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Default USB Drivers for Epic 4G Touch

Does anyone have a link for the drivers for the Epic 4G Touch? My phone is not showing up on adb and I can't seem to find them.
 
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they should be the same one as the epic no?
 
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http://www.samsung.com/us/support/do...SPH-D710ZKASPR


Should be there when they're released ... all that shows up right now is the user manual.

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they should be the same one as the epic no?
I don't think so.
 
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what drivers are you refering to? are you trying to access your USB storage inside the phone on your computer or what are you trying to do? which USB drivers are you refering to?
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Connect to the computer with usb debugging disabled. It will install a driver, then unplug, enable usb debugging, and you should be able to see it with adb

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Connect to the computer with usb debugging disabled. It will install a driver, then unplug, enable usb debugging, and you should be able to see it with adb

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It installed some drivers when debug was disabled but now it is enabled and it still doesn't show in adb devices

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what drivers are you refering to? are you trying to access your USB storage inside the phone on your computer or what are you trying to do? which USB drivers are you refering to?
I want to be able to connect via ADB. I have Win7 64 bit and can't find a driver for my phone.
 
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It installed some drivers when debug was disabled but now it is enabled and it still doesn't show in adb devices

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I want to be able to connect via ADB. I have Win7 64 bit and can't find a driver for my phone.
Same deal, works fine in linux though
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Connect to the computer with usb debugging disabled. It will install a driver, then unplug, enable usb debugging, and you should be able to see it with adb
I installed the USB drivers from Samsung before I connected the USB.
This method does not work.
My computer does not see my device at all, though it is charging.
it doesn't mount with debugging on or off
WTF!

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Have you tried installing Kies? It delivers E4GT drivers during installation.

Here:http://api.viglink.com/api/click?for...13163916581211

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