Installing Guide Kindle Fire Driver for ADB USB
One of many good things about owning an Android-run device like the Kindle Fire is that you get to enjoy the plug and play function when connecting to a personal computer.
As a result, the device can actually be turned into a USB mass storage drive. Nonetheless, it’s unfortunate to learn that although normally installs the correct driver, you may actually need to install a Kindle Fire driver for Android Debug Bridge.
Because of this, there is a necessity to install adb USB driver so that one can talk to Kindle Fire from the personal computer. Doing so is actually a breeze but for those who just can’t do it by themselves, here’s a basic but complete guide:
However, we cannot begin with the installation without reminding you that you first need to download and install the Android SDK Development Environment. You will find so many links online. After you’re done downloading, you need to install the same together with the Google USB driver.
Step-By-Step Guide1). First of all, you have to connect using a USB cable your Kindle Fire to the computer.
2). Next, on your computer, find “Devices and Printers.” Look for your device names “Kindle." Double-click the said device.
3). Then after that, go to “Hardware” in one of the tabs and pick “Kindle” again. This time, you will see a yellow exclamation mark right beside it. Click on “Properties.”
4). If you’re finished, then proceed by finding another tab, this time look for “Details.” If you find it, go to “Property” and choose “Hardware IDs.”
5). At this point, just leave the window open.
6).Go to “Computer” and then look for this address:
C:\Program Files (x86)\Android\android-sdk\extras\google\usb_driver folder.
7). As soon as you locate this, find a file with a name “android_winusb.inf.” double-click and open with notepad. When the window appears, edit and insert three lines in [Google.NTx86] and [Google.NTamd64]:
- ;Kindle Fire
- %SingleAdbInterface% = USB_Install, USB\VID_1949&PID_0006
- %CompositeAdbInterface% = USB_Install, USB\VID_1949&PID_0006&MI_01
9). Next step is to find another address located at C:\Users\YourUserName\.android folder. Find the file “adb_usb.ini.” You have to use notepad and insert this line: 0×1949. Type it in, do not copy and paste. Save the file.
10). Go back to the Kindle property window and then search for the General Tab. At this point, choose “Update Driver.”
11). As you do this, you will be prompted, and you need to select “Browse my computer for drivers.” Next, pick the option where you need to locate and install driver manually.
12). Then, find another path using C:\Program Files (x86)\Android\android-sdk\extras\google\usb_driver folder.
13). Choose “install this driver anyway” when a prompt appears. After doing so, you’re finished installing!