Google USB Driver | Android Developers

The Google USB Driver is required for Windows only in order to perform adb debugging with any of the Google Nexus devices. The one exception is the Galaxy Nexus: the driver for Galaxy Nexus is distributed by Samsung (listed as model SCH-I515).

Download:

https://dl-ssl.google.com//android/repository/latest_usb_driver_windows.zip

Windows drivers for all other devices are provided by the respective hardware

manufacturer, as listed in the OEM USB Drivers

document.

Note:

If you’re developing on Mac OS X or Linux, then you do not need to install a USB

driver. To start developing with your device, read

Using Hardware Devices.

Downloading the Google USB Driver


The Google USB Driver for Windows is available for download as an optional SDK

component. You need the driver only if you are developing on Windows and

want to connect a Google Android-powered device (such as a Nexus 7) to your

development environment over USB.

 

Figure 1. The SDK Manager

with the Google USB Driver selected.

 

You can download the Google USB Driver for Windows in one of two ways:

 

 

 

Click here to download the latest Google USB Driver ZIP file.

 

  • Or, use the Android SDK Manager tool that is

 

included with the Android SDK. Using the SDK Manager

helps you keep the driver up to date by notifying you when your current driver is out of date.

 

 

  • Launch the Android SDK Manager by double-clicking SDK Manager.exe,

 

at the root of your SDK directory.

 

  • Expand Extras.

 

 

  • Check Google USB Driver package and click Install.

 

 

  • Proceed to install the package. When done, the driver files are

 

downloaded into the <sdk>\extras\google\usb_driver\ directory.

 

 

 

For installation information, read

Installing a USB Driver.

Source: http://developer.android.com/sdk/win-usb.html#top

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