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[Tutorial] How to manually install MT65xx (MediaTek) USB VCOM drivers on Windows
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(This post was last modified:02-15-2017, 05:12 PM by X3non. )

Requirement

1. Download MediaTek USB VCOM drivers 
2. Download USB Deview ( 32 bit here : 64 bit here )

Important notice for windows 7, 8, 8.1 and 10 PC users 

You need to disable drivers signature verification for this to work smoothly, see http://forum.hovatek.com/thread-752.html for the procedure 

Note

If you have access to a working phone of the same model then remove the battery from the working phone and connect to PC via USB cord. Mediatek preloader VCOM drivers should be automatically installed so you can skip the rest of this guide. Proceed if automatic installation doesn't work

Procedure

# See the video tutorial below or @ http://youtu.be/sADkzyI8Z5Q





1. Install USBDeview and use it to uninstall all Vcom, Mediatek and Preloader drivers (see https://forum.hovatek.com/thread-7660.html )
1b. Extract the contents of the Mediatek USB VCOM file above

[Image: how-to-install-mediatek-mt65xx-mtk-drivers-1.jpg]

2. In Windows, go to Control Panel and open Device Manager

[Image: how-to-install-mediatek-mt65xx-mtk-drivers-2.jpg]

3. Click any of the device groups (any of the items on the list) you see there, then from Action menu at the top, select Add legacy hardware

[Image: how-to-install-mediatek-mt65xx-mtk-drivers-3.jpg]

4. The Add hardware wizard will be launched, click Next

[Image: how-to-install-mediatek-mt65xx-mtk-drivers-4.jpg]

5. Select Install the hardware that I manually select from a list (Advanced) and click Next

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6. Click Next

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6b. Click Have Disk...

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7. Click Browse... and locate your driver's .inf file then select it (the .inf you're to select is located in drivers > USB Vcom driver > your OS) .
* Ensure to select the 64 bit .inf if your PC is 64 bit and the other if your PC is a 32 bit PC
* If you're using a Windows 8 PC then install the Windows 7 drivers

[Image: how-to-install-mediatek-mt65xx-mtk-drivers-81.jpg]

8. Click Open and OK. You will see the drivers listed

[Image: how-to-install-mediatek-mt65xx-usb-drivers-17.jpg]

9. Select your driver there (select Mediatek Preloader USB VCOM Port)  then Click Next

[Image: how-to-install-mediatek-mt65xx-drivers-14.jpg]

9b. Click Next

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10. Click Finish. Ignore the Code 10 error. You're getting it because you have installed an unsigned driver

[Image: how-to-install-mediatek-mt65xx-drivers-16.jpg]

10b. Your drivers should now appear on the list. Ignore the yellow warning triangle. You're getting it because you have installed an unsigned driver

[Image: how-to-install-mediatek-mt65xx-mtk-drivers-13.jpg]

Note

* If SP flash tool or other software still dont detect your phone then also install Mediatek DA VCOM (consider installing more from the list of drivers one at a time if need be  )
* If you get the code 10 error after the installation, simply ignore it and proceed with SP flash tool. You're only getting that error because the driver is not digitally signed.




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#2
were do I click to download the driver, the link just listed the drivers and their size but I don't see any tin like download.
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(08-16-2014, 09:05 PM)Cornel Wrote: were do I click to download the driver, the link just listed the drivers and their size but I don't see any tin like download.

Try the link in the guide. you're trying a wrong link
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pls can u send it to my gmail account bcos I have trid it several tyms enen wit ucweb. [email protected]
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(08-17-2014, 07:45 AM)Cornel Wrote: pls can u send it to my gmail account bcos I have trid it several tyms enen wit ucweb. [email protected]

Updated. Try the link again. password when extracting is Hovatek
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tanx a lot the m3 is now ok
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(This post was last modified:09-10-2014, 09:49 PM by Slimzzy. Edit Reason: correcting )
(08-03-2014, 01:13 PM)hovatek Wrote: 1. Download MediaTek USB VCOM drivers @ http://hovatek.com/redirect.php?link=htt...sp=sharing
1b. Extract the contents of the file above ( The Password when extracting is Hovatek )
2. In Windows, go to Control Panel and open Device Manager
3. Click any of the device groups you see there From Action menu, select Add legacy hardware
4. Add hardware wizard will be opened, click next
5. Select Install the hardware that I manually select from a list (Advanced)
6. Click next two times and click Have Disk button
7. Click browse and find where your driver's .inf file is, then select it (the .inf you'll select is located in drivers > USB Vcom driver > your OS) . Ensure to select the 64 bit .inf if your PC is 64 bit
8. Click Open and OK. You will see the drivers listed.
9. Select your driver there (select Mediatek preloader usb vcom port)
10. Click Next and finish installing.

PHONE STILL NOT RECOGNISED AFTER PROCESS. . . .I THINK IT HAS SOMETHING TO DO WITH THE ERROR CODES IN [email protected] .


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(This post was last modified:09-10-2014, 10:20 PM by hovatek. )
(09-10-2014, 09:26 PM)Slimzzy Wrote: PHONE STILL NOT RECOGNISED AFTER PROCESS. . . .I THINK IT HAS SOMETHING TO DO WITH THE ERROR CODES IN [email protected] .

if you'd downloaded it from our link then that shouldn't be a problem. it worked fine for others. you still haven't mentioned the error code
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(09-10-2014, 10:19 PM)hovatek Wrote:
(09-10-2014, 09:26 PM)Slimzzy Wrote: PHONE STILL NOT RECOGNISED AFTER PROCESS. . . .I THINK IT HAS SOMETHING TO DO WITH THE ERROR CODES IN [email protected] .

if you'd downloaded it from our link then that shouldn't be a problem. it worked fine for others. you still haven't mentioned the error code

LUK AT THE IMAGE IN MA POST. .I TOOK A SCREENSHOT TO EXPLAIN BETTER.
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(09-11-2014, 12:14 AM)Slimzzy Wrote: LUK AT THE IMAGE IN MA POST. .I TOOK A SCREENSHOT TO EXPLAIN BETTER.

What OS is your PC running on? and is it 32 or 64 bit?
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