Android Forums & News

Droid Driver Windows 7

Droid driver windows 7

The Droid Razr Maxx phone is unrecognized on Windows 7Android Forums & News

The Droid Razr Maxx phone is unrecognized on Windows 7

Make sure your phone is not locked when you plug it in. Mine does this very same thing. These should work, but if I'm not mistaken, the media link above should have had the drivers in them as well. This should fix the issue.

Plugged it in, it found it, if said loading drivers, it was done and I was good to go. This isnt a windows problem, so much as an issue with the google driver itself. Installing the chipset drivers are to be performed at your own risk.

Unfortunately, it doesn't work for me. Let me know if that works for you.

Any ideas to get this working? Why ask for help if you're not going to do what is recommended? Do you already have an account?

Trust me, I've already looked at it and fixed it. This can be really frustrating for you and I appreciate the efforts that you have put in.

Turn them all off, plug the phone in again and see what happens. No, create an account now.

Motorola Droid Phone - Win 7 Pro 64 bit - Will not connect

Windows 7 bit Doesn t See Droid X - Motorola Droid XDownload - Rockchip USB Driver for Windows XP Vista 7 8
Download Evercoss A7 USB Driver

You may ask the manufacturer for assistance. How satisfied are you with this response? We, at Microsoft strive towards excellence. Did this solve your problem? Try installing the drivers using the Compatibility Mode.

Then, I restarted my computer while my phone was plugged in, and it was finally recognized. How satisfied are you with this reply? The worst part was it had to be done each boot up. Then all of a sudden it stopped being recognized by the computer, no matter how many settings I changed on both the computer and phone.

Additionally, you may refer the steps suggested by Meghmala from the thread-. Everything's working great when I plug my phone in.

Exiled Android Enthusiast. Well, the Droid isn't the problem. The drive shown is long before Droid phone. If anyone is a Windows guru and knows what might be preventing it from seeing my Droid, sound blaster audigy es sb0160 drivers I'd appreciate any suggestions.

When I installed the Motorola drivers, it installed one device. Any ideas on how to get the drivers installed and up and running? The strange thing was that it decided to install the motorola software on my computer which I allowed.

With that keyboard, I was able to access the menu etc. Didn't know my mouse would not work to scroll the screens but the several Mini wireless keyboards I have it works. Did you install it manually?