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USB Drivers for EVO

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  1. Joppie

    Joppie Well-Known Member
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    Hi all... So I'm trying to get my screenshot on, but since I'm not rooted the normal apps won't work. I followed the How to Install ADB or USB Drivers on Android Devices | TechPetals instructions but for some reason my PC won't find the drivers.

    I'm running WinXP SP2. Are there any definitive EVO files that can be used? Thanks in advance.







    Long Live EVO
     

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    novox77 Leeeroy Jennnkinnns!
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    I got working drivers with the unrevoked3 package. Download it here:
    http://www.unrevoked.com/rootwiki/l...unrevoked.com/recovery/android-usb-driver.zip
    Unzip it and stick the folder wherever you want.

    Turn on USB debugging in your phone and plug it in to a USB port. Windows will then try to install drivers. Steer it toward the unzipped folder above.

    Once installed, you should be all set to run adb. If windows ever pops up the driver install screen, just install the driver again. The phone is seen as separate USB devices depending on what mode it's in, so it's normal to need to install the driver multiple times. I think did it 3x: once in HBOOT, once in recovery, once in fully-booted phone.
     
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    Perfect! Thanks! I don't know why the folder from the SDK wouldn't work.
     
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