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Windows 10 MTK VCOM USB Drivers for 32 & 64 bit + Driver install tutorial

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    To determine the version of Windows 10 that you have (32 bit or 64 bit):

    - Right-click on Start then click on System
    - In the System window that opens, in System section, you will find your version of Windows next to System type

    To disable Windows 10 64 bit driver signature enforcement:
    - On your 64 bit Windows 10 desktop click on Start then on Settings
    - Click on Update & security then in the left pane click on Recovery
    - Under Advanced startup click on Restart now button
    - Click on Troubleshoot then on Advanced options
    - Click on Startup Settings then on Restart button
    - The computer will restart with the Startup Settings screen
    - To disable the driver signature enforcement until next restart press on number key 7 or F7 on your keyboard.
    - After restart you can proceed with the unsigned MTK drivers installation for your 64 bit Windows
    - After you install the unsigned drivers, to use them again in the future, you have to repeat this procedure

    To install the MTK VCOM USB Drivers on 32 & 64 bit Windows 10:

    - Download the drivers *.zip archive and extract the folder from inside on to the desktop:
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    Right-click on Start then click on Device Manager

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    In the Device Manager Window click on the first item – your computer name

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    Click on Action then Add legacy hardware

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    On the Welcome to the Add hardware Wizard window click on Next button

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    Select Install the hardware that I manually select from a list (Advanced) and then click on Next button

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    Click on Show All Devices then on Next button

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    In the Add Hardware window click on Have Disk… button

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    In the Install From Disk windows click on Browse… button
    In the next window – Locate file – browse for the folder that you have extracted on the desktop at the beginning

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    Select the version of the driver according to your Windows 10 version – x64 for 64 bit and x86 for 32 bit and click Open button

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    Click the OK button to load the driver

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    From the list of drivers select MTK USB Port and click on Next button

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    If a red warning window will open, click on Install this driver software anyway

    This action will add the following drivers in to the operating system:

    - MediaTek DA USB VCOM Port
    - MediaTek PreLoader USB VCOM Port – for transferring the firmware to your device
    - MTK USB DEBUG Port
    - MTK USB Modem Port
    - MTK USB port – for transfering PreLoader to your device (and recovery in case of bad or corrupt firmware)

    Now we need to remove the device that we have installed but leave the drivers in the operating system.
    To do that, in the Device Manager window we expand Ports (COM & LPT) section

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    Right-click and click Uninstall on the MTK USB Port

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    - In the Confirm Device Uninstall window make sure that the box Delete the driver software for this device is empty
    - You need to leave the drivers in the operating system and only remove the device that you added
    - Click on the OK button to finalise

    Now, when you will connect your turned off MTK device to the Windows 10 computer by USB, the device will be recognized either trough a MediaTek Preloader USB VCOM Port interface or as a MTK USB port if it is bricked or it has bad/corrupt firmware. The SP Flash Tool will be able to transfer the firmware to your device trough this interfaces. Make sure you connect the device after you press the Download button in SP Flash Tool, as the communication interface will only be alive for 2 seconds if no data is being sent.

    source - xda

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