Movea Port Devices Driver

This issue is caused when Microsoft Windows does not properly detect the chipset or videodisplay.

  1. Movea Port Devices Driver

On Windows 10, a device driver is an essential piece of code, which allows the system to interact with a specific hardware (such as graphics card, storage driver, network adapter, Bluetooth, etc. Jun 09, 2020 First, try some basic steps to fix MTP driver: Switch USB Ports: Most of the USB port switching process might be work, so first switch one USB port to another USB port. Restart the Computer: Sometimes Windows doesn’t recognize the driver properly. So restart your computer. Change USB cable: Sometimes USB cable doesn’t work with some device.

How to Backup and Restore Device Drivers in Windows 10 If you clean install Windows, you will need to install drivers for each device in the system. Some of these device drivers may no longer be available from the manufacturer, or you misplaced a backup of the driver installation file from the manufacturer. USB Role-Switch driver bring-up is only required for devices that have a Dual Role controller that assumes both Host and Function roles. To bring-up the USB Role-Switch driver, you need to modify the ACPI tables to enable the Microsoft in-box USB role-switch driver. For more information, see the guidance for bringing up the USB Role Switch Driver.

Corrupt or missing motherboard or chipset drivers

Download and install the latest chipset and video card drivers. If you or someone you know built your computer, it came with the motherboard CD. This CD contains the chipset drivers. Otherwise, you can find drivers for all the major chipsets on our motherboard drivers page.

Corrupt or missing video card drivers

If installing the latest chipset or motherboard drivers doesn't resolve your issue, make sure you have the latest drivers installed for your video card. For a listing of video card drivers, see our video card drivers page.

Other PCI device that Windows cannot identify

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If you tried the above two steps and your Windows Device Manager still contains an Unknown PCI device, likely the device cannot be identified.

If you that the device not being identified is installed, we suggest you obtain the latest drivers for that device. A listing of drivers is on our drivers page.

If you have recently finished installing or reinstalling Windows onto the computer and are getting the unknown PCI device, we suggest you manually identify the PCI device through the registry.

Additional information

  • See the PCI and drivers definition for further information and related links.

The new Intel Android* USB Driver package 1. 10.0 that supports Windows* 10 is available for download at the Intel Developer Zone. It enables you to connect your Windows*-based machine to your Android* device that contains an Intel® Atom™ processor inside. This includes the latest Intel® Atom™ x3 and x5 processor families (SoFIA devices are not supported in this version) and supported host systems with Windows* 10 (32/64-bit) and Android devices including those with Android* 5.x – Lollipop.

USB drivers for Android devices are platform-specific, and there is no guarantee that this Intel USB driver will work for every OEM device. Since most OEMs develop the USB driver for all devices that they sell, we recommend that you also check out the Android* OEM USB driver page that lists the OEM drivers.

This installation instructions document will guide you through installing the Intel® Android* USB Driver package which will enable you to connect your Windows* based machine to your Android device that contains an Intel® Atom™ processor inside.

Supported USB profiles

After installing the USB driver package, plug in your Android* device to your computer using your micro-USB to USB cable. The following are the supported USB profiles via the Intel Android USB Driver package:

  • ADB (Android Debug Bridge): This is the debug interface of Android. It is mandatory to use in order to re-flash, and debug.
  • MTP (Media Transfer Protocol): This is the Windows* protocol to facilitate the transfer of media files.
  • PTP (Picture Transfer Protocol): This is the Windows* protocol to allow the transfer of images from digital cameras to computers.
  • RNDIS: This provides a virtual Ethernet link using phone network.
  • CDC Serial (Modem AT Proxy): This provides the link to Modem to allow to use AT commands through a virtual com port.

Troubleshooting Errors

Device is not recognized at all

These drivers are only for Intel® devices. If you’re using a device from one of our OEM, please get the drivers directly from their web site, or you can use this list of drivers on the Android* site.

Errors in the Windows* Device Manager

Open Windows Device Manager:

  • If USB Mass Storage is visible instead of ADB Device, then right click on the Mass Storage device icon and select ‘Uninstall’.
    Then unplug your device from the computer and install drivers’ setup again.
  • If Android Device is visible with a yellow warning icon, then right click on the Android Device icon and select ‘Uninstall’.
    Then unplug your device from the computer and install drivers’ setup again.

Portable Device that has no 'USB debugging' option

There may not be an enabled “USB Debugging” option. The developer options on a phone are hidden by default. Open the settings on a phone, and find the About section. Look through it until the 'Build number' entry is visible. Tap if five times in quick succession, and there should be a small dialog stating it’s now set to developer. Come back to Settings main menu and go into Developer Options, then enable USB Debugging.

Windows XP: When I activate MTP there is no pop-up to allow me to access phone file system or transfer media files.

Movea Port Devices Driver

MTP is not supported by default with Windows XP. You have to install Windows Media Player 10 or later.