Do you own a MediaTek phone? If yes, then you must have come across the term called Android CDC driver or Android CDC serial driver. These drivers are required to connect and identify your MediaTek (MTK) smartphone to computer. In this guide, we’ve provided detailed steps on how to install Android CDC Drivers on Windows 7, Windows 10, Windows 8.1, 8, XP and Vista. These CDC drivers are compatible with both 32 bit as well as 64 bit Windows operating system.
What is USB Driver?
When you connect your Android phone to computer using USB cable, it requires a particular software in order to identify the connected device. So basically a USB Driver is a software that operates or controls a device that is attached to a computer using standard USB cable. In other words, the USB drivers acts as a translator between a hardware device and the operating systems of a computer.
What is Android CDC Driver?
It is a software application especially for MediaTek (MTK) processor smartphones which allows a successful connection between Android device and a computer. This makes it possible to easily sync your phone data and settings using USB cable through computer. Moreover, you can transfer files, images, videos, music, apps and documents between your Android phone and PC.
Besides, you can even install Stock firmware on your MediaTek phone using SP flash tool. This tool requires latest CDC drivers as well as MT65xx USB VCOM drivers. You can download Android CDC driver 32 bit as well as download Android CDC driver 64 bit from the links given below. Most important, remember that this CDC driver is only compatible with Android phone powered by Mediatek MT65xx chipset. Furthermore, it is even compatible with MT66xx and MT67xx chipset.
If in case you face problems like Android CDC driver not installing error or Android CDC driver with digital signature, the only solution is to re-install drivers. Yes, you heard it right. Re-installing latest CDC drivers can help remedy USB driver issues easily. If you do not have these drivers on your PC, then there are chances of ‘USB Device Not Recognized’ error.
CDC driver is also known as MTK VCOM USB driver and is very small in size. We’ve provided direct Android CDC drivers download links for your Windows 32 bit and 64 bit PC. The file is compressed so you’ll need decompressing software like WinRar or 7zip to extract it. Interested users can move on to the Android CDC driver installation process given below.
Steps to Install Android CDC Drivers:
Step 1: Download CDC Driver.
Step 2: Extract the downloaded driver on your computer.
Step 3: Go to Control Panel on your PC, and launch Device Manager.
Step 4: Under Device Manager, single click on your Computer Name which is present at the top of Device tree.
Step 5: Click on the Actions tab in the Device Manager.
Step 6: From the list of options, click on Add legacy hardware.
Note: This option will not appear unless you perform step 4.
Further, a Welcome to the Add Hardware Wizard window will popup.
Step 7: To continue, click on Next.
Step 8: In the next window, choose the second option i.e. Install the hardware that I manually select from a list (Advanced).
Step 9: Then click on Next.
As soon as you click next, Windows will ask about the type of hardware you want to install.
Step 10: Choose Show All Devices and tap Next.
Step 11: A new window will appear as shown below. Simply click on Have Disk option.
Step 12: Click on Browse and select Android CDC driver setup file from the extracted folder.
Note: Make sure that you are installing Android Gadget VCOM driver as shown below.
Step 13: After selecting the Android CDC driver, tap Next to start the actual driver installation process.
Step 14: As soon as you click Next, a Windows security prompt will popup. Simply click on Install this driver software anyway option.
This will actually start the Android CDC Driver installation process. It will require at least few minutes to finish the driver flashing process. So wait and be patient.
Step 15: As soon as the process completes, a successful message will appear. Simply tap on Finish option.
Finally! You’ve successfully installed the latest Android CDC MediaTek MT65xx pre-loader USB VCOM Drivers on Windows operating system. For any difficulty or issues, kindly drop your comments below.
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