Official Motorola Mobile Driver for Windows
Download Motorola USB Driver, made by Motorola. Motorola USB Drivers work perfectly with all Motorola devices running Android OS. Therefore, all lines of devices, new and old, are compatible with this latest Motorola USB Driver.
|Name||Motorola USB Driver|
|Type||USB Driver for Motorola Android Phones|
|Developer||Motorola Mobility., Ltd|
|File Size||5.93 MB|
|Supports||Microsoft Windows (32-bit and 64-bit)|
As you might know, Motorola released their first Motorola Smartphone, i.e., Motorola Cliq, back in November 2009. Since then, the Motorola devices have gained massive popularity worldwide.
The Android-based Motorola devices are compatible with the official ADB drivers. But in some cases, the ADB drivers fail to work when you try to flash or install Stock Firmware on the Motorola Devices or while writing or fixing the IMEI number on the device.
And to fix this, Motorola officially released the Motorola USB Driver for Windows that allows you to connect your Motorola Smartphone or Tablet to the computer. Once you have installed the Motorola USB Driver on the computer, you can easily connect the Motorola device to the computer.
It can be helpful if you are trying to transfer data from the Motorola device to the computer or from the computer to the Motorola device. You can also use it to sync the data between the computer and the Motorola device.
You can also use the Motorola USB Driver to update your device's OS. When the Motorola device is connected to the computer, a PC Suite application can easily allow you to update/upgrade the mobile OS.
Follow the guidelines below to install the Motorola USB Driver on the Windows Computer.
Generally, a USB driver for a mobile phone is a small utility that allows users to connect their mobile devices to computers. In this case, we are dealing with Motorola mobile devices. Application developers create mobile applications using a desktop computer, such as a Windows or Mac PC. It isn't easy to thoroughly test the software without installing it on a mobile device. Motorola USB Drivers make this possible for Motorola smartphones running Android OS.
The Motorola USB Driver for Motorola Android devices is available for all computers running on Windows OS, whether a Windows XP or the latest Windows 11. Both 32-bit and 64-bit computers are supported. Unfortunately, it is unavailable for Mac OS X computers or MacOS and Linux.
Yes. The Motorola USB Driver is 100% free since the Motorola community officially releases it for the Motorola Smartphone and Tablet users. Motorola device owners can find the exact Motorola drivers on the Motorola Support forums.
Yes. The Motorola USB Driver is 100% safe for the computer, laptop, and Motorola mobile. Furthermore, since the Motorola community officially releases the driver, it's 100% safe and secure to use on the computer.
There is no fixed schedule during which Motorola updates the USB drivers. Instead, updates are released to fix bugs and improve performance when needed. All updates come directly from Motorola.
You can install the Motorola USB Driver by downloading the .exe file and installing the driver on the Computer. The installation process is quite similar to the standard Windows Application. You can follow the How to install the Motorola Driver page to install the drivers correctly.
Motorola USB Drivers are explicitly designed for Motorola smartphones and tablets running on Google's Android operating system. The Motorola USB Driver fully supports all Motorola smartphones and tablets. It may or may not work for other devices.
No. The Motorola USB Driver does not require an active internet connection to be used on a Windows computer or a laptop. You can connect Motorola devices to the computer via a USB cable, so no Wi-Fi or Bluetooth connection is required.
No. Motorola USB Driver provides only the necessary system files, allowing your Motorola devices to communicate effectively with your computer. You cannot view the contents of your phone with the Motorola USB Driver. Once you have installed the Motorola Drivers on the computer, enable USB debugging on your Motorola device and connect it to the computer via a USB cable. Through Windows Explorer, you can view the device contents.
The Motorola USB Driver is designed to be installed on a Windows PC or a laptop to ensure seamless communication between your Motorola device and the Windows computer. But, of course, you need an Motorola device to work with a computer.
If you are looking for the Motorola Stock Firmware (ROM) for Motorola Smartphone and Tablets, then head over to Download Motorola Firmware (ROM) page.