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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by schmiffly, Aug 9, 2010.

  1. schmiffly

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    I just updated to Windows 7 but not drivers for the Dinc... Any help where to find them?
     

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    Listen... I know how to google... Dont need that kind of help from ya... Thanks for being part of this forum...

    I have googled it and I have personally not been able to find a simple USB driver for this... They all talk about making modifications etc..
     
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    Download the Froyo SDK and use the drivers included with it.
     
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    Sdk. I'm on Win7 and that's all I use. Install driver package then plug phone into different usb than you've been using. It'll reinstall the drivers.
     
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    Now THANK YOU very much.. Much Appreciated...
     
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    I just like LMGTFY so I try to use it every chance I get. I think it's kinda funny :D
     
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    The PDAnet drivers worked best for me. If the SDK gives you problems, like it did me, try the PDAnet software.

    I'm on a Toshiba Sat laptop. My wifes Gateway laptop worked fine on the SDK drivers. Both are on Win7.
     
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    I didn't have to install any usb drivers it just worked. I have Windows 7 Ultimate x64
     
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    Depends on what you use it for. adb does not work without drivers. Windows 7 tends to find drivers online when it can, so thats probably what happened.
     

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