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General Driver problem of Fastboot interface (Google USB ID)

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Akio1214, Oct 30, 2011.

  1. Akio1214

    Akio1214 New Member
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    I want to flash my GT 540 from 2.1 to 2.3.2 but I cannot flash it beacuse of the last driver [ Fastboot interface (Google USB ID)]-Andriod cannot find , I was stuck here,how can i do? I need help:thinking:
     

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  2. samrox144

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    try downloading adb tools it has fastboot.exe in it
     
  3. Akio1214

    Akio1214 New Member
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    The problem is this:

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    You noted that the "adb" is it from andriod sdk manager,thankyou
     
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    download lg update tool and download lg gt540 drivers manually and install them....while installing connect phone
     
  5. Akio1214

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    I have done it but...The andriod item still not working

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    what is android driver related to never got that on my pc while installing...drivers
     
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    When I go to fastboot mode, it miss this driver,how can I do?thankyou
     
  8. samrox144

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    ok try this method

    Go to the PdaNet homepage and download the Windows 7 x64 version of the PC software Download PdaNet
    Make sure your phone is not connected to the computer. Install the app from PdaNet. Ignore the warning if you get it, that doesn't matter for what we're doing.
    At the end of the PdaNet install, you'll be prompted to connect your phone. Make sure USB debugging is on, and connect to a high speed (as in not through a hub) USB port.
    Follow the prompts and accept the unverified driver warning. Let it finish, then reboot your phone into fastboot mode -- power off, then hold volume UP and power.
    Open the device manager in Windows (right click My Computer, properties, choose Device Manager from the list on the left.
    Find the Android 1.0 entry, with the yellow exclamation mark beside it. Right click and choose to update the driver.
    Select to search your computer for the driver manually, and point it at C:\Program Files (x86)\PdaNet for Android\. You will see a warning about an unknown/unsigned driver for sure this time, accept it.
     

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