Download HTC ONE M7 Drivers for Windows (USB + ADB)

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Couldn’t connect your HTC One M7 to your PC? Well, you’ve come to the right place. Getting the proper drivers installed on your PC is no biggie mostly, specially with Windows 7 and 8. But sometimes in some weird cases, things begin to get annoying when your computer just won’t let your device to connect. And at such times all you need is a webpage like this, with download links to proper driver files and a few troubleshooting tips.

   Download HTC One M7 drivers for Windows

 icon-file-o HTC ONE M7 DRIVER

DOWNLOAD LINK  |  File name: HTC_Driver_4.10.0.001.exe (17 MB)

 icon-file-o HTC BMP USB DRIVER

32-bit  |  64-bit

HTC One M7 Drivers Installation

NOTE: Delete any previously installed drivers for HTC One M7 from your PC before installing the new drivers.

  1. Run the “HTC_Driver_4.10.0.001.exe” file you downloaded above and follow the on-screen installation instructions to install the driver
  2. Similarly, install HTC BMP USB Driver file suitable for your installation of Windows (32-bit or 64-bit? Check in “My computer” properties)
  3. Once you’ve installed both the driver files, connect your HTC One M7 to your computer. It should connect properly now.
    └ In case it still doesn’t connects, try restarting your PC.
 icon-terminal TROUBLESHOOTING TIPS
  • Connect your phone to other USB ports on your computer
  • Try different USB cables. The original cable that came with your phone should work best, if not — try any other cable that’s new and of good quality
  • Reboot computer
  • Try on a different computer

Hope this solves your trouble! Let us know in comments below..

4 Comment

  1. cooldd463 says: Reply

    i’m currently downloading this and about to see how it works. I bought a bricked HTC one off a friend and i’m about to hopefully get it up and running again 🙂

  2. Nicolas says: Reply

    Was really hoping this would work. After 2days of trying everything I found online, I’m still stuck with a phone that doesn’t have Gapps :/

  3. Chino says: Reply

    I run the HTC_Driver(…).exe, but nothing happens. I’ve also tried to run it as administrator, but it doesn’t open any installation window.

  4. KevMo says: Reply

    If the phone doesn’t show up as an ADB device, go into developers options on the phone and toggle the USB debugging off and then back on. This has burned me many times. I have finally made note of it in Evernote. 🙂

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