ADB, Android Debug Bridge, is a command-line utility included with Google’s Android SDK. ADB can control your device over USB from a computer, copy files back and forth, install and uninstall apps, run shell commands, and more.
In Microsoft’s operating environment, everything is about drivers. Any hardware component that you have attached to your system, it will require proper drivers to be configured, whether it’s an internal piece of hardware or a peripheral. We’ll use Android ADB USB Drivers for all devices.
Steps to Install ADB Drivers of Android device:
Step 1. First, make sure you have USB debugging enabled on your Android device. To do this:
- Go to Settings > About phone, and then tap ‘Build number’ 7 times.
- Go back to Settings, then choose now visible ‘Developer options’.
- Find the ‘USB debugging’ option and use its toggle button to enable it. Accept warning by tapping on OK button.
- Step 2. Now you will find “Developer Options” in settings. (Goto Settings > Developer Options > Check USB Debugging. In some device, it is ADB Debugging.)
- Step 3. Connect your device to your PC/Laptop using a properly working USB cable. Now launch the downloaded ADB file.
- Step 4. Select your device from the list & click on Install. This process might take 2-3 mins to complete.
- Step 6. Once the process is completed, you’ll see something similar to this:
- Step 7. Now you have completed the process. You can use ADB to modify/tweak system files.
Now you are all set to perform debugging operations.This driver works with any Android device as it’s built for “Android OS” or any device running on Android OS. Whether it’s Gingerbread or Android Nougat.