Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Allwinner A10 ADB-Drivers

Apparently some people are having difficulties installing the ADB-drivers for their Allwinner A10 tablets, here are some drivers for 32 and 64 bits.

Allwinner A10 Drivers

Other source: 32bit and 64bit drivers

12 comments:

  1. I have downloaded the drivers, but now don't know what to do they are just read me txt

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  2. Many do not know how to actually use these drivers ..me included. Colonel ..please give us some info on this.
    Thanks.

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    1. I WISH I could write a general instruction but I can't :-( The best thing to do is to google "how to install a driver", I only have Vista 32bit at home, so I really can't tell you how it's done with any other windows versions :-(

      It usually starts in the windows device manager where an unknown device is listed and from there you somwhow point windows to drivers from this download.

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    2. The drivers are unsigned.To install them you have to restart win7 or 8 in another mode. see http://www.craftedge.com/tutorials/driver_install_windows8/driver_install_win8.html

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  3. thank you colonelzap..
    the driver works
    really hard to find it ...thanks for sharing it..

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  4. Thanks a lot, you made my day! I was searching for drivers from time to time, with no luck. And now here it is!

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  5. adb works now thank you!! now, can you help me getting this a10 tablet pc into recovery mode? really need some info on this. adb reboot recovery just reboots it

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  6. Can somebody please tell me what to do wth these drivers? I'm happy that I have them, but cannot use them!! I have windows 7 32-bit. Please please please help. I need to swap the extsd and sdcard mounts but need the adb!!

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  7. On Windows XP plug in the device and a window will pop up saying found new hardware, select no not this time and click next. On the next screen select install from list or specific location and click next. On the next screen select include this location in the search and browse for where the folder containing the drivers are located, click ok and click next. Windows will then install the drivers.

    On Windows 7/Vista it usually finds a driver and sets it once you've plugged a device in. After you have plugged it in, click start, right click on computers and select manage. On the left sidebar of the next screen select device manager, then on the next screen find the device you wish to install the drivers for, right click it and select Update Driver Software. On the next screen select Browse My Computer For Driver Software, on the next screen click browse and find the folder the drivers are in, then click next and Windows will install the drivers for you.

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  8. Getting a tablet into recovery mode usually requires you to first switch it off, then plug it into the computer. Then before it switches itself back on again, hold down a random key like the volume button and press the power button until you hear the computer tell you it's on, you may have to press the power button 5 to 10 times. Note don't hold onto the power button as if switching it on normally, you have to press and let go, press and let go and so forth.

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  9. Thanks colonel for the adb drivers. baiju

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