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[Guide] Install drivers for any device using Pdanet

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droidiser

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Pdanet, a tethering tool which allows you to connect your PC/laptop to internet using your Android smartphone, also specialises in something else: You can install the drivers for any Android device using the PC end of Pdanet. While most of the popular devices come with official drivers or are easily available on the internet, some of the cheper and less popular models, like the ones sold by local Indian manufacturers, don't have any official drivers, so it's really a pain to find drivers for them.
pdanet_driver_install_screen.jpg

Pdanet comes to the rescue here. I have tried it with a plethora of devices :fingers-crossed:, and it installs drivers for all of them. I have written a full fledged guide, targeted especially at newbies, to help everyone install drivers for their device and proceed with rooting/ using ADB or fastboot. I have even included snapshots to help you get through the process swiftly. :cool:

THe process is quite easy. I'm posting a summary here:
Download and install pdanet on your pc. It is available here: http://www.junefabrics.com
During the installation process, select device manufacturer accordingly.
Attach the device to your pc using usb only when the setup asks you to do so.
That's it.
Don't forget to exit pdanet before trying to connect to adb etc.

Here is the guide: http://www.droidiser.com/2012/11/how-to-install-drivers-for-any-android.html
These days, during the process of rooting, installing the drivers is one of the toughest steps for many, as one click root tools are available on xda, once drivers are installed successfully.
 
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ahirwar

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Pdanet, a tethering tool which allows you to connect your PC/laptop to internet using your Android smartphone, also specialises in something else: You can install the drivers for any Android device using the PC end of Pdanet. While most of the popular devices come with official drivers or are easily available on the internet, some of the cheper and less popular models, like the ones sold by local Indian manufacturers, don't have any official drivers, so it's really a pain to find drivers for them.
pdanet_driver_install_screen.jpg

Pdanet comes to the rescue here. I have tried it with a plethora of devices :fingers-crossed:, and it installs drivers for all of them. I have written a full fledged guide, targeted especially at newbies, to help everyone install drivers for their device and proceed with rooting/ using ADB or fastboot. I have even included snapshots to help you get through the process swiftly. :cool:

THe process is quite easy. I'm posting a summary here:
Download and install pdanet on your pc. It is available here: http://www.junefabrics.com
During the installation process, select device manufacturer accordingly.
Attach the device to your pc using usb only when the setup asks you to do so.
That's it.
Don't forget to exit pdanet before trying to connect to adb etc.

Here is the guide: http://www.droidiser.com/2012/11/how-to-install-drivers-for-any-android.html
These days, during the process of rooting, installing the drivers is one of the toughest steps for many, as one click root tools are available on xda, once drivers are installed successfully.

Thanks bro I'll try it :) (y)
 

Rasa11

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Hmm,
I finally caved and threw a win7 partition on here..
Ive had this going for about 20 minutes and I seem to be 'stuck' here... Capture.PNG
Doesnt seem to be doing anything..
what's up? lol

(I'm essentially a windows noob again, so please bare with me) o_O
 

CanuckinPA

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HELP!

I tried rooting my Lenovo A1000-F --- followed the instructions, installed PDANet and ran Kingo, which said the root was complete. When I clicked FINISH the screen on the tab went blank and now I can't get anything! :mad:

Here's what I'm seeing after plugging the USB back into the tab, which I hope isn't bricked.
 

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    Pdanet, a tethering tool which allows you to connect your PC/laptop to internet using your Android smartphone, also specialises in something else: You can install the drivers for any Android device using the PC end of Pdanet. While most of the popular devices come with official drivers or are easily available on the internet, some of the cheper and less popular models, like the ones sold by local Indian manufacturers, don't have any official drivers, so it's really a pain to find drivers for them.
    pdanet_driver_install_screen.jpg

    Pdanet comes to the rescue here. I have tried it with a plethora of devices :fingers-crossed:, and it installs drivers for all of them. I have written a full fledged guide, targeted especially at newbies, to help everyone install drivers for their device and proceed with rooting/ using ADB or fastboot. I have even included snapshots to help you get through the process swiftly. :cool:

    THe process is quite easy. I'm posting a summary here:
    Download and install pdanet on your pc. It is available here: http://www.junefabrics.com
    During the installation process, select device manufacturer accordingly.
    Attach the device to your pc using usb only when the setup asks you to do so.
    That's it.
    Don't forget to exit pdanet before trying to connect to adb etc.

    Here is the guide: http://www.droidiser.com/2012/11/how-to-install-drivers-for-any-android.html
    These days, during the process of rooting, installing the drivers is one of the toughest steps for many, as one click root tools are available on xda, once drivers are installed successfully.
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    Pdanet, a tethering tool which allows you to connect your PC/laptop to internet using your Android smartphone, also specialises in something else: You can install the drivers for any Android device using the PC end of Pdanet. While most of the popular devices come with official drivers or are easily available on the internet, some of the cheper and less popular models, like the ones sold by local Indian manufacturers, don't have any official drivers, so it's really a pain to find drivers for them.
    pdanet_driver_install_screen.jpg

    Pdanet comes to the rescue here. I have tried it with a plethora of devices :fingers-crossed:, and it installs drivers for all of them. I have written a full fledged guide, targeted especially at newbies, to help everyone install drivers for their device and proceed with rooting/ using ADB or fastboot. I have even included snapshots to help you get through the process swiftly. :cool:

    THe process is quite easy. I'm posting a summary here:
    Download and install pdanet on your pc. It is available here: http://www.junefabrics.com
    During the installation process, select device manufacturer accordingly.
    Attach the device to your pc using usb only when the setup asks you to do so.
    That's it.
    Don't forget to exit pdanet before trying to connect to adb etc.

    Here is the guide: http://www.droidiser.com/2012/11/how-to-install-drivers-for-any-android.html
    These days, during the process of rooting, installing the drivers is one of the toughest steps for many, as one click root tools are available on xda, once drivers are installed successfully.

    Thanks bro I'll try it :) (y)