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How to Install Fastboot, ADB and Google USB Drivers on Windows 10

Comments (2)
  1. Khan says:

    Excellent article. Covered every aspect of it with great detail and screenshots. Keep it up!

  2. Marco says:

    Ciao Devendra, mi chiamo Marco e sono un amante del modding. Ho un problema . Dunque lo smartphone è un Huawei Y560 L01 brandizzato Tim, il root è stato eseguito con Kingroot ma non mi ha installato SuperSu. Il bootloader ,non saprei come verificare se è ancora bloccato oppure no. Tu questo losai meglio di me. Ho installato Flashify e ho provato a flashare la recovery philz. Ma il telefono è andato in brick dopo aver utilizzato rashr per flashare la stessa recovery philz come nel primo caso. Poi ho scaricato i driver da te postati in questa guida e ho seguito tutti la procedura. Ad installazione dei driver terminata però , non mi ha riconosciuto il terminale come “Qualcomm HS-USB QDloader…” ma come “Qualcomm HS-USB Diagnostics 900E (COM10)”.
    In giro sui forum ho letto ” In linea di massima dovrai ri-flash-are almeno la partizione di BOOT. Sei d’accordo che questo metodo possa risolvere il problema ? Se si potresti “per favore” postare una guida per fare quusta procedura ?
    Ti ringrazio anticipatamente. Ciao.

    English Translation (may not accurate)
    Hi Devendra, my name is Marco and I’m a lover of modding. I have a problem . So the smartphone is a Huawei Y560 L01 branded Tim, the root was run with Kingroot but did not install SuperSu. The bootloader, I would not know how to check if it is still blocked or not. You lost this better than me. I installed Flashify and I tried to flash the philz recovery. But the phone went brick after using rashr to flash the same philz recovery as in the first case. Then I downloaded the drivers you posted in this guide and followed all the procedure. However, installing the terminated drivers did not recognize the terminal as “Qualcomm HS-USB QDloader …” but as “Qualcomm HS-USB Diagnostics 900E (COM10)”.
    On the forums I read “In general, you will have to re-flash-at least the BOOT partition. Do you agree that this method can solve the problem?” If you could “please” post a guide to doing this procedure?
    I thank you in advance. Hello.

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