[Tool] Latest ADB Fastboot and USB Driver installer tool for Windows

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fawazahmed0

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All praise and All Thanks to God

ADB Fastboot and USB Driver installer tool for Windows, which will always install the latest version.
To update the adb fastboot and usb drivers again, just rerun the tool.

OS Requirements:
Windows 7 and Above

Steps:
1. Connect the phone in USB Debugging mode with MTP or File Transfer Option Selected, for Proper USB Drivers Installation [optional step, recommended]
2. Double click on Latest-ADB-Installer.bat to start the installation process.
3. Press OK in confirmation dialog shown in phone during Installation.[only required, if step1 is done]
4. After the installation, You can run ADB and Fastboot commands using Command Prompt,
Beginners can use 'Latest ADB Launcher' located at Desktop to flash TWRP, GSI etc

Screenshot:
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Download Link:
Click Here
GitHub:
Click Here
Youtube:
Click Here

Special Notes:
1. If fastboot mode is not getting detected after installation, just connect your phone in fastboot mode and then run the installer tool again.
2. Google Chrome may give false warning while downloading the file, click on keep to download the file

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3. In Window 10, you will see Blue color box, during installation, click on More Info and click Run/Run anyway to start Installation.


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Feedback:


OMG!! I was beginning to bang my head against the wall UNTIL I FOUND THIS TOOL!! BUT this did everything man it works great .... i'll never have a problem in the future!! -JDBarlow

Thank you, it made my day. The damn fastboot driver it's always a problem;
even the drivers and .inf from Sony were useless. (Xperia XZ1 G8341)
-Azimutz

Thanx for your amazing tool .. your tool saved me a lot of time. -mostafa asal


This is amazing. Win10 didn't want to eat Google's USB driver for fastboot for Google Glass EE2.
This thing fixed the issue.
-escknx

I have a mediatek mt6771 device and it wasnt recognizing with the oem mtk drivers .. . . yet for some reason it was working fine after i installed your drivers .... -aryanhington

Thx for your tool, it solved my problem. -wadywadywady

Supporters:
I would like to thank all the Supporters who have helped in supporting this tool:
  • Christopher Caldwell
  • Roy Rubin
  • Holger Banzhaf
  • Alexey Makarov
  • Romy Adiputra
  • Mickael Catherine
  • Christopher Vaughan
  • Nuno Pinho
  • Robert Edwards
  • Antonio Gobbin
  • Hamza E.
  • None
  • Edivaldo A Pereira
  • Wallace G. Sanders
  • Peter Bergonzi
  • Áron Somodi
  • Antonio Banders
  • vittorio noca
  • Manuel De Diego Prato
  • Justin Kennedy
  • Bo Pedersen
  • Denis Petrushkin
  • Justine Kira
  • Lury Williams
  • Fernando Toribio

Support:
You can help support this tool by as little as $3, because this tool needs regular maintenance to support all the different Android devices.
Click Here to Support
 
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crz6662

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Does it need administration privileges?
Cuz i don't have a laptop, and will be working on my company's pc!

Evidently you do. Tried running without admin and it wouldn't run. Installed fine after giving administration privilege.
Some companies may not appreciate installing stuff on their hardware. I know mine wouldn't.
 
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mostafa asal

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I'm so f**ked up, i lost twrp, and even when try to flash it from win 8.1 with administrative privileges it gave me this error.
I flashed it the first time from win 10 , the only pc that I know has win 10 is the company's pc .
Now I'm stuck in an unofficial custom rom with lots of bugs.
 

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fawazahmed0

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I'm so f**ked up, i lost twrp, and even when try to flash it from win 8.1 with administrative privileges it gave me this error.
I flashed it the first time from win 10 , the only pc that I know has win 10 is the company's pc .
Now I'm stuck in an unofficial custom rom with lots of bugs.
Why are you using minimal adb and fastboot?, it is old and does not support latest phones.
Use my tool to do the installation for latest adb and fastboot drivers and then after installation just open command prompt (click on start menu -> type cmd -> press enter) and type your fastboot commands there.
Just check the youtube link below, if you are not sure how to open a command prompt
https://youtu.be/IZc9_S6JQpE?t=43
 
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mzeeshan2

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Thank you Fawaz. Installed perfectly.
To check the version use this command in a command prompt: fastboot --version

C:\Users\Administrator>fastboot --version
fastboot version 29.0.5-5949299
Installed as C:\Program Files\platform-tools\fastboot.exe
 

ineedroot69

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Why are you using minimal adb and fastboot?, it is old and does not support latest phones.
Use my tool to do the installation for latest adb and fastboot drivers and then after installation just open command prompt (click on start menu -> type cmd -> press enter) and type your fastboot commands there.
Just check the youtube link below, if you are not sure how to open a command prompt
https://youtu.be/IZc9_S6JQpE?t=43

i still think minimal adb and fastboot is still quite viable till this day the only downside i see is it doesn't accept
Code:
adb root
as command other than that i don't see any problem
 

fawazahmed0

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i still think minimal adb and fastboot is still quite viable till this day the only downside i see is it doesn't accept
Code:
adb root
as command other than that i don't see any problem
When you have new phone with new partition style, fastboot commands will not work on minimal adb and fastboot.
You will need new fastboot version to make it work with new partition style
For example,
fastboot -w command will not work in minimal adb and fastboot for phones with new partition style
see this for example (person gets errors when executing fastboot -w, for new phone):
https://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=80118678&postcount=37
 
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Poor Grammar

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:laugh:....Hell to the Yeah...Finally for the first time in my life I used adb/fastboot to run commands... (No toolkits). Unlocked bootloader last night today I'm planning to install custom recovery and root... I'm proud of myself for this.. All feedback appreciated... Thank you for this awesome tool...Trying to download twrp it says copy file into same folder as your adb/fastboot binaries. Rename the image to twrp.IMG... This might be stupid question but where does your tool put adb/fastboot folder:confused: a little
 
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fawazahmed0

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:laugh:....Hell to the Yeah...Finally for the first time in my life I used adb/fastboot to run commands... (No toolkits). Unlocked bootloader last night today I'm planning to install custom recovery and root... I'm proud of myself for this.. All feedback appreciated... Thank you for this awesome tool...Trying to download twrp it says copy file into same folder as your adb/fastboot binaries. Rename the image to twrp.IMG... This might be stupid question but where does your tool put adb/fastboot folder:confused: a little

You don't have to copy the twrp.img to the installation folder, just pasted twrp.img in your desktop and then in your command prompt, use cd command to go to desktop.
For example this is how I would do:
1. Paste the twrp.img at desktop.
2. Open command prompt (start menu -> type cmd -> press Enter)
3. Type the following in command prompt
cd desktop (To move command prompt to desktop)
4. Now all the files at desktop are accessible by command prompt, now just flash the twrp image.

You can use cd command to move the directory and cd .. command to move to previous directory
And instead of pasting the twrp.img at desktop, you can paste it at any location you want and use cd command to move to that directory
Refer:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sjaCgavMO18
https://ss64.com/nt/cd.html
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-server/administration/windows-commands/cd
 
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Poor Grammar

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LG Nexus 5X
You don't have to copy the twrp.img to the installation folder, just pasted twrp.img in your desktop and then in your command prompt, use cd command to go to desktop.
For example this is how I would do:
1. Paste the twrp.img at destkop.
2. Open command prompt (start menu -> type cmd -> press Enter)
3. Type
cd destkop (To move command prompt to desktop)
4. Now all the files at desktop are accessible by command prompt, now just flash the twrp image.

You can use cd command to move the directory and cd .. command to move to previous directory
And instead of pasting the twrp.img at desktop, you can paste it at any location you want and use cd command to move to that directory
Refer:
https://ss64.com/nt/cd.html
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-server/administration/windows-commands/cd
Well is this at least correct?
 

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fawazahmed0

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Well is this at least correct?
Well, that is not the right way to do it, but if you still want to do this way, first type this in command prompt:
cd "C:\Program Files\platform-tools" (copy and paste the whole line including the double quotes in command prompt)

And now you can flash the twrp.img:)

Explanation:
The above command changes your directory to "C:\Program Files\platform-tools" in command prompt and that's why twrp.img is accessible
 
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fawazahmed0

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You don't have to copy the twrp.img to the installation folder, just pasted twrp.img in your desktop and then in your command prompt, use cd command to go to desktop.
For example this is how I would do:
1. Paste the twrp.img at desktop.
2. Open command prompt (start menu -> type cmd -> press Enter)
3. Type the following in command prompt:
cd desktop (To move command prompt to desktop)
4. Now all the files at desktop are accessible by command prompt, now just flash the twrp image.

You can use cd command to move the directory and cd .. command to move to previous directory
And instead of pasting the twrp.img at desktop, you can paste it at any location you want and use cd command to move to that directory
Refer:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sjaCgavMO18
https://ss64.com/nt/cd.html
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-server/administration/windows-commands/cd

Well is this at least correct?
Try to do the above quoted post again, I have corrected the spelling mistakes, If you get stuck, just let me know and I will help you out:)
 
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    All praise and All Thanks to God

    ADB Fastboot and USB Driver installer tool for Windows, which will always install the latest version.
    To update the adb fastboot and usb drivers again, just rerun the tool.

    OS Requirements:
    Windows 7 and Above

    Steps:
    1. Connect the phone in USB Debugging mode with MTP or File Transfer Option Selected, for Proper USB Drivers Installation [optional step, recommended]
    2. Double click on Latest-ADB-Installer.bat to start the installation process.
    3. Press OK in confirmation dialog shown in phone during Installation.[only required, if step1 is done]
    4. After the installation, You can run ADB and Fastboot commands using Command Prompt,
    Beginners can use 'Latest ADB Launcher' located at Desktop to flash TWRP, GSI etc

    Screenshot:
    Tool-Animation1.gif



    Download Link:
    Click Here
    GitHub:
    Click Here
    Youtube:
    Click Here

    Special Notes:
    1. If fastboot mode is not getting detected after installation, just connect your phone in fastboot mode and then run the installer tool again.
    2. Google Chrome may give false warning while downloading the file, click on keep to download the file

    Chrome%20warning%2001.jpg


    Chrome%20warning%202.jpg


    3. In Window 10, you will see Blue color box, during installation, click on More Info and click Run/Run anyway to start Installation.


    Windows%2010%20Screenshot2.png


    Feedback:


    OMG!! I was beginning to bang my head against the wall UNTIL I FOUND THIS TOOL!! BUT this did everything man it works great .... i'll never have a problem in the future!! -JDBarlow

    Thank you, it made my day. The damn fastboot driver it's always a problem;
    even the drivers and .inf from Sony were useless. (Xperia XZ1 G8341)
    -Azimutz

    Thanx for your amazing tool .. your tool saved me a lot of time. -mostafa asal


    This is amazing. Win10 didn't want to eat Google's USB driver for fastboot for Google Glass EE2.
    This thing fixed the issue.
    -escknx

    I have a mediatek mt6771 device and it wasnt recognizing with the oem mtk drivers .. . . yet for some reason it was working fine after i installed your drivers .... -aryanhington

    Thx for your tool, it solved my problem. -wadywadywady

    Supporters:
    I would like to thank all the Supporters who have helped in supporting this tool:
    • Christopher Caldwell
    • Roy Rubin
    • Holger Banzhaf
    • Alexey Makarov
    • Romy Adiputra
    • Mickael Catherine
    • Christopher Vaughan
    • Nuno Pinho
    • Robert Edwards
    • Antonio Gobbin
    • Hamza E.
    • None
    • Edivaldo A Pereira
    • Wallace G. Sanders
    • Peter Bergonzi
    • Áron Somodi
    • Antonio Banders
    • vittorio noca
    • Manuel De Diego Prato
    • Justin Kennedy
    • Bo Pedersen
    • Denis Petrushkin
    • Justine Kira
    • Lury Williams
    • Fernando Toribio

    Support:
    You can help support this tool by as little as $3, because this tool needs regular maintenance to support all the different Android devices.
    Click Here to Support
    4
    Ok, here is the quick fix specifically for you.

    1. Download the attached 'ADB Fastboot & USB Driver Installer Offline.zip' and extract it.

    2. Connect your phone with USB debugging enabled to pc (or if you just want fastboot drivers to be installed ,boot your phone in fastboot mode and connect it to pc)

    3. Go inside extracted folder and double click Latest-ADB-Installer.bat to start the installation.
    3
    Thank you Fawaz. Installed perfectly.
    To check the version use this command in a command prompt: fastboot --version

    C:\Users\Administrator>fastboot --version
    fastboot version 29.0.5-5949299
    Installed as C:\Program Files\platform-tools\fastboot.exe
    2
    @fawazahmed0 Awww!😁
    I am humbled by your statement in OP about me being a supporter!
    I JUST noticed that my friend!
    Stay safe, and never stop pursuing what makes you happy!;

    Cheers!
    2
    Hello,
    i need to unlock the bootloader on my old tablet Acer A510 with stock ROM, android 4.1.2 (then i want install another ROM with newer Android).
    After i run your tool, my tablet reboot, but i don't see any message on display, that the fastboot is activated. Then i disconnect the tablet prom PC, now come the message on the tablet: "Bootloader vJB-d0ca683: Starting Fastboot USB download protocol" . I connect the tablet again to PC (Tablet in fastboot mode).
    In device manager is one device "FastBoot" with incorrect driver (driver error Code 28).
    Then run your tool again (my tablet connected in fastboot mode), but no success.
    Then i have tried update the driver manually in device manager, i have choose this pad: C:\Program Files\platform-tools
    but windows can not install this driver.
    Have you maybe any idea?
    Many thanks in advance!

    EDIT:
    I have solved my problem. After many attempt i have restart my Win10 in mode with option “Disable driver signature enforcement”. There i have one more run yout driver-intallation tool and now are the driver correct installed and i have successfull unlocked my bootloader.
    Maybe you should make notice in your tool, for windows10 user, that it is necessary restart Windows with “Disable driver signature enforcement.”

    Many thanks for your usefull tool! It have help me.