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Setup ADB and Fastboot (Android SDK) on Windows – quickest method

If you are an absolute android fan and own an Android device, then you need to root your Android device. This post will absolutely help you in terms of helping how to install ADB and Fastboot drivers in your personal computer (Windows PC).

Installing ADB and Fastboot files is one of the major steps to be done, while rooting an Android device. Google itself provides Android SDK, which comes with ADB as well as Fastboot files. But, the same process will take several amount of time to install those files on your personal computer. In this post, I have shared a easiest way to install ADB and Fastboot files on your personal computer.

In this guide, I will show you how to install ADB, fastboot and USB drivers within a minute on your Windows personal computer. The entire process is very simple and all you need is that, you need to follow the procedures in this post.

Method 1: 15 Seconds ADB Installer


For this, really we need to thank to XDA Developer Snoop05, who developed and released this handy tool for the Windows PC users, this enables them to install the ADB, fastboot and USB drivers within a minute itself. More specifically, the same will be installed within 15 seconds of time. You can easily download the tool from the following link and install it on your personal computer.

Download 15 seconds ADB Installer.exe [Mirror Link]

Make sure, while running the application, run as Administrator in your personal machine.

Method 2: Minimal ADB and FastBoot


Another most important as well as fastest way of installing ADB and Fastboot is using a tool called as Minimal ADB and Fastboot. This is also developed by an XDA developer, shimp208. It is available for both 32 as well 64 bit operating system and is very easy to use while comparing to other tools available on the internet. You can download and install the same using following link.

Download Minimal ADB and Fastboot Tool

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