Today we are going to download and install the Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 USB Driver that will solve your mobile functions issues. So, guys! let’s begin!.
If you want to connect your mobile to a computer via data transfer. You must install these USB Driver on your computer device And also install official ROM, Custom ROM, back up, or restore and retrieve data. ADB USB Driver is compatible with all the Flash Tool, and the ADB Driver can be useful to establish a connection between the mobile and the computer.
How to download Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 USB Driver?
- First of all, download the file for your suitable mobile.
- Pick up a USB cable, because a USB cable is very important for connecting to a PC or laptop.
- This USB Driver will enable you to join your phone to a PC whether a smartphone or tablet.
- After connecting that.
- Computer will show you the device via a USB Port.
- To shift files, data, backup, etc, to your PC from your mobile.
- After taking a backup, you will be able to update your mobile.
Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 Driver (official)
|Driver Name||Samsung Driver|
|File Size||19.58 MB|
|USB Driver link||Download NOW|
|How to intall||Follow Complete Guideline|
Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 ADB Driver
Driver Size8.27 MB
|Driver Name||Android ADB Driver|
|ADB Driver link||Download NOW|
|How to install||Follow Complete Guideline|
How you can install the ADB Driver for your Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 USB Driver?
Let’s get started!
- Download and extract Android ADB Driver (.inf based) on your Computer. If you have already downloaded and extracted this driver, then you can skip this step.
- Open Device Manager on the Computer. To quickly open press the Win + R key from your keyboard and type this devmgmt.msc and then click on OK Button:
- Once the Device Manager is Launched, then Click on the Computer Name you can see the name below image:
- Now Click on the Action Menu and Select the second one that is Add Legacy Hardware option:
- Under Add hardware Dialog Box, just Click on Next Button:
- Tick on second one checkbox Install the hardware that I manually select from a list and click on the Next Button:
- Click on the Next Button:
- After that Click on the Have Disk Button:
- Click on the Browse Button:
- Locate the .inf file from your computer (the .inf file can see in your extracted driver folder).
- Click on the OK Button:
- Click on the Next button:
- One more time Click on the Next button:
- Click on the Finish button to complete the installation process (please ignore Code 10: it will be gone post restarting the computer).
- Your Driver is listed in the Device Manager.