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Original link: http://docs.eoeandroid.com/tools/extras/oem-usb.html

If you are developing on Windows and Android devices to test your application to connect, then you need to install the appropriate USB driver. This document mentions

There is an original equipment manufacturer (OEM) website where you can download the link for the appropriate USB device driver. However, this list is incomplete

Available for all Android devices.

If you are developing on Mac OS X or Linux then you probably won't need to install a USB driver. To start developing your device, read the hardware you are using

equipment.

* Note: * If your device is developed for Android Phone (ADP), Nexus One, or Nexus S, then you need Google USB driver instead

Not an OEM driver.

The Galaxy Nexus driver, however, is distributed to Samsung (the listing model is SCH-I515).

First, find the appropriate driver for your device's OEM driver. Once you have downloaded your USB driver, follow the instructions below

Install or upgrade drivers based on your Windows version, whether you are installing or upgrading existing drivers.

Tip: When you complete the installation of the USB driver, use the Android phone to develop other important information, see Using hardware devices.

Windows 7

Windows Xp

Windows Vista

Note: You may change to the android_winusb.inf file and find inside USB_DRIVER \\ (for example, add support for other devices), but this

Will cause a security warning when you install or upgrade the driver. Any other driver file changes may disrupt the installation process.

Windows 7

Install Android USB Drivers on Windows 7:

Connect your Android phone to the USB port of your computer.

Right-click from your desktop or Windows Explorer's computer and select Manage.

In the left pane, select Devices.

Locate and expand the other device in the right pane.

Right-click on the device name (for example, Nexus S) and select Update Driver Software. This will launch the Hardware Update Wizard.

Select 'Browse my computer for driver software' and click 'Next step.'

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Click Browse and find the USB driver folder. (Google's USB driver is located at \\Actor\\Google\\USB_DRIVER\\.

)

Click 'Next step' to install the driver.

Or, upgrade the existing Android USB driver to the new driver in Windows 7:

Connect your Android phone to the USB port of your computer.

Right-click from your desktop or Windows Explorer's computer and select Manage.

In the Computer Management window in the left pane, select Device Manager.

Locate and expand Android Phones in the right pane.

Right-click on Android's Comprehensive ADB interface and select Update Driver.

This will start the Hardware Update Wizard.

Select 'Install from list or specified location' and click 'Next step'.

Select Search for the best driver in these locations, uncheck Search removable media, and check Include this location in search.

Click Browse and find the USB driver folder. (Google's USB driver is located at \\actor\\google\\USB_DRIVER\\.)

Click 'Next step' to upgrade the driver.

Windows XP

The first installation of the Android USB driver in Windows XP:

Connect your Android phone to the USB port of your computer. Windows will detect the device and start the Hardware Update Wizard.

Select 'Install from list or specified location' and click 'Next step'.

Select Search for the best driver in these locations, uncheck Search removable media, and check Include this location in search.

Click Browse and find the USB driver folder. (Google's USB driver is located at \\Actor\\Google\\USB_DRIVER\\.

)

Click 'Next step' to install the driver.

Or, upgrade the existing Android USB driver to the new driver in Windows XP:

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Connect your Android phone to the USB port of your computer.

Right-click My Computer from the Desktop or Windows Explorer and select Manage.

Select 'Device Manager' in the left pane.

Locate and expand Android Phones in the right pane.

Right-click on Android's Comprehensive ADB interface and select Update Driver.

This will start the Hardware Update Wizard.

Select 'Install from list or specified location' and click 'Next step'.

Choose to search for the best driver in these locations, uncheck Search Removable Media, and check Include this location in search.

Click Browse and find the USB driver folder. (Google's USB driver is located at \\actor\\google\\USB_DRIVER\\.)

Click 'Next step' to upgrade the driver.

Windows Vista

Install Android USB Drivers on Windows Vista:

Connect your Android phone to the USB port of your computer. Windows detects the device and starts the 'Found New Hardware Wizard.'

Select 'Find and Install Driver Software.'

Choose not to search online.

I don't have a disk of choice. Show other options.

Select 'Browse my computer for driver software.'

Click Browse and find the USB driver folder. (Google's USB driver is located at \\Actor\\Google\\USB_DRIVER\\.

) As long as you specify the exact location of the installation package, you can leave, including the folder selected or unchecked, it does not matter.

Click 'Next Step'. Vista may prompt you to confirm the privilege elevation required to install the driver.

confirm.

When asked by Vista, if you want to install Google ADB interface device, click 'Install' to install the driver.

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Or, upgrade your existing Android USB driver

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