Platform-tools_r28.0.1-windows.zip - Google Drive
I had this problem suddenly crop up in Windows 7 with my Nexus One - somehow the USB drivers had been uninstalled. I ran android-sdk/SDK Manager.exe, checked Extras/Google USB Driver and installed it. Then I unplugged the phone and plugged it back in, and ran "adb devices" to confirm the phone was attached.
platform-tools_r28.0.1-windows.zip - Google Drive
I have a Droid 3 (Verizon). I went to Motorola here and found the driver for the device 'Motorola ADB Interface' which was showing in device manager. It's kind of a big download for just the driver, but during installation it found it and installed correctly.
On my Sony Xperia XZ1 Compact on Oreo I had to switch USB mode to MIDI to get it working. Only after this my Windows recognised Android ADB, however it couldn't autoinstall driver. I opened Device Manager and installed the Google USB Driver for the ADB.
Read the instructions below to manually install ADB and Fastboot drivers on Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8/8.1, Windows 10, Windows 11 32-bit or 64-bit operating systems. If you face any problems, confirm whether the latest mobile drivers are installed on your computer.
Developed by Snoop05, this is an all-in-one ADB installer tool for Android. As its name suggests, this tool installs ADB, Fastboot, and Google drivers on your computer within 15 seconds. All you need to do is launch this tool on your PC and follow the instructions given.
Shimp208, a recognized contributor from XDA developers, has compiled this setup wizard. Its primary purpose is to install ADB drivers without entering any keys like in the previous method. Besides, the total installation of Minimal ADB and Fastboot is around 2 MB in size, thus making it very lightweight.
Finally! This is how you can successfully install the ADB and Fastboot drivers on your Windows computer. If you encounter any difficulties or issues with the guide mentioned above, please comment below.
As we set system variables above for Java and Python, we do the same for Cassandra. Under the system, variable click on the NEW button and type CASSANDRA_HOME for Variable name. And then click on Variable value column and browse the directory to select the folder of Apache Cassandra we copied to C: drive in the above step.
Now double click on the Path Variable of System Variables and Click New then Browse the Apache Cassandra folder resided in C: drive and inside that select the bin folder. Click the OK button and then again the OK button to save the variables. 041b061a72