How to Manually Download & Install MT65xx (MediaTek) USB VCOMM drivers on Windows | WIKIBAN

13 July 2016

How to Manually Download & Install MT65xx (MediaTek) USB VCOMM drivers on Windows

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Installing a USB VCOMM drivers on windows is one of the most essential aspect in the process of flashing your Android MTK Device either by using SP Flashtool or any other flashing software because without the drivers in place you can't be able to connect your device successfully. Now in this guide i will like to discuss concisely on the method you will use to install USB Vcomm Drivers on your windows PC, had it been windows 7, 8, 8.1 or 10.

The installation process is much more simpler if you heed me your attention because it is the most initial step to take before proceeding to repair your device by sp flashtool or similar software in question.

Download+Guide on How to manually install MT65xx (MediaTek) USB VCOM drivers on Windows

Make sure you have a good working pc and your device with a good USB Cord to proceed with the installation but before you begin download the USB VCOMM Drivers HERE

How to Install Vcomm Drivers on windows PC


After initially downloading the software, now extract the software on your PC


Now simply go to control panel and open device manager

Click any of the device groups (any of the items on the list) you see there, then from Action menu at the top, select Add legacy hardware

the Hardware wizard will pop, click next

Select Install the hardware that I manually select from a list (Advanced) and click Next

Click Next
Click Have Disk
Click Browse and go to where you extract the file you downloaded above... and locate your driver's .inf file then select it (the .inf you're to select is located in drivers > USB Vcom driver > your OS) .
* Ensure to select the 64 bit .inf if your PC is 64 bit and the other if your PC is a 32 bit PC
* If you're using a Windows 8 PC then install the Windows 7 drivers

Click Open and OK. You will see the drivers listed
Select your driver there (select Mediatek Preloader USB VCOM Port)  then Click Next
Click Next

Click Finish. Ignore the Code 10 error. You're getting it because you have installed an unsigned driver
Your drivers should now appear on the list. Ignore the yellow warning triangle. You're getting it because you have installed an unsigned driver
NB:If SP flash tool or other software still don't detect your phone then also install Mediatek DA VCOM (consider installing more from the list of drivers one at a time if need be) If you get the code 10 error after the installation, simply ignore it and proceed with SP flash tool. You're only getting that error because the driver is not digitally signed.
READ ALSO Another important notice for windows 8, 8.1, 10 users you need to disable driver signature verification for this to work smoothly. Here is how to do so


How to Disable Driver Signature verification on windows 7, 8 and 10

Take note that even if you don't disable your driver signature verification, this will work but it will always be asking for confirmation as its in the above photo but to get rid of the confirmation, here is how to disable it.


Windows 7


1. Hit the Win+R keys together to open the run dialog
2. Type gpedit.msc to open the local groups policy
editor
3. Expand ‘Administrative Templates’ (it’s under ‘User Configuration’)
4. Expand ‘System’. Click ‘driver Installation
5. In the right panel, double click on ‘Code Signing for Device Drivers
6. Choose ‘Enabled’ in the window that appears.
7. In the underlying options, choose ‘Ignore
8. This disables drivers signing in Windows 7, and now you can install unsigned drivers in Windows 7.
9. Click Apply, OK. Restart your computer to install
unsigned drivers


Windows 8 


1. Hold down the Windows key on your keyboard and press the letter C to open the Charm menu, then click the gear icon (Settings )
2. Click More PC Settings
3. Click General
4. Under Advanced Startup , click Restart Now

Note: In Windows 8.1, the ‘Restart Now’ button has moved to ‘PC Setting -> Update & Recovery -> Recovery.’

5. After restarting, click Troubleshoot
6. Click Advanced options
7. Click Windows Startup Settings
8. Click Restart
9. After restarting your computer a second time,
choose Disable driver signature enforcement
from the list by typing the number 7 on your Keyboard Your computer will restart automatically.
10. After restarting, you will be able to Install
unsigned drivers normally; however, Windows
will display a warning message. When the
warning appears, click Install this driver
software anyway.


Windows 10 and 8.1


1. In Windows go to PC settings (you can search for it in Start Menu).
2. Click on “Update & recovery” on the left side.
3. Click on “Recovery” on the left side.
4. Click “Restart Now” button under Advanced startup.
5. Click on Troubleshoot
6. Click on Advanced setup
7. Click on Startup Settings
8. Click on Restart
9. After restarting, choose Disable driver signature enforcement from the list by pressing key 7 on your Keyboard Your computer will restart automatically.
10. After restarting, you will be able to Install
unsigned drivers normally; however, Windows
will display a warning message. When the
warning appears, click Install this driver
software anyway.


Now you have successfully disable driver signature verification and you can install the Vcomm drivers sucessfully without hindrance.

READ ALSO: How to flash your Android phone using SP Flashtool

 

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