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OnePlus 2 – USB Drivers

Are you struggling to connect your OnePlus 2 to your computer because it is not getting detected? While trying to root/flash stock ROM/Recovery or Flash Custom Recovery like TWRP/CWM or flash custom ROM on your OnePlus 2?

Then you are at the right place; here, we have shared OnePlus 2 USB Drivers. Download and install the latest USB Drivers to fix all issues.

As OnePlus 2 is an Android device, you do not need USB Drivers for simple tasks such as Transferring Photos, Videos, Files, USB Driver for that are already installed on your computer.

However, if you plan to do modifications like rooting, you need to download the USB Drivers.

OnePlus 2 was Released 2015, August with Android 5.1, up to 6.0.1, Oxygen 3.5.6 UI. It sports a 5.5" screen with a resolution of 1080x1920 pixels, and 16GB/64GB storage, no card slot, 3/4 RAM paired with Snapdragon 810, and a 3300mAh Li-Po Battery.

OnePlus 2 USB Drivers Download

There are different types of USB Drivers for every phone, and each serves another purpose. Read the information below drivers to find the correct one for your device.

ADB Drivers - For Rooting, Flashing, Debugging and more

Through ADB, we can control android devices by sending commands from the computer.

Download and install this USB Driver if you want to unlock the bootloader, root, flash custom/stock ROM or flash stock/custom recovery on your OnePlus 2.

Driver Name:Android USB Drivers
Package Name:google-usb-drivers.zip
Publisher:Google
Driver Size:8 MB
Installation Guide:Follow these Instructions
Download
The driver didn’t work? Try OEM Drivers.

OEM Drivers[Official] - For Unlocking, Rooting & Flashing

Download and install this USB Driver if you want to unlock the bootloader, root, flash custom/stock ROM or flash stock/custom recovery on your OnePlus 2.

Driver Name:OnePlus OEM USB Drivers
Package Name:oneplus_usb_drivers_setup.exe
Publisher:OnePlus
Driver Size:10.2 MB
Installation Guide:Follow these Instructions
Download
The driver didn’t work? Follow the Troubleshooting Guide.

How to Install OnePlus 2 USB Drivers

Installing OnePlus OEM USB Drivers

Installing OEM(Official) USB Drivers is relatively easy as it comes with an Installer. Most people would not need assistance; however, you can follow the steps below if you want.

  1. Download the driver from the link above.
  2. Locate the downloaded file and run the installer.
  3. Installation Window will pop up on your screen; choose “Next.”
  4. In the next screen, your region and language would be automatically selected; if it’s wrong, choose the correct one and click on the Next button.
  5. Select the Installation Directory and then click install. Done.

Installing OnePlus 2 ADB Drivers

  1. Download the driver from the link above and unzip.
  2. Press "Windows Button + R" simultaneously and then on the “Run” window, type “devmgmt.msc” and click the “OK” button. OnePlus 2 USB Drivers Installation Step One
  3. Select “DESKTOPXXX” or “LAPTOPXXX” and then click on “Action” and then select “Add legacy hardware.
  4. A new window will open, click “Next” and then choose the second option.
  5.  Choose “Show All Devices” and then click the “Next” button.
  6. Click on the “Have Disk” button, a new window will pop up on your screen.
  7. Click on the “Browser” button and then locate the driver’s folder that you unzipped in step one and then select “android_winusb.inf” and click the “Open” button.
  8. After the window closes, click on the “OK” button on the top right.
  9. Select “Android ADB Interface” and then click on the “Next” button.
  10. Now the driver is ready to be installed, click the “Next” button to install the driver finally.
  11. You will see “Android ADB Interface” under Android Device in Device Manager. Restart your computer and then plug in your smartphone.

Troubleshooting OnePlus 2 not detected by the computer

Here are the common fixes to try-

  1. Faulty USB Port - The USB Port might not be working; if you are on a desktop, try a USB Port from the back of your CPU.
  2. Faulty USB Cable - Try a different Cable.
  3. USB Port Jammed - Your Phone’s USB Port might be jammed, and therefore the cable is not able to make contact with your smartphone. Clean the port with a toothpick and try again.
If you tried all the above methods, the USB Port might be dead. Get it changed from an Authorized Service Center.

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