Download USB Drivers for Samsung, HTC, Sony, LG and Many Android Smartphones

When you connect your Android smartphone / tablet to the computer, it installs some sort of thing called drivers. But still sometime it fails to recognize the device and eventually doesn’t install the needed drivers. That’s where the Android USB drivers come in picture. Android USB drivers are made to establish connection between your phone / tablet with PC. It includes all essential things like Android SDK USB drivers, ADB / Fastboot drivers, mass storage transfer and all other things require for debugging and development. It’s always better to have this Android USB driver package with you so that you can install them back whenever needed (like after formatting PC).

You can always found and download these device drivers from respective manufacturer’s official website. But in case if you find it difficult to download it from them, don’t worry! we’ve made a list of major manufacturer’s USB drivers / PC Suite (which includes the drivers). You can use it on any platform like Windows, Mac OS or Linux (if provided).

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ManufacturerWindowsMac OSLinux
Google NexusUSB DriversUSB DriversUSB Drivers
SamsungUSB Drivers / Samsung KiesUSB Drivers
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HTCHTC Sync Manager
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SonySony PC CompanionSony Bridge
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LGUSB Drivers / Device Specific
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MotorolaUSB DriversUSB Drivers
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ASUSUSB Drivers / ASUS PC Suite
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HuaweiUSB Drivers / HiSuite
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ZTEUSB Drivers
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DellDevice Specific Drivers
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AcerUSB Drivers
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FujitsuUSB Drivers
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IntelUSB Drivers
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LenovoUSB Drivers
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If you want to install ADB & Fastboot drivers too and want to know how to use them then you can refer our article on How to use ADB & fastboot drivers with your Android phone.

And lastly, If you don’t find the drivers for your device in above mentioned list, report us through comment section below. We’ll add it as soon as possible.

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Viraj Kshatriya

Former Chief Editor
Viraj was a former chief editor at Android Legend. He no longer works here. But no worries you can still get in touch with him via his Google+ profile.
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  1. Naman Agrawal December 14, 2013
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