In order to be able to transfer data from or to an Android smartphone in Windows 11, the appropriate USB device drivers must be installed. Usually these are installed automatically after plugging in the USB cable, but sometimes you may have to add them to the operating system yourself.

Mostly this happens when the driver is defective and the USB driver does not work properly.

Below, we would like to explain how to install or update Android USB driver on Windows 11 so that you can connect your smartphone, such as a Samsung Galaxy without any problems.

How to update and install Android USB driver on Windows 11

Smartphone connected to Windows 11 computer1. Open Device Manager by typing this in the bottom left of the Windows search bar.

2. Go to USB Controller. If there is a problem with the driver, it should be marked with a yellow highlight.

3. Right-click on the driver and select "Update Driver Software".

The latest version of the Android USB driver can be downloaded for free and installed on Windows computers. You can find the download here.

Select "Browse my PC for driver software" and then select the location of the previously downloaded driver.

This will now be installed on your Windows 11 PC. You can then easily connect your Android smartphone to your Windows 11 laptop or PC.


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