TechKnow has released an updated version of Universal ADB drivers, now supporting more than 500 Android devices. If you have ever tried modifying the software on your phone, you know how important ADB is and how important installing the right drivers is.
Whatever you have tried to do with your phone, be it rooting or installing a custom firmware, ADB drivers are required. ADB means Android Debug Bridge. Basically, it lets your computer communicate and transfer files to your computer. Most of the times, you have to install the right ADB drivers for you phone.
You need to install the right version because not all are compatible with your device. TechKnow has come with a brilliant solution. It released the second version of Universal ADB drivers, supporting up to 522 phones. This means that once you download these drivers, you can use any device you want. It supports all popular smartphones, including the Galaxy S line, Galaxy Note line, Nexus, LG, Sony and HTC devices. There is a chance that it might work on other phones not mentioned on the list.
TechKnow’s Universal ADB drivers come at 8 MB in size and you can download them right now. The drivers come in a zip package for your convenience.
This will be the ultimate solution if you want to install a single package of ADB drivers and use any phone you want.