LittleConfucy, as you haven't told us what OS you're using, I'll assume it's Windows 7 or 8, doesn't really matter. Go here, download, install, launch, press the big button on top named "Full Driver Installation" and read what it tells you to do. It's written clear enough to understand. Just will give you some tips.
1. To install adb drivers, you should enable camera mode. It can be done in Settings->Storage. Just click on 3 dots and go to the USB connection settings. Select the option with PTP in its name and uncheck MTP if checked. After that your device should be recognized properly.
2. This App had a bug some time ago. It downloaded drivers and couldn't find them later. The workaround is to copy c:\Program Files (x86)\WugFresh Development\data\drivers\universal_drivers\Univers alAdbDriverSetup7.msi and rename the copy to UniversalAdbDriverSetup6.msi. It'll help.
So I have to copy the file, paste it in the same directory, without deleting the previous file, and change its name?
After I rooted, I opened BusyBox and it said:
"There was a problem opening a shell with root acces. This is either being caused by superuser/supersu or by a device that is inproperly rooted."
I downloaded root checker, and it says that it's not proprly rooted
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