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Angry [Q] (help) WINDOWS 7 64 BIT HTC EVO DIAG DRIVERS

Can someone help with this
i have searched and searched and even searched
i have tried every way about a billion times
i have tried ever driver
there is

can some help with installing htc evo diag drivers on windows 7 64 bit

please im going nuts lmao
 
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Read the rooting instructions.
1) Install the Android SDK. There's drivers in the sdk/usbdrivers folder.
2) Install HTC Sync. It'll automatically install any other drivers you need.

Really, is it that hard to read?
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Read the rooting instructions.
1) Install the Android SDK. There's drivers in the sdk/usbdrivers folder.
2) Install HTC Sync. It'll automatically install any other drivers you need.

Really, is it that hard to read?
actually it was. I had to look everywhere for the drivers to work for the adb to work on my 64bit windows 7

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um sorry but i have read everthing im fully rooted on stock 2.2 i own 3 evos lol

but it does not install htc EVO DIAG DRIVERS AUTO
or anything
even on windows 7 vista or xp diag drivers u have to manually install

but um thanks anyway
 
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Ignore drmacinyasha, he doesn't know what he's talking about


(I think) these are the ones I used and they worked with QPST:
http://www.techwerkz.com/evo/HTCDiagDrivers.zip
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ok thanks very much is there any way special to install the drivers
??
in device manager i go to update then browse
but im not for sure do i hit let me choose
and then select mobile device
and then driver
or do i just browse to the folder couldnt get it to work
i know it can be done i did it when evo first came out on the 4th just restored my pc so cant remeber what exactly to do
but thatnks
 
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lol its not just a phone its a flashlight its a camera its a video recorder
and lots more lol
and my phone did bring me a beer this morning lmao
im sorry that ur evo is just a phone but everone else im sure is more yay yay yay
 
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ok thanks very much is there any way special to install the drivers
??
in device manager i go to update then browse
but im not for sure do i hit let me choose
and then select mobile device
and then driver
or do i just browse to the folder couldnt get it to work
i know it can be done i did it when evo first came out on the 4th just restored my pc so cant remeber what exactly to do
but thatnks
You have to put the phone in diag mode (##diag#) and then use control panel to hand pick the drivers for it, for some reason it doesn't recognize them
 
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Ok, I have the evo in ##3424# and on a 32-bit Win7 it works fine. When I try to install the drivers on a Win 64-bit machine it doesn't find any suitable driver.

Does anybody have the 64-bit DIAG drivers for Evo that work?
 
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Ok, I have the evo in ##3424# and on a 32-bit Win7 it works fine. When I try to install the drivers on a Win 64-bit machine it doesn't find any suitable driver.

Does anybody have the 64-bit DIAG drivers for Evo that work?
I have Win 7 64Bit and this is the driver I used. Hope it helps. I'll leave the link up until I get home from work tonight...

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/742270/HTC_Driver_64.zip

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