[DRIVERS] Latest HTC Drivers [4.2.0.001]

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Latest HTC Drivers
Latest HTC Drivers extracted from HTC Sync v3.3.21 and HTC Sync Manager v2.0.61.0

Latest Driver Version (HTC Sync): 4.0.1.001
Latest Driver Version (HTC Sync Manager): 4.2.0.001

BMP Drivers are the same for both sets of drivers.


For those who don't want to have to download 120 some MB of bloatware called HTC Sync ;)

Instructions:
  • Determine if your system is 32-bit or 64-bit
  • Download the BMP Driver for your OS type (x86 version if on 32-bit, x64 if on 64-bit)
  • Download the newest HTCDrivers file (choose either the "EXE" or "MSI" driver file, but not both)
  • Disable any antivirus program(s) present
  • Run both files downloaded above (the BMP.msi and the HTCDriver file)
  • Re-enable your antivirus program(s)

Links

ALL DRIVER FILES: www.mediafire.com/?o10b16j5b3r3o
OEM SETUP FILES: www.mediafire.com/?1rwmleoe17akd

Updated on 6.6.13

Updated on 4.23.13

Updated on 4.02.13
  • RemoveOldHTCDriver3.exe (packaged in HTC Sync Manager v2.0.41.0)
  • Removed duplicate x86 BMP Driver
  • Updated instructions with link to determine if on 32-bit or 64-bit

Updated on 3.31.13

Updated on 3.6.13

Updated on 11.28.12
  • HTC BMP USB Driver_x86.msi DELETED: Turned out to be the same 1.0.5375 as above. Download from link above.
  • HTCDriver_3.0.0.023.msi





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MD5 CHECKSUMS
Sometimes downloading from the internet can yield a corrupt download. To prevent this, make sure you always check the md5 checksum (also known as "md5sum") of the file. This method verifies the digital integrity of the file by verifying its digital signature with the MD5 algorithm.

After you download each file, make sure to check that the md5sum matches what is given.

Code:
[LIST]
[*]25912deacc5d55528e223ec7b99705cc [B]*HTCDriver_3.0.0.023.msi[/B]
[*]220c41f3b03f42190899db8cb081b5c6 [B]*HTCDriver_4.0.1.001.exe[/B]
[*]a578d837343fe2542ecf405a630d46a0 [B]*HTCDriver_4.0.1.001.msi[/B]

[*]8223ec1c2aa71503b431a0daabb23154 [B]*HTCDriver_4.0.1.002.exe[/B]
[*]4dfbd4ae8662124d06e0a04db2065069 [B]*HTCDriver_4.0.1.002.msi[/B]

[*]bf24b0adc2f792ee4180ca545e4b60a0 [B]*HTC_BMP_USB_Driver_x32_1.0.5375.msi[/B]
[*]7b461095d56f9a6814d8f3e14cac0859 [B]*HTC_BMP_USB_Driver_x64_1.0.5375.msi[/B]

[*]96e6d181192a995214493a6828e4287d [B]*IPTInstaller_4.0.8.msi[/B]
[*]92bd34ec7787e631231c68aba392b6e7 [B]*RemoveOldHTCDriver3.exe[/B]

[*]f281d8994ab9f1315828ac2226a9bb75 [B]*HTCDriver_4.1.0.001.exe[/B]
[*]ed6d5fc5cc7dcca653f7a0beab01035d [B]*HTCDriver_4.1.0.001.msi[/B]
[*]96589c02be46fd7b85160d5b15f4c88a [B]*HTCPluginChecker.exe[/B]
[*]36ba2c8627ba18c6540bfa25be3b67fc [B]*HTCSync_3.3.21.exe[/B]
[*]a356e5c828c7cb3869dc67058e5bbc2c [B]*SyncManager_2.0.53.0.exe[/B]
[*]da1e40e478725d3e829243e84043d21f [B]*SyncManager_2.0.53.0_STRIPPED.exe[/B]
[/LIST]

How to check the md5sum of a file:

Windows:
For windows you need to download the md5sum binary. I recommend the one from my dev-host.

After that, copy the file you're trying to verify to the directory where where you downloaded the "md5sum.exe"

Once that is finished, do SHIFT+RIGHT CLICK (inside the folder window) and choose "Open command window here"

dKeAEvd.png


Then type the following ("fileNameHere" must include the extension):
Code:
md5sum fileNameHere
That will output a hash, which you can compare to the ones above.
xjcL0IG.png


Linux: No need to download anything, md5sum binaries are included in all distros, as far as I know.

Open a terminal and type the following ("fileNameHere" must include the extension):

Code:
$ cd path/to/download/folder
$ md5sum fileNameHere


Two important notes:
This method can be used with any files you download, as long as the download site (or the dev themself) provides the correct md5sum.
If any of the digits do not match exactly, you need to download the file again.
 
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Re: [DRIVERS] Latest HTC Drivers [v4.0.1.001]

Interesting, I found a HTC Driver Installer 4.0.1.002 in my machine.

Are you sure? If you have the (htc sync) exe can you upload it somewhere and give me the link?

I heard that the drivers were updated as well, and I've literally redownloaded HTC Sync about 50 times to try and update this, with no luck.
 
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Are you sure? If you have the (htc sync) exe can you upload it somewhere and give me the link?

I heard that the drivers were updated as well, and I've literally redownloaded HTC Sync about 50 times to try and update this, with no luck.

This is what I have(see attached), I am still trying to figure out where it come from...
(I uninstalled and re-install three different versions of HTC Sync multiple time coz my HOX is "unknown" in device manager...)
I extract every exe I have but no luck, will let you know once I find it...
 
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This is what I have(see attached), I am still trying to figure out where it come from...
(I uninstalled and re-install three different versions of HTC Sync multiple time coz my HOX is "unknown" in device manager...)
I extract every exe I have but no luck, will let you know once I find it...
OK, I uninstall all version and install them one by one, HTC Driver Installer 4.0.1.002 come with HTC Sync Manager 2.0.41.0. But can't find it in the exe, will play with it more tomorrow...
 
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Have updated all drivers per above but I get a constant error "There is a problem with MTP driver"
Device manager says "The installation failed because a function driver was not specified for this device instance"
Driver update always says it cannot find a driver automatically, when I try to install drivers manually it says the driver is already up to date and does not need to be changed
Any ideas?
WP7 64-bit OS
 

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Go to Devices and Printers > Your phone > Right click the icon > Properties > Edit details / Change settings (or something similar) > uninstall driver (THEN UNPLUG PHONE)
Then go to Control Panel > All Programs > Uninstall everything that has HTC and try again.

These drivers have worked for me upon several reinstalls of Win7 x64 on my laptop, so there's just something interfering with it on your end. I've also gotten several reports of it working for other people on their Win7 x64
 

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Go to Devices and Printers > Your phone > Right click the icon > Properties > Edit details / Change settings (or something similar) > uninstall driver (THEN UNPLUG PHONE)
Then go to Control Panel > All Programs > Uninstall everything that has HTC and try again.

These drivers have worked for me upon several reinstalls of Win7 x64 on my laptop, so there's just something interfering with it on your end. I've also gotten several reports of it working for other people on their Win7 x64

i am on Windows 8 and no way i can make the computer recognize the phone, keep telling me USB device not recognized and on properties i have HTC with the question mark on it?
 

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Go to Devices and Printers > Your phone > Right click the icon > Properties > Edit details / Change settings (or something similar) > uninstall driver (THEN UNPLUG PHONE)
Then go to Control Panel > All Programs > Uninstall everything that has HTC and try again.

These drivers have worked for me upon several reinstalls of Win7 x64 on my laptop, so there's just something interfering with it on your end. I've also gotten several reports of it working for other people on their Win7 x64

Afraid I still definitely have a problem with the MTP driver on one PC (not all my PCs).
HTC support logged in remotely to my PC but were unable to fix it: they have escalated the problem to their technical team - I hope to have a response next week and will post when (if) resolved.
 
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Afraid I still definitely have a problem with the MTP driver on one PC (not all my PCs).
HTC support logged in remotely to my PC but were unable to fix it: they have escalated the problem to their technical team - I hope to have a response next week and will post when (if) resolved.

Cool. Let me know, maybe some other drivers are interfering woth the HTC drivers
 

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    Latest HTC Drivers
    Latest HTC Drivers extracted from HTC Sync v3.3.21 and HTC Sync Manager v2.0.61.0

    Latest Driver Version (HTC Sync): 4.0.1.001
    Latest Driver Version (HTC Sync Manager): 4.2.0.001

    BMP Drivers are the same for both sets of drivers.


    For those who don't want to have to download 120 some MB of bloatware called HTC Sync ;)

    Instructions:
    • Determine if your system is 32-bit or 64-bit
    • Download the BMP Driver for your OS type (x86 version if on 32-bit, x64 if on 64-bit)
    • Download the newest HTCDrivers file (choose either the "EXE" or "MSI" driver file, but not both)
    • Disable any antivirus program(s) present
    • Run both files downloaded above (the BMP.msi and the HTCDriver file)
    • Re-enable your antivirus program(s)

    Links

    ALL DRIVER FILES: www.mediafire.com/?o10b16j5b3r3o
    OEM SETUP FILES: www.mediafire.com/?1rwmleoe17akd

    Updated on 6.6.13

    Updated on 4.23.13

    Updated on 4.02.13
    • RemoveOldHTCDriver3.exe (packaged in HTC Sync Manager v2.0.41.0)
    • Removed duplicate x86 BMP Driver
    • Updated instructions with link to determine if on 32-bit or 64-bit

    Updated on 3.31.13

    Updated on 3.6.13

    Updated on 11.28.12
    • HTC BMP USB Driver_x86.msi DELETED: Turned out to be the same 1.0.5375 as above. Download from link above.
    • HTCDriver_3.0.0.023.msi





    ------------

    MD5 CHECKSUMS
    Sometimes downloading from the internet can yield a corrupt download. To prevent this, make sure you always check the md5 checksum (also known as "md5sum") of the file. This method verifies the digital integrity of the file by verifying its digital signature with the MD5 algorithm.

    After you download each file, make sure to check that the md5sum matches what is given.

    Code:
    [LIST]
    [*]25912deacc5d55528e223ec7b99705cc [B]*HTCDriver_3.0.0.023.msi[/B]
    [*]220c41f3b03f42190899db8cb081b5c6 [B]*HTCDriver_4.0.1.001.exe[/B]
    [*]a578d837343fe2542ecf405a630d46a0 [B]*HTCDriver_4.0.1.001.msi[/B]
    
    [*]8223ec1c2aa71503b431a0daabb23154 [B]*HTCDriver_4.0.1.002.exe[/B]
    [*]4dfbd4ae8662124d06e0a04db2065069 [B]*HTCDriver_4.0.1.002.msi[/B]
    
    [*]bf24b0adc2f792ee4180ca545e4b60a0 [B]*HTC_BMP_USB_Driver_x32_1.0.5375.msi[/B]
    [*]7b461095d56f9a6814d8f3e14cac0859 [B]*HTC_BMP_USB_Driver_x64_1.0.5375.msi[/B]
    
    [*]96e6d181192a995214493a6828e4287d [B]*IPTInstaller_4.0.8.msi[/B]
    [*]92bd34ec7787e631231c68aba392b6e7 [B]*RemoveOldHTCDriver3.exe[/B]
    
    [*]f281d8994ab9f1315828ac2226a9bb75 [B]*HTCDriver_4.1.0.001.exe[/B]
    [*]ed6d5fc5cc7dcca653f7a0beab01035d [B]*HTCDriver_4.1.0.001.msi[/B]
    [*]96589c02be46fd7b85160d5b15f4c88a [B]*HTCPluginChecker.exe[/B]
    [*]36ba2c8627ba18c6540bfa25be3b67fc [B]*HTCSync_3.3.21.exe[/B]
    [*]a356e5c828c7cb3869dc67058e5bbc2c [B]*SyncManager_2.0.53.0.exe[/B]
    [*]da1e40e478725d3e829243e84043d21f [B]*SyncManager_2.0.53.0_STRIPPED.exe[/B]
    [/LIST]

    How to check the md5sum of a file:

    Windows:
    For windows you need to download the md5sum binary. I recommend the one from my dev-host.

    After that, copy the file you're trying to verify to the directory where where you downloaded the "md5sum.exe"

    Once that is finished, do SHIFT+RIGHT CLICK (inside the folder window) and choose "Open command window here"

    dKeAEvd.png


    Then type the following ("fileNameHere" must include the extension):
    Code:
    md5sum fileNameHere
    That will output a hash, which you can compare to the ones above.
    xjcL0IG.png


    Linux: No need to download anything, md5sum binaries are included in all distros, as far as I know.

    Open a terminal and type the following ("fileNameHere" must include the extension):

    Code:
    $ cd path/to/download/folder
    $ md5sum fileNameHere


    Two important notes:
    This method can be used with any files you download, as long as the download site (or the dev themself) provides the correct md5sum.
    If any of the digits do not match exactly, you need to download the file again.
    7
    HTC Driver version 4.8.0.002

    Thanks to @starbase64.

    Extracted the driver from the installer. Available here
    http://www.mediafire.com/download/j55vk6qbbr6250c/HTCDriver_4.8.0.002.exe
    MD5: e2a21d71954d4164c1a116abb926a363

    Also here is the setup.ini
    Code:
    [Info]
    Name=INTL
    Version=1.00.000
    DiskSpace=8000	;DiskSpace requirement in KB
    
    [Startup]
    CmdLine=/l*v+ %TEMP%\_HTC_Installer.log
    SuppressWrongOS=Y
    ScriptDriven=2
    ScriptVer=16.0.0.400
    DotNetOptionalInstallIfSilent=N
    OnUpgrade=2
    Product=HTC Driver Installer
    PackageName=HTCDriver.msi
    EnableLangDlg=N
    LogResults=N
    UI=1000
    DoMaintenance=N
    ProductCode={4CEEE5D0-F905-4688-B9F9-ECC710507796}
    ProductVersion=4.8.0.002
    LauncherName=HTCDriver.exe
    PackageCode={30BCC064-4E3A-4418-8FA8-057D29785924}
    
    [Languages]
    RequireExactLangMatch=0x0404,0x0804
    RTLLangs=0x0401,0x040d
    Default=0x0409
    Supported=0x0409,0x0804,0x0404,0x0407,0x040c,0x0410,0x0411,0x0415,0x0419,0x040a,0x041d,0x0405,0x0406,0x0408,0x0414,0x0816,0x0413,0x0416,0x0418,0x041f,0x0401,0x040b,0x041e,0x0412,0x0809
    
    [MsiVersion]
    
    [SupportOSMsi11] ;Supported platforms for MSI 1.1
    Win95=1
    Win98=1
    WinNT4SP3=1
    
    [SupportOSMsi12] ;Supported platforms for MSI 1.2
    Win95=1
    Win98=1
    WinME=1
    WinNT4SP3=1
    
    [SupportOS] ;Supported platforms for MSI 2.0
    Win95=1
    Win98=1
    WinME=1
    WinNT4SP6=1
    Win2K=1
    
    [SupportOSMsi30] ;Supported platforms for MSI 3.0
    Win2KSP3=1
    WinXP=1
    Win2003Server=1
    
    [Win95]
    MajorVer=4
    MinorVer=0
    MinorVerMax=1
    BuildNo=950
    PlatformId=1
    
    [Win98]
    MajorVer=4
    MinorVer=10
    MinorVerMax=11
    BuildNo=1998
    PlatformId=1
    
    [WinME]
    MajorVer=4
    MinorVer=90
    MinorVerMax=91
    BuildNo=3000
    PlatformId=1
    
    [WinNT4SP3]
    MajorVer=4
    MinorVer=0
    MinorVerMax=1
    BuildNo=1381
    PlatformId=2
    ServicePack=768
    
    [WinNT4SP6]
    MajorVer=4
    MinorVer=0
    MinorVerMax=1
    BuildNo=1381
    PlatformId=2
    ServicePack=1536
    
    [Win2K]
    MajorVer=5
    MinorVer=0
    MinorVerMax=1
    BuildNo=2195
    PlatformId=2
    
    [Win2KSP3]
    MajorVer=5
    MinorVer=0
    MinorVerMax=1
    BuildNo=2195
    PlatformId=2
    ServicePack=768
    
    [WinXP]
    MajorVer=5
    MinorVer=1
    MinorVerMax=2
    BuildNo=2600
    PlatformId=2
    
    [Win2003Server]
    MajorVer=5
    MinorVer=2
    MinorVerMax=3
    BuildNo=2600
    PlatformId=2
    
    [0x0409]
    0x0409=English (United States)
    0x0411=Japanese
    0x0401=Arabic (Saudi Arabia)
    0x042d=Basque
    0x0402=Bulgarian
    0x0403=Catalan
    0x0804=Chinese (PRC)
    0x0404=Chinese (Taiwan)
    0x041a=Croatian
    0x0405=Czech
    0x0406=Danish
    0x0413=Dutch (Netherlands)
    0x040b=Finnish
    0x0c0c=French (Canada)
    0x040c=French (France)
    0x0407=German (Germany)
    0x0408=Greek
    0x040d=Hebrew
    0x040e=Hungarian
    0x0421=Indonesian
    0x0410=Italian (Italy)
    0x0412=Korean
    0x0414=Norwegian (Bokmal)
    0x0415=Polish
    0x0416=Portuguese (Brazil)
    0x0816=Portuguese (Portugal)
    0x0418=Romanian
    0x0419=Russian
    0x0c1a=Serbian (Cyrillic)
    0x041b=Slovak
    0x0424=Slovenian
    0x040a=Spanish (Traditional Sort)
    0x041d=Swedish
    0x041e=Thai
    0x041f=Turkish
    [HTCDriver.msi]
    Type=1
    Location=HTCDriver.msi
    [Setup.bmp]
    Type=1

    EDIT: Fastboot still doesn't work for me. Device is not recognized.
    6
    Drivers 4.10.0.001

    I've extracted these drivers from setup_2.4.11.0_htc.exe available at HTC UK Support site.

    http://www.mediafire.com/download/e21a0cc4268dg9d/HTCDriver_4.10.0.001.msi

    Drivers version: 4.10.0.001
    Installer Type: MSI Package
    4
    Updated Drivers to version 4.1.0.001.
    Two important note, from here on out I will also be including fast links for the Sync setup files (HTC Sync and Sync Manager), as well as a SyncManager_XXXXX_STRIPPED.exe which will literally be ONLY the Sync Manager program, all drivers stripped out from it (as in, it won't install any drivers, hence a much smaller file size).

    You will now be able to find the FULL setup files for HTC Sync and Sync Manager inside the Original HTC Sync Folder of the linked mediafire folder in the OP. This will provide a much faster download if you do want to install either one, rather than a capped speed download from the HTC site itself.

    Well here's the changelog
    3
    I, too, have had adb completely non-functional since updating to 3.57 based ROMs.

    I thought I had really borked my phone and was going to have to wipe after stupidly running the window manager resize command to scale down to 720p, not realizing that it would lock it and apply that setting every time I started the phone. So I went through the hunt to get adb working.

    What finally did it for me (Windows 8 64-bit) was to install this http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?p=36523572 and turn off driver signature enforcement to install it. (http://www.fotoclubinc.com/blog/how...on-of-windows-7-printer-drivers-on-windows-8/) After the driver installed, I used adb shell right off the bat and it worked! Hope this helps someone else get back full adb functionality, it really saved my ass! :D
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