Tuesday, 29 September 2015

How to manually install spreadtrum drivers

This tutorial is for those of you sending me messages asking how to install Spreadtrum drivers on their PC so as to flash Sreadtrum phones or tablets like iTel, Gowin etc. 


For Spreadtrum driver with installer package click here
If the driver above did not solve your problem, then you will have to use the manual method I will be explaining below to install the drivers.
This method works for all Windows PC ( XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1 an 10 )




Download Spreadtrum manual install USB drivers from here
Extract the file downloaded from above.


Launch device manager on your PC using any of the methods below. 

  1. Goto My Compter (This PC) > Right Click and select Properties > click Device Manager. 
  2. Press windows button + R on keyboard and type devmgmt.msc then hit ENTER button

After launching device manager, Click on Action from the menu above and select Add legacy device


Click on Next on the Add hardware Wizard
Tick Install the hardware that I manually select from a list (Advance) and clcik Next


Select Show All devices and Click Next


Click Have Disk button
Then click Browse
Navigate to the folder containing the driver and select SciU2s.INF


SCI Android USB2Serial will be listed under Model
Click Next
Hardware to install SCI Android USB2Serial click Next


If windows security dialogue box appears, click Install this driver software anyway


Click Finish


You can now goto device manager and see it listed under Ports (COM & LPT) 


Now navigate to Local Disk > Users > Your Username > .android (sometimes this folder is hidden or even found in Documents)
open adb_usb with notepad 
type in 0x1782 (if it is not there) then save.

Now thats how to install your spreadtrum drivers manually.


When trying to flash any spreadtrum device, always hold volume down button so that it can be recognized easily by your PC.

8 comments:

  1. where is the link to download the driver

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  2. Where is the link to download the .PAC files

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  3. "Add legacy hardware" isn't available for XP .

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  4. There is no driver on that given link.. Its saying the file has been removed

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  5. i am not finding the drivers too

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