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Official ZTE USB Drivers

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ZTE have posted drivers for the R750 which shares at least part of the same kernel as the Sanfrancisco so th USB drivers work for both!

I have tested these drivers on Windows XP and they also support dialup tethered internet sharing :rolleyes: No fastboot though.

Drivers

http://www.zte.com.cn/cn/products/mobile/s...390852017152.7z

NB you might have to move the installation exe to another folder without strange characters.

To use dialup, create a new internet connection using a modem, select the ZTE modem, put the number as *99# no password/userid etc and away you go. (guide http://docs.google.com/viewer?a=v&q=ca...QbPgLYD0PIdcHA)

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these work a treat on xp thanx m8

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Sweet. Thanks!

Mods - can this be pinned?

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Sweet. Thanks!

Mods - can this be pinned?

Pinned :rolleyes:

Best regards,

BB

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ZTE have posted drivers for the R750 which shares at least part of the same kernel as the Sanfrancisco so th USB drivers work for both!

I have tested these drivers on Windows XP and they also support dialup tethered internet sharing :rolleyes: No fastboot though.

Drivers

http://www.zte.com.cn/cn/products/mobile/s...390852017152.7z

NB you might have to move the installation exe to another folder without strange characters.

To use dialup, create a new internet connection using a modem, select the ZTE modem, put the number as *99# no password/userid etc and away you go. (guide http://docs.google.com/viewer?a=v&q=ca...QbPgLYD0PIdcHA)

Thanks but can you get ahold of the x64 driver for Windows7

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Could you give idiot proof instructions. I can download the file which ends in .7z. What happens next? Using Windows 7

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Could you give idiot proof instructions. I can download the file which ends in .7z. What happens next? Using Windows 7

*.7z archive -> 7zip (try it with winrar, otherwise you have to download 7zip for free)

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ZTE have posted drivers for the R750 which shares at least part of the same kernel as the Sanfrancisco so th USB drivers work for both!

I have tested these drivers on Windows XP and they also support dialup tethered internet sharing :rolleyes: No fastboot though.

Drivers

http://www.zte.com.cn/cn/products/mobile/s...390852017152.7z

NB you might have to move the installation exe to another folder without strange characters.

To use dialup, create a new internet connection using a modem, select the ZTE modem, put the number as *99# no password/userid etc and away you go. (guide http://docs.google.com/viewer?a=v&q=ca...QbPgLYD0PIdcHA)

I am using Win7 since launch day is that any oficial driver compatible with win7? any other zte blade related software from company?

Urvish

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Hello,

I've got an 404 error with the link... Somebody can uploads it on the forum or on megaupload ?

Tkanks a lot,

Gaetan

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that's source code, not usb drivers

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Sweet!

That makes stuff a lot easier

I was able to download it from the link above quick as a flash - if needed I can upload it somewhere else but it really doesn't strike me as a slow download as it stands...

Let me know if you struggle

btw, as per the NB, I did find I couldn't use the installer until I'd copied it to a folder without any Kanji in the name

Also, I'm using Vista

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I am using Win7 since launch day is that any oficial driver compatible with win7? any other zte blade related software from company?

Urvish

I just installed it on Windows 7. Worked smothly. Haven't tested them yet, will do when I get my SF in a few days I hope...

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I just installed it on Windows 7. Worked smothly. Haven't tested them yet, will do when I get my SF in a few days I hope...

Then the problem is x64 setup. Any information about where to find x64 drivers?

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It installed OK for me on Win 7 x64. Did you run the registry file first?

I already had drivers installed from elsewhere on this forum though so whether the drivers themselves are any good for Win 7 64 I dunno. But it did install.

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It installed OK for me on Win 7 x64. Did you run the registry file first?

I already had drivers installed from elsewhere on this forum though so whether the drivers themselves are any good for Win 7 64 I dunno. But it did install.

Thank you for you reply! Will try to first get other drivers installed and then try these and se if it helps.

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Run time error for me.

Using Win7 64bit

I've never actually mananged to get drivers working for for the SF, I can mount & see the mem card but cant get the phone to connect.

This is one of the main reasons i'm stuck on the original ROM

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Run time error for me.

Using Win7 64bit

I've never actually mananged to get drivers working for for the SF, I can mount & see the mem card but cant get the phone to connect.

This is one of the main reasons i'm stuck on the original ROM

have you tried it with the usb driver from the android sdk r7?

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wheres can i find those?

Is there a definitive Win7 64 bit driver for the SF? All the ones i,ve tried dont work!

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Run time error for me.

Using Win7 64bit

I've never actually mananged to get drivers working for for the SF, I can mount & see the mem card but cant get the phone to connect.

This is one of the main reasons i'm stuck on the original ROM

did you rename the folder of the unzipped driver?

I got the run time error with these chinese symbols in the folder name. after changing the folder name it worked for me.

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ahhh.. cheers for that, got them installed now. We try linking the phone later as i've left my USB lead upstairs.

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nah - still not working.

When i plug my SF into my laptop i just get a 'Unknown Device' error message. It seems that no matter what driver i use i cant get it to work!!

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nah - still not working.

When i plug my SF into my laptop i just get a 'Unknown Device' error message. It seems that no matter what driver i use i cant get it to work!!

have you tried an alternative usb-port?

i had the same problem using a usb2.0 pci-card. then i tried it at one of those onboard usb ports and it worked

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Hi there.....tried those drivers with no luck whatsoever. :rolleyes: Been trying different drivers/methods from this and other forums with no luck. Running Win 7/64 and Win XP. At least I can mount the SD-card......but would like to put a custom-ROM on it, is it possible without functional drivers? -Ahhh, finally does it work!! Downloaded some more drivers and woila!

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^^^ which drivers?? A link would be nice!!!

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