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Default [SOLVED] Z2 cannot install ADB driver

Two days ago I tried to use Easy Root ToolV11 to root my device that's running 14.1.1.A.0.402 Model D6503, it said "waiting for device".
I looked something up a bit and tried to install ADB driver, but nothing shown up in my detected ANDROID device list even though it was already plugged in to my PC.
I also tried to set up ADB PATH by following a tutorial in this thread http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2559009 but it didn't work.
In my device manager my device is under "portable devices" instead "android devices"

I also tried towelroot on my phone. It said that my phone is rooted, but root checker said "This device does not have proper root access"

Ps. usb debugging mode and unknown sources are enabled

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The driver that was install for my device is from microsoft. (see pictures below)

I uninstalled the driver and it was reinstall again every time i plugged my device in. I tried to update the driver, but it said that my driver is already up to date.
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Two days ago I tried to use Easy Root ToolV11 to root my device that's running 14.1.1.A.0.402 Model D6503, it said "waiting for device".
I looked something up a bit and tried to install ADB driver, but nothing shown up in my detected ANDROID device list even though it was already plugged in to my PC.
I also tried to set up ADB PATH by following a tutorial in this thread http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2559009 but it didn't work.
In my device manager my device is under "portable devices" instead "android devices"

I also tried towelroot on my phone. It said that my phone is rooted, but root checker said "This device does not have proper root access"

Ps. usb debugging mode and unknown sources are enabled
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Are you using Windows 8?
im using windows 7 sp1

also I just realize that i cannot use Sony PC Companion to do anything with my device it said that internet connection is required, but I am already connected.
 
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Not sure but perhaps the drivers were not correctly installed. Try this?

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2635830
 
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Not sure but perhaps the drivers were not correctly installed. Try this?

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2635830
I'm still getting the same problem with the driver install.


I think i know what the problem is right now. The driver that was install for my device is from microsoft. (see pictures below)





I uninstalled the driver and it was reinstall again every time i plugged my device in. I tried to update the driver, but it said that my driver is already up to date.

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Well, I just plugged in my Z2 to my PC and checked the driver details and it's exactly the same as yours. So it might not be an issue with the driver after all.

You mentioned that you have already done the ADB setup but it didn't work. When you said "it didn't work", do you mean the ADB couldn't be setup, or did you mean you still got the "waiting for device" message? To check if your ADB has been setup properly, go into the command prompt and type adb devices. You should see a serial number (of your phone) as the response.

And you should also have had the fastboot drivers installed. Use this tool to install fastboot drivers: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2588979
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Well, I just plugged in my Z2 to my PC and checked the driver details and it's exactly the same as yours. So it might not be an issue with the driver after all.

You mentioned that you have already done the ADB setup but it didn't work. When you said "it didn't work", do you mean the ADB couldn't be setup, or did you mean you still got the "waiting for device" message? To check if your ADB has been setup properly, go into the command prompt and type adb devices. You should see a serial number (of your phone) as the response.

And you should also have had the fastboot drivers installed. Use this tool to install fastboot drivers: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2588979
Finally it work!!!!

I'm rooting right now and it's stuck at cleaning up......what do i do now
 
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Finally it work!!!!

I'm rooting right now and it's stuck at cleaning up......what do i do now
restart the install.bat file.. happens from time to time that it get stuck on cleaning up.

Check the official thread about Easy Root and you'll see loads of people had the same problem.

Just re-run the program and it will work.
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restart the install.bat file.. happens from time to time that it get stuck on cleaning up.

Check the official thread about Easy Root and you'll see loads of people had the same problem.

Just re-run the program and it will work.

I did and it said "insmod: init_module '/data/local/tmp/wp_mod.ko' failed (File exists)"

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I restart my phone and root again. It's finally rooted.

Thank you every one for helping me.
 
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