If you don’t know where to download Android CDC driver or how to install it on your computer, don’t worry. Here, I have provided Android CDC driver along with the instructions to install it on your PC or Laptop computer.
If you are using an Android device, you should download and install the ADB driver on your computer to connect your device with it successfully. But, installing ADB drivers alone will not be any help to you, if you are planning to flash the firmware on your device. To do that, you will need to download and install CDC driver on your Windows computer.
What is an Android CDC Driver?
Android CDC Driver is an important part for all android devices which allows you to easily connect any android device or tablet through the personal computer or laptop. In other words, it is a group of more than one files or program which create a bridge between the Android devices and the personal computer to communicate and share the files between each other. After properly connecting your android device or tablet with the personal computer via USB driver then, you will be able to do many more important things.
With the help of PC Suite, or any other software and installing the ROM will be you will be able to easily transfer your important & confidential data like photos, audio, video, messages, mp3, contacts, download, install & update stock ROM of any android device, update all drivers of your android devices, update your Android device, take backup whole android device, and if you lost all important data from your android device then you can easily restore with the help of backup via Android CDC Drivers on your computer.
Step 1: To get started, download the Android CDC driver and extract it to a folder on your computer.
Step 2: Next, launch “Device Manager” window from the control panel settings.
Step 3: Now click on the “Action” tab in the Device Manager. Now a list of options will show up. Choose “Add Legacy Hardware“.
Step 4: In the “Welcome to the Add Legacy Hardware” window, click “Next“.
Step 5: In the next window, choose the “Advanced” option i.e., install the hardware manually from a list and click “Next“.
Step 6: Now Windows will ask about the type of hardware you are installing. Choose “Show all devices” and click “Next“. Once you have done that, a prompt window will open up. Use it to select the CDC driver folder from Step 1and click “Ok“.
Step 7: The hardware type “Android Gadget VCOM Driver” will show up in the next window. Once you see the message, click “Next” to start the hardware installation process.
Step 8: You might get a Windows security prompt asking whether you trust the publisher of the driver software. Now choose the “Install this driver software anyway” option.
Step 9: It will take a minute or two for the installation process to get finished and once it does, you will see the “Completing the Add Hardware Wizard“. Click “Finish” to complete the process.
That’s it. Now you have successfully installed the Android CDC driver on your computer, and you can use it for flashing stock or custom ROM firmware on your device.
If you encounter any errors while following this tutorial, do let me know by leaving a comment below.