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The package provides the installation files for FTDI USB Serial Port Driver version 126.96.36.199. If the driver is already installed on your system, updating (overwrite-installing) may fix various issues, add new functions, or just upgrade to the available version.
- Install the MTP USB Device Driver First, open Run Command Box by hold Windows key + R. Then types ” devmgmt.msc ” and press Enter or click/tap OK, To open the device manager.
- In addition to the SCSI Port Driver and the Storport Driver, Windows Vista and later versions of the Windows operating system provide the ATA port driver (Ataport.sys), a storage port driver that is especially suitable for use with IDE controllers.
Install the driver¶
Installing drivers for the Seeeduino with window7¶
- *Plug in your board and wait for Windows to begin its driver installation process. After a few moments, the process will fail.* Open the Device Manager by right clicking “My computer” and selecting control panel.* Look under Ports (COM & LPT). You should see an open port named 'USB Serial Port' Right click on the 'USB Serial Port' and choose the 'Update Driver Software' option.
- * Next, choose the 'Browse my computer for Driver software' option.
- * Finally, select the driver file named 'FTDI USB Drivers', located in the 'Drivers' folder of the Arduino Software download.
Note: the FTDI USB Drivers are from Arduino. But when you install drivers for other Controllers, such as Xadow Main Board, Seeeduino Clio, Seeeduino Lite,
you need to download corresponding driver file and save it. And select the driver file you have downloaded.
- * The below dialog boxes automatically appears if you have installed driver successfully.
- * You can check that the drivers have been installed by opening the Windows Device Manager. Look for a 'USB Serial Port' in the Ports section.
- * You can also see the serial port in Arduino environment.
Installing drivers for the Seeeduino with window8¶
You should save these files which you are editing before installing driver with window8，because there will several power off during operating.
- * Press “Windows Key” +”R”* Enter shutdown.exe /r /o /f /t 00* Click the 'OK' button.* System will restart to a 'Choose an option' screen* Select 'Troubleshoot' from 'Choose an option' screen* Select 'Advanced options' from 'Troubleshoot' screen* Select 'Windows Startup Settings' from 'Advanced options' screen* Click 'Restart' button* System will restart to 'Advanced Boot Options' screen* Select 'Disable Driver Signature Enforcement'* Once the system starts, you can install the Arduino drivers as same as Windows
Installing drivers for the Seeeduino with Mac OS¶
- * Enter page: [https://www.ftdichip.com](https://www.ftdichip.com).
- * Download Driver for the Mac OS X version, named 2.2.18 (32bit)
- * Open the driver file which you just download, and double click FTDIUSBSerialDriver_10_4_10_5_10_6_10_7.mpkg
- * After double click, you will see an installer window.
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- * Click “Continue”.
- * You can see the below dialog boxes if you have installed driver successfully.
- * Test it with Seeeduino
Please submit any technical issue into our forum.
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USB driver is crucial when you want to access your Android device from a Windows computer for file transfer, tethering, rooting, backup or Android data recovery. In most cases, Android USB driver should be automatically installed when you first connect your handset to a Windows 7/8/10 computer. However, it is actually very common that Android USB device drivers fail to install on PC due to system glitch, wrong configuration, compatibility, etc. In this article, we’re going to learn to install USB driver for Android phone/tablet on computer manually. You can also check other tips for fixing Android USB device not recognized problem.
Method 1. Update and Install Android USB Driver on Windows 7/8/10
Sometimes Windows doesn’t recognize Android device because the driver is corrupted and USB driver not working. Hence, you need to update and install proper driver for your Android phone/tablet.
Step 1. Open Device Manager: for Windows 7, go to Start> Control Panel> System and Security> System> Device Manager; for Windows 8/10, press “Windows + X”, then click “Device Manager”.
Step 2. Find and expand “Other devices” or “Portable devices” and find your device. If there is a problem with the driver, it should be marked with a yellow exclamation mark.
Step 3. Right click on the driver and choose “Update Driver Software…”.
Step 4. Choose “Browse my computer for driver software”> “Let me pick a list of device drivers on my computer”, then hit “MTP USB Device” and click Next.
Step 5. You may need to reboot your computer after the update, and then check whether the USB driver problem is solved or not.
Method 2. Download Android USB Driver for Windows from OEM Manufacturer
If the driver for your Android device is deleted due to a certain reason, you can still download USB driver from your cellphone manufacturer site. Please download OEM USB driver according to your device manufacturer, such as Samsung, HTC, LG, etc., from the page linked below and learn how to install them on Windows 10/7/Vista computer.
Download and Install OEM USB driver
Here we take Samsung Galaxy S5 AT&T for example:
Step 1. Visit Samsung download page.
Step 2. Click MOBILE> Phones> Galaxy S> Phone Name> Carrier> CONFIRM.
Step 3. On the new page, find Downloads section, and then click DOWNLOAD icon > CONTINUE> I ACCEPT.
Step 4. Once Samsung USB driver is downloaded, you can install it on your computer under the guide of the page linked above.
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Method 3. Install Universal Android ADB USB Driver for Windows
If you don’t have a brand or widely-used Android device, or don’t want to seek hard for the specific driver, a universal Android ADB USB driver might work for you. Visit AdbDriver and download ADB Driver Installer to your computer, then follow steps below.
Step 1. Make sure you have USB debugging enabled in your Android device. For this:
- Go to Settings> About phone, and then tap “Build number” 7 times.
- Go back to Settings, then choose “Developer options”.
- Find the “USB debugging” option and tap the button to enable it. Accept warning by tapping on OK button.
Step 2. Connect your device to PC/Laptop using a properly functional USB cable.
Step 3. Unzip the downloaded ADB file, and then launch ADBDriverInstaller.exe.
Step 4. Select your device from the list, and click Install. This process might some time to complete.
Step 5. Once the installation is completed, you’ll find the Device Status marked with OK.
Method 4. Fix Android USB Device Drivers Fail Problem with Command Line
Even though we are quite sure that USB drivers can be successfully installed with Method 1 to 3, it is worth a try to fix “Android USB driver fails to install error” with a command line.
Step 1. Run Command Prompt as administrator: for Windows 10/8, press Windows + X, then choose Command Prompt (Admin); for Windows 7, click Start> All Programs> Accessories, then right-click Command Prompt> Run as administrator.
Step 2. Click Yes when User Account Control window pop up.
Step 3. Copy and paste the following command to the window, and then press Enter:
net localgroup Administrators local service /add
Step 4. Exit the window, and then connect your phone to PC again.