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Default Moto G USB Drivers (WinXP/7 32Bit-64Bit)

Here are the USB / ADB drivers for WinXP/7 for those that don't want to install 'Motorola Device Manager.' Remember to enable USB debugging.

64Bit Driver here. Thanks dubidu.

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Drivers: 32Bit (Extracted files zipped) - 32Bit (msi) - 64Bit (msi)
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bro, how can i install this drivers for my moto G? in the zip not have installer... i know very little about install drivers in this metod.

please @lost101 explain a little for me please thanks you

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bro, how can i install this drivers for my moto G? in the zip not have installer... i know very little about install drivers in this metod.

please @lost101 explain a little for me please thanks you
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When Windows detects the device for the first time, point it to where you have extracted the contents of that zip.
 
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64bit drivers for Windows?
 
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Motorola Device Manager is the official Moto G driver source. No mention of 64bit on their page.
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These are taken from the "Motorola Device Manager" install package.
Just remove the ".img" from the file and install (can't upload a .msi file)
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was long looking for the 64 bit driver. thanks for sharing so much!
 
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Default Windows -.-

However, if you install these drivers Windows will recognize your device as a portable media player and asks every time if you are sure if you want to copy the files to your "portable media player". And no, you can't deactivate this annoying message ( http://social.technet.microsoft.com/...orum=w7itproui )!

Anyway, thanks for the drivers
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owner of the Moto G
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I tried pointing the Device manager to those drivers but it doesn't use any of them. I get the failed "Cannot install this hardware" message. I'm using Windows XP.
 
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These are taken from the "Motorola Device Manager" install package.
Just remove the ".img" from the file and install (can't upload a .msi file)
This keeps saying the file is corrupt when I download it?

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