Amazon USB Driver / ADB For Windows and Mac

Amazon USB Driver / ADB For All Amazon Smartphone Models

Do you use an Android smartphone or tablet? Do you want to connect your Android device to a computer to transfer data? Well, then you have to download the Amazon or ADB USB driver and install it on your computer. Because, Amazon does not offer PC Suite Applications.

Installing a USB driver is the only way to connect your Amazon device with a PC or Laptop.

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Connect Your Tablet to Your Computer ON WINDOWS

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Perform the following steps if your development computer runs Windows.

  1. Connect your Fire tablet to a USB port on your development computer.
  2. In the “Allow USB debugging?” dialog, on the tablet, tap “OK”.
  3. From Start, click “Control Panel”, and then select “Device Manager”.
  4. In Device Manager, under “Fire”, verify that the device appears as “Android Composite ADB Interface”.Your Fire tablet should display only as a Portable Device. If your Device Manager shows a second Fire device with a yellow alert sign (under Other Devices), your computer is listing Amazon’s unrecognized ADB module as a separate device. To fix this issue:
    1. Right-click the Fire device under Other Devices, and select Properties to open the Properties window.
    2. On the “Driver” tab of the Properties window, select “Update Driver…”
    3. Choose to browse for the driver software, then navigate to “Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer > Show All Devices > Have Disk”.
    4. Navigate to the folder where you installed the Amazon driver, typically “C:\Program Files (x86)\Amazon.com\Kindle Fire\Drivers".
    5. From the returned results, select Android Composite ADB Interface.
    6. Ignore the warning regarding installing drivers and proceed.You should now correctly see your Fire tablet with the ADB driver installed.
  5. From the Start menu, open a cmd prompt, and navigate to the directory where your Android SDK platform tools are installed, which if you are using the default location, should be similar to “C:\Users\<user_name>\AppData\Local\Android\sdk\platform-tools".
  6. Verify that your device is detected by typing the following command:
    adb devices  
    

    The command should return your device’s serial number. If it does not return the serial number, try the following steps:

    1. Navigate to your Android SDK tools directory.
    2. Run the following command:
      android update adb
      
    3. Go back to your Android SDK platform-tools directory.
    4. Run the following commands:
      adb kill-server  
      adb start-server  
      adb devices
      

 

Connect Your Tablet to Your Computer ON MAC

Option 1 – Using Homebrew

This is the easiest way and will provide automatic updates.

  1. Install homebrew
    ruby -e "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Homebrew/install/master/install)"
  2. Install adb
    brew cask install android-platform-tools
  3. Start using adb
    adb devices

Perform the following steps if your development computer runs OS X.

  1. Connect your Fire tablet to a USB port on your development computer.
  2. In the “Allow USB debugging?” dialog, on the tablet, tap “OK”.
  3. Open a terminal shell and navigate to your Android SDK “tools" directory.
  4. Run the following command to update ADB.
    ./android update adb
    
  5. In the terminal shell, navigate to your Android SDK platform-tools directory.
  6. Run the following commands and confirm that the serial number for your Kindle Fire tablet appears in the list of devices.
    ./adb kill-server
    ./adb start-server
    ./adb devices

Option 2 – Manually (just the platform tools)

This is the easiest way to get a manual installation of ADB and Fastboot.

  1. Delete your old installation (optional)
    rm -rf ~/.android-sdk-macosx/
  2. Navigate to “https://developer.android.com/studio/releases/platform-tools.html” and click on the “SDK Platform-Tools for Mac"
  3. link.
  4. Go to your Downloads folder
    cd ~/Downloads/
  5. Unzip the tools you downloaded
    unzip platform-tools-latest*.zip 
  6. Move them somewhere you won’t accidentally delete them
    mkdir ~/.android-sdk-macosx
    mv platform-tools/ ~/.android-sdk-macosx/platform-tools
  7. Add platform-tools to your path
    echo 'export PATH=$PATH:~/.android-sdk-macosx/platform-tools/' >> ~/.bash_profile
  8. Refresh your bash profile (or restart your terminal app)
    source ~/.bash_profile
  9. Start using adb
    adb devices

Option 3 – Manually (with SDK Manager)

  1. Delete your old installation (optional)
    rm -rf ~/.android-sdk-macosx/
  2. Download the Mac SDK Tools from the Android developer site under “Get just the command line tools”. Make sure you save them to your Downloads folder.
  3. Go to your Downloads folder
    cd ~/Downloads/
  4. Unzip the tools you downloaded
    unzip tools_r*-macosx.zip 
  5. Move them somewhere you won’t accidentally delete them
    mkdir ~/.android-sdk-macosx
    mv tools/ ~/.android-sdk-macosx/tools
  6. Run the SDK Manager
    sh ~/.android-sdk-macosx/tools/android
  7. Uncheck everything but Android SDK Platform-tools (optional)

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  1. Click “Install Packages", accept licenses, click “Install". Close the SDK Manager window.

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  1. Add “platform-tools" to your path
    echo 'export PATH=$PATH:~/.android-sdk-macosx/platform-tools/' >> ~/.bash_profile
  2. Refresh your bash profile (or restart your terminal app)
    source ~/.bash_profile
  3. Start using adb
    adb devices

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