Huawei recently launched a 1.2 GHz dual-core Android tablet, Huawei MediaPad. It features a dual-core processor, 7-inch display, 5 megapixels camera, Android 3.2 etc. The tablet comes ready to use out-of-the-box, but if you are one of those who like to tweak the devices their own way, you might find this useful.
The ADB drivers that come with the Huawei MediaPad don’t install directly itself when you connect the tablet to your computer with a micro USB. It took me a while to realize that the MediaPad comes with Hi Suite, Huawei’s own Android PC Suite to manage devices.
Huawei MediaPad USB / ADB Drivers
In order for your computer to install ADB drivers for your Huawei MediaPad, you will have to first install the PC Suite that comes with it – or download it from the link given below. I made an ISO of the entire Hi Suite setup.
Huawei MediaPad doesn’t seem to support mass memory mode, or it might be just me who couldn’t find it. The built-in MTP mode works fine to quickly transfer your photos and videos and drivers are also installed by itself.
Download Huawei MediaPad ADB Drivers
You can download Huawei MediaPad (Hi Suite) ADB drivers from here: Huawei MediaPad USB / ADB Drivers. You can download the latest drivers from the links below.
If you still have connectivity issues or can’t get your MediaPad connected to your computer, let me know in the comments below.