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Old November 18th, 2011, 12:23 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Anyone find drivers for this phone for Win 7 64bit? My computer seems to see the phone as a cdrom drive. adb doesn't recognize the phone at all though.

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Anyone find drivers for this phone for Win 7 64bit? My computer seems to see the phone as a cdrom drive. adb doesn't recognize the phone at all though.
I downloaded (32-bit in my case) drivers for the ZTE Blade from the zte.com.cn web site which seem to work fine with the Warp. Can't seem to find the link at the moment, but they're there somewhere.

You might also want to check out: ZTE Drivers (32-bit & 64-bit) and adb - Android @ MoDaCo or How To Install The USB Drivers For The Orange San Francisco / ZTE Blade
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My Win 7 x64 automatically discovered it as a Disk device titled ZTE Mass Storage USB Device.
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My Win 7 x64 automatically discovered it as a Disk device titled ZTE Mass Storage USB Device.
Yeah when I turn on usb mass storage it works fine, but when I turn on USB debuggign adb won't even see the device.
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Here are the drivers that worked for me. Once you unzip select the x86 or x64 exe to install. Reboot, then connect your Warp. Device manager will add a new device named ADB Interface with driver titled ZTE Composite ADB Interface.

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