Just like we did for various HTC models and Sony Ericsson handsets, we have now started receiving questions related to the Samsung Android Composite ADB Interface. Well, this driver is no different than the other two company’s drivers. We repeatedly have mentioned this on our website but that does not mean we will not help out our visitors. Anyways, the Samsung Android Composite ADB Interface too is a debugging program or software. The Android Debugging Bridge (ADB) is the bridge or intermediary who connects the Android device and a personal computer with the help of an USB cable. It is through this USB that communication is administered and managed because carrying such tasks and operations on a small screen like that of a phone would be very hard to do. We will provide you with a set of instructions to download the Samsung Android Composite ADB Interface and what you should do in case the installation fails in between somewhere.
First and foremost, you need to download the latest version of the Java SE Software Development Kit (SDK). Make sure you choose the package that says Java Platform (JDK). The SDK is a development tool that programmers use to create any necessary software, hardware, system files and the like. Once you have downloaded the SDK from the internet, extract all of the content from the zip file onto the specified location: C:/AndroidSDK. You should check whether the USB Debugging System is activated throughout this because without it activated, you will not be able to get far in this process. And also, make sure that your phone is turned on through the whole process and that it is properly connected to the computer. Now that all the grounds have been established, you should now connect the device with computer. When you plug in the device, your Windows will start to install the drivers for the device itself. While that happens on the side, you should go to the “Start” button and run a search. In the search bar, type in CMD.exe to run the Command prompt. Assuming that the prompt has shown up, type in the following commands: cd/; cd/AndroidSDK/tools; adb devices. One thing to remember here is that all of these commands will be in a new line, and to start a new line you need to hit the “Enter” after each command. We are pretty much almost through with the Samsung Android Composite ADB Interface driver. By the time you are entering these commands and exiting, you will have completed the Samsung Android Composite ADB Interface installation. To verify this, you should be able to see your phone serial key.
If this is not the case, follow the following steps:
- Download the USBDeview on your PC.
- Keep your phone connected while you follow these steps. Open USBDeview once it finishes downloading. Sort the files and delete all the files that were pre-loaded.
- Unplug your phone and then plug it back so Windows can install the drivers automatically.
- Check the process of the installation now: Start – Device or Device Manager and click on the Android phone. Go further to the Hardware option and type: check for ADB interface.
- Your Samsung Android Composite ADB Interface has successfully been installed.