Install MediaTek MT65xx USB VCOM Drivers – How-To Installation Guide

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You can find the latest USB MediaTek MT65xx chipset preloader drivers via this detailed guide. For compatible phones, this guide will allow you to install proper USB drivers. Correct USB drivers ensure the proper functioning of different apps that interact with the phone, especially apps like SP flash tool which allow you to flash different firmware on your phone. Even if you don’t want to flash or modify your smartphone you should have the correct USB drivers installed in order to avoid any corrupt data transfers. Right below, we have attached a fast download link to MediaTek MT65xx Preloader USB drivers along with complete steps guiding you on how to install them as well.

As we explained previously, MediaTek MT65xx Preloader USB drivers will help you in flashing different files to your phone. Especially custom ROMs and root packages via the SP Flash tool. Further than that, it will allow for proper data transfers to and from your connected device. These drivers are compatible with all Android devices running MediaTek MT65xx chipset.


Download MediaTek MT65xx USB VCOM Drivers – Installation Guide

The steps below can be applied to any PC running Windows XP and up. However, for Windows 8 and newer, you need to disable Driver Signature Verification. There are plenty of guides online showing you how to disable digital Driver Signature Verification so you can use them before you proceed to install this driver package.

NOTE: At this point, you should have already disabled digital Driver Signature Verification if you are running Windows 8 or anything newer.

Step 1 – Download MediaTek MT65xx USB VCOM drivers and extract them.

Step 2 – You need to access Device Manager. Do so by right-clicking on My Computer and clicking on “Manage”. In the new window that pops up, select “Device Manager” from the menu shown on the left.

Step 3 – The computer you are using will be shown at the top with it’s name. Right-click on the name and select Add Legacy Hardware.


Step 4 – A new wizard will pop up. Just click on Next.


Step 5 – From the following menu choose the second option shown in the screenshot below and click Next.


Step 6 – You will be shown a long list in the following screen. Just select Show All Devices and click Next.


Step 7 – Click on Have Disk in the following window and select any .inf file you extracted in Step 1.

Step 8 – Once selected, click on Next. There will be a security warning on which you can select Install Anyway.

Step 9 – Restart your PC and connect your Mediatek MT65xx device.

That’s all to it! After you install correct USB drivers for your Mediatek device, you can use different tools to flash different files and also stop worrying about failed data transfers.

NEXT: Download Smart Phone Flash Tool for Windows and Linux.

  • Carlos Alfredo Otalora

    May you please post a tutorial about how to install the MT65xx drivers on Ubuntu Linux?? Thank you

  • Owais

    now i have installed the drivers correctly, what to do next. How to detect the phone?

    • Aditya Karmakar

      Man i solved have to install the VCOM Drivers on your pc..then it will get detected!

      • seth frims

        after the installation has been done.. the phone can’t still connect with the computer …. the connection is on and off for one second

  • john Kana

    how do i get the pass word to open mediaTek files i downloaded to find the inf file?

    • rishi

      bro setup information file is inf file

  • rishi

    my pc is not installing vcom drivers it saying it has no digitally signature

    • Phaze

      Same for me

    • Zulfiqar Ahmedmusa

      did u got the way to install it dear

    • Alenn G’Kar

      Turning off the sig verification on W10 not working 🙁

  • Miroslav Angel Jahelka

    The installation of this device is forbidden by system policy. ??


    i installed mtk vcom drivers then i get the error message telling me the device cannot start. still the pc doesnt recognize my phone which is konka i128.i didn’t find its roms (custom and stock) . pls help me. the issue happen after attempting to install a custom rom because the stock rom has vurnable apps whic facilitate installation of malware and viruses

  • jazimnurkhamidi

    saya ingin donwload ko lama

  • Ryoba amon

    what are the media tek drivers

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  • kurnia alif

    im using win7 32-bit, and install was failed. is it for all or just 64 bit ? *confused. please help me

  • SkyBlueNecktie

    What model will I choose? It shows many on each .inf

  • ParaLaUAZ!

    WinXP does not give me the option to “Add Legacy Hardware”. Was that added in a Service Pack or something. God I hate Windows. Just installed it on my old MacBook Pro for the sole purpose of resurrecting a crappy Android phone (Doogee). Hours of my life I’d like to have back….

  • sherif manga

    thanks a lot for driver and explanation for us to use it

  • Wahab Abdul

    nice bro