Drivers are not distributed as standalone package in order to increase market penetration of the HiSuite software. It's quite popular marketing strategy: you can get what you want only in bundle with something you don't actually want, but need to get the primary item is big enough to make you buckle in and get the whole package.
Nevertheless, you can ...
What fixed it for me was clicking on the "Connected as a media device" up at the top left corner, de-selecting Media Device (MTP) and then checking Camera (PTP). This essentially made it show up as a different kind of USB device with different options and allowed the process to work perfectly.
Try the 15-seconds ADB/drivers all-in-one installer. You could also install the Samsung drivers rather than conventional OnePlus drivers.
I installed these drivers and I've had mine working since the upgrade.
You could also try following this guide on how to set it up.
I have exactly the same device as you, down to the Android version and build number. I discovered that it was necessary to change my USB transfer mode.
You can do this on the Nexus 7 by going to Settings > Storage, clicking on the strange menu icon in the top right hand corner and selecting "USB computer connection". I then changed the storage mode to "...
Go to device manager in Windows and delete anything having to do with your phone (LG, Google, Android etc)
Plug in your phone, the drivers should install automatically
Download Airdroid on your phone....you can transfer files over WiFi
Ex Honor 6 user
Confirmed. There is no other way except installing Hi Suite or risking unknown driver. Tried unsuccessfully with several trusted universal drivers
This is my conclusion after I searched in several forums like XDA, Huawei forums ( trawling is a problem as they are in Chinese and one had to depend on Google translate) and Facebook sites of ...
If your phone is able to connect in another PC, the problem is in PC and not with the droid. The possible solutions are
Download Motorola driver
Goto Device Manager and right click on the motorola device name and select uninstall
Now right click and select Scan Hardware Change Now select Update Driver Software and click browse and point to the downloaded ...
Android Composite interface is higher level interface that includes Android ADB (Android Debug Bridge) interface, Android MTP (Media Transfer Protocol), PTP (Picture Transfer Protocol), Mass Storage Protocol etc. depending on what you need to do with connected device and on type of device as well.
Install the Google USB Driver while in phone is booted to bootloader.
Those are in your SDK folder location - extras - google - usb_driver.
When my N6 is booted to bootloader, Windows 10 shows me the following:
If you just want to directly access your Honor (I've got an Honor 6A) phone, go to "Settings", "About Phone", press 7x "Build Number" - the phone tells you, that "You're now a developer!".
Go to the new "Developer Options", activate "USB Configuration" an choose MTP or PTP. After that I could access the internal phone memory and the SD card directly via ...
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)
There is a long list of Ethernet related questions but none has a comprehensive answer covering all aspects. I'm generalizing your question in order to share my knowledge on this.
This is what you need to do in order to make Ethernet work on Android:
Make sure OTG support is available
Kernel must be built with Ethernet (and USB Ethernet) support
Handle USB ...
As it turns out, the issue was that my phone was no longer being recognised as a composite USB device by Windows, meaning only one of ADB, MTP or HTC Sync was capable of running at a given time. After the update, MTP was always recognised first. This explains both the 4.3 issue of MTP and ADB conflicting, and the 4.4 issue of no ADB.
The solution was ...
Had the same problem, plus the device was shown with a yellow exclamation mark in the device manager but only when in recovery mode.
Solution was to install the Google USB drivers for this device again:
Google and Download "Google USB Driver"
Open device manager
Right click device
Update Driver Software
Select "Browse my Computer ..."
Select "Let me pick .....
Okay I finally found something which helped me.
The Media Feature Pack for Windows 10 N & KN (all editions) alias KB-3010081 is for the first version of Windows 10.
But for the Windows 10 with the big update we had a few time ago, there is an update which supersedes the KB-3010081.
This is the KB-3099229 : https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/...
I was looking for those lately, sorry for Golden Shovel award, but if I found this thread then maybe someone else will find this helpful.
Download installer for this HiSuite. Unpack it, like archive (I use 7-zip). It asks for file replace, just 'yes' it (it is because installer format, don't worry). If you order your Windows to look for driver inside this ...
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 ...
While playing around with the INF files, I found that the one supplied by Sony actually does work, you only need to "force" Windows to use it for your device. I am not sure if that has anything to do with the unsigned nature of the driver or that Windows cannot verify that the driver is compatible (see below), but it simply doesn't seem to accept the driver ...
Got the same issue, and fixed it by updating the driver from the ASUS usb_driver_r06_windows.zip driver pack.
The issue is that this driver does not report properly the supported devices (at least mine were not listed)
My device is reported as a PID 4EE2 which is not part of the supported devices.
I had to add the following lines in the android_winusb.inf ...
I finally found my problem. This might have been specific to my Windows machine, but I'm writing it down here in case someone else has the same problem.
Turns out I didn't have a usb.inf file in my C:\Windows\inf directory. Apparently some installers/uninstallers have been known to mess with that file. I found the tip in this thread while trying to figure ...
There's no need to install Kies. Download the driver SAMSUNG_USB_Driver_for_Mobile_Phones_v18.104.22.168.exe (or a higher version) which is available from the Samsung website. Click on the Manuals & Downloads tab (below the image of the phone) and then the Software tab.
After installing, I connected the S3 via USB and Windows Update automatically searched ...
Install kies in your PC. It will automatically install corresponding USB drivers.
Samsung Kies is a freeware software application used to communicate between Windows or Mac operating systems, and more recently manufactured Samsung mobile phone and tablet computer devices, usually using a USB cable connection (though wireless LAN Kies connectivity is ...
Rebooting the phone and setting it to connect via USB as Internet Connection -> Ethernet worked for me.
LG also has drivers on their site (http://www.lg.com/us/support-mobile/lg-VS415PP) but I'm not sure they're necessary for this to work, and even with them installed ADB only works when in Ethernet mode.
You're not wrong to be frustrated, though - I've ...
I couldn't update the ADB driver on Windows 10. When I tried installing the generic Google ADB driver by clicking on "Browse my computer for driver software" and choosing the driver folder, Windows ignored the drivers, saying there were no drivers found.
I finally found the solution in this article, Manually installing Android ADB USB Driver.
The missing ...
There is always a lack of documentation because the drivers are device specific so you need to find documentation for your specific device.
You can try using Universal ADB Driver, but the best solution is to install a companion app for your device, something like Kies for Samsung, as they usually install drivers alongside.
To know if ADB is installed - it'...
This worked for me (without having to download the media feature pack).
On your phone (after connecting to PC):
Open the notifications bar.
Tap USB connection notification (USB for charging)
Select PTP-option (this one worked for me at least)
Done! You can now open your phone on your pc.
I also got the same issue in my lenovo mobile. But when i deleted the .android folder in the home directory, my problem is solved.
For me the issue is the adb don't have enough permission to read the rsa key to communicate with the device. When we run adb server it'll create a folder named .android(Linux - /home/--username--/.android, Windows - C:/Users/--...
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 ...
Short answer: yes.
In fact, it's a little more complicated than that. The device manufacturer or OEM buys different components (chips and sensors) from other manufacturers. Some of those components (such as the SoC or chipset) in turn contain hardware designed by other companies. For example, an LG phone might contain a SoC manufactured by Qualcomm, which ...