQmo_
    Commented Oct 31, 2016 at 11:20
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    Weren't Android supposed to have a unified driver for all devices? Or was I just dreaming? XD Commented Oct 31, 2016 at 12:19

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wikogeek is a site dedicated to Wiko phones and hence presumably safe. Site description says

...the site dedicated for open source of Wiko products. We are pleased to provide the source codes of our mobile phones to our most sophisticated users....

It is likely to be safe since this site was referenced in Wiko Forums . That's in French and needs translation and also explains the procedure of installing drivers

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    I speak French, can I help?
    – esQmo_
    Commented Oct 31, 2016 at 11:11
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    @esQmo: thanks +1 for your answer. If you can read that page and anything useful to the answer, please leave it in comments here
    – beeshyams
    Commented Oct 31, 2016 at 11:24

You just need Mediatek drivers for any phone powered by an MTK chip. Since [all] Wiko devices are powered by Mediatek chips, you can use drivers for Alcatel MTK, or ZTE, etc. Go here to download the firmware which contains the flashtool, drivers and instructions.

or here to get the Wiko drivers (VCOM and CDC)


Thanks to all answers, I also found an alternative way

Basically the drivers are on the phone, just need to browse it and install from there:

  • the official documentation regarding that is:

Install Wiko Jerry drivers

  • As Always you need to enable developer mode, usb debugging and when the phone prompt for it, allow your connected PC to be used for USB debugging.

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