New Android ADB Interface Driver Spotted on Microsoft's Update Server

The new Samsung ADB Interface Driver is compatible with all of its Android phones

By on February 14th, 2013 08:34 GMT

Samsung’s most recent Android Debug Bridge (ADB) Interface Driver that was spotted on Microsoft’s Update Server, version 2.9.507.0, is compatible with all of its Android phones.

The ADB is a many-sided command line tool that helps manipulate Android powered devices in any way you want, and thus makes Samsung Kies App overrated.

It gives you the possibility to flash and restore the OS, and installs all the drivers needed to easily communicate with the device, like: Diagnostic Serial Port, Media Transfer Protocol, Remote NDIS based Internet Sharing, RMNET, Samsung Debug Bridge Driver, and many others.

To install the driver, right click on My Computer, choose Manage and go to Device Manager. Right click on the hardware device you want to update, choose Update Driver Software, then choose manually. Afterwards, you can browse to the downloaded driver.

This said, download the cab file by following the link below, and have fun with your Android device.

Samsung ADB Interface Driver 2.9.507.0 

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