Question Solved: Can not access fastboot device driver not found and I can not locate any either

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egandt

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Mar 25, 2008
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So I have the drivers
usb_driver_r13-windows: from google they do not work and as far as I can see they are the latest
They are from 7/23/2020 but they are the latest Google provides.

I have installed OP9P_Default_Drivers, do not help at all either

I also downloaded: https://oneplusdriver.com/download-oneplus-driver, again no help in fastboot
Now they are in C:\Program Files (x86)\OnePlus USB Drivers
however trying to point here to use this driver fails "The hash for the file is not porsent ..." and it refuses to use this driver.
tool_amd64, can not install thr driver either as it also fails to install, the lost is clean:

Code:
OnePlus USB Drivers install...
Get system info ...
CPU architecture: AMD64
Operater System: Windows 8
Install drivers command:
tool_amd64.exe /PATH . /LM /SW
mtp & rndis drivers not need install.
set adb environment...
find ANDROID HOME = C:\Android
ANDROID HOME already exist!
adb path already exist in path!
check system environment...
system32 is not in USER path
system32 path already exist in path!
install drivers success!

I also tried: L2 drivers which should not and do not work.

Simply put I'm unable to locate any driver that supports "USB\VID_18D1&PID_D00D"
I'm un sure how anyone is doing anything in fastboot, if there is not a driver that supports this ID, but based on multiple Google searching I'm not locating any others that I'd even trust to try, or that would make any sense to try.

So at this point I'm completely blocked, from unlocking the phone (step 0 for me), as there is no driver that is supported for fastboot and the One Plus 9 Pro and Windows 10 20H2 with the latest patches from 05/2021, as something seems very wrong with the one plus driver.

Very unhappy right now with One Plus!
ERIC
 

sbcdave

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Apr 9, 2011
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16
Snohomish, WA
Win 10 right...I had fastboot issues and found a thread eventually that walked me through booting win 10 in a way that gave me the option to disable security checks on driver's, and then I was able to install the OP driver I needed and voila fastboot could see my device.
 

egandt

Senior Member
Mar 25, 2008
405
133
Win 10 right...I had fastboot issues and found a thread eventually that walked me through booting win 10 in a way that gave me the option to disable security checks on driver's, and then I was able to install the OP driver I needed and voila fastboot could see my device.
That is not a safe thing to do, it is on One Plus to provide a valid signed driver, right now I'm using a Linux VM as fastboot and linux = 💕 however oneplus needs a valid WIndows 10 driver that is signed
 
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mypd1991

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Oct 19, 2010
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So I have the drivers
usb_driver_r13-windows: from google they do not work and as far as I can see they are the latest
They are from 7/23/2020 but they are the latest Google provides.

I have installed OP9P_Default_Drivers, do not help at all either

I also downloaded: https://oneplusdriver.com/download-oneplus-driver, again no help in fastboot
Now they are in C:\Program Files (x86)\OnePlus USB Drivers
however trying to point here to use this driver fails "The hash for the file is not porsent ..." and it refuses to use this driver.
tool_amd64, can not install thr driver either as it also fails to install, the lost is clean:

Code:
OnePlus USB Drivers install...
Get system info ...
CPU architecture: AMD64
Operater System: Windows 8
Install drivers command:
tool_amd64.exe /PATH . /LM /SW
mtp & rndis drivers not need install.
set adb environment...
find ANDROID HOME = C:\Android
ANDROID HOME already exist!
adb path already exist in path!
check system environment...
system32 is not in USER path
system32 path already exist in path!
install drivers success!

I also tried: L2 drivers which should not and do not work.

Simply put I'm unable to locate any driver that supports "USB\VID_18D1&PID_D00D"
I'm un sure how anyone is doing anything in fastboot, if there is not a driver that supports this ID, but based on multiple Google searching I'm not locating any others that I'd even trust to try, or that would make any sense to try.

So at this point I'm completely blocked, from unlocking the phone (step 0 for me), as there is no driver that is supported for fastboot and the One Plus 9 Pro and Windows 10 20H2 with the latest patches from 05/2021, as something seems very wrong with the one plus driver.

Very unhappy right now with One Plus!
ERIC
Check your windows updates section, I was having the same issue. Was available through there for me, no problems after that.
 

sbcdave

Senior Member
Apr 9, 2011
233
16
Snohomish, WA
That is not a safe thing to do, it is on One Plus to provide a valid signed driver, right now I'm using a Linux VM as fastboot and linux = 💕 however oneplus needs a valid WIndows 10 driver that is signed
I'm not sure this is valid. Would Windows 10 accept the driver if it was signed with LetsEncrypt certs... I doubt it.
 

PKkeys

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  • Apr 19, 2021
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    We have to disable the signature checks on windows. Run CMD as Administrator and paste the below codes and Hit Enter. Reboot your PC after doing this.

    bcdedit.exe -set loadoptions DISABLE_INTEGRITY_CHECKS
    bcdedit.exe -set TESTSIGNING ON

    Now try to install the one plus drivers again, and it should be done in 5 mins. After this windows will identify your device in fastboot mode.
     

    mrjaycob

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    Nov 13, 2017
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    Go to Windows Update -> Optional Updates.

    You'll find the fastboot and adb drivers there.
    hey, where did you find the fastboot and adb drivers? When i enter "optional updates" in the search bar i can only see a very limited number of updates.
    thx

    EDIT: found out my problem was the missing driver. The Driver CD showed no files so i installed a driver from here: https://www.technobuzz.net/oneplus-6-usb-drivers/

    Deavtivated the signature with the help of this
    bcdedit.exe -set loadoptions DISABLE_INTEGRITY_CHECKS
    bcdedit.exe -set TESTSIGNING ON


    Now i can find my phone in fastboot.

    My only hope is that the installed driver was legit. Couldnt find an official version.. :S
     
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    PhoenixPath

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    Jul 27, 2010
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    New Prague, MN
    Yikes....forgot there was a time I didn't know this.

    Direct from Google (no "questionable about 'em, they are Google's own tools/drivers) -

    ADB and Fastboot:

    (Set PATH in Envorinment Variables to whatever folder you extract these to in order to have access to adb/fastboot in any folder using command-prompt.)

    USB-Drivers (ADB fastboot):

    (extract, right-click on android_winusb.inf file and select "install", go to Device Manager, right click "Android" device and update driver - choose "pick from list", Android, Bootloader - for fastboot/bootloader, obviously)

    Download the SDK tools and update the ADB/Fasboot folder with every release of Android to try and keep it up to date. The USB drivers have worked for every device I have had to use them on.
     

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      Win 10 right...I had fastboot issues and found a thread eventually that walked me through booting win 10 in a way that gave me the option to disable security checks on driver's, and then I was able to install the OP driver I needed and voila fastboot could see my device.
      That is not a safe thing to do, it is on One Plus to provide a valid signed driver, right now I'm using a Linux VM as fastboot and linux = 💕 however oneplus needs a valid WIndows 10 driver that is signed
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      Go to Windows Update -> Optional Updates.

      You'll find the fastboot and adb drivers there.