MT65xx Preloader USB drivers are required to be correctly installed on Windows for flashing devices running on MediaTek chipset with custom or stock compatible Android ROM. For non-techies, flashing, however is another job which is performed by another tool such as for MediaTek devices, SP Flash Tool is most common utility software among consumers.
Such tools first need to detect and communicate with the device which is going to be flashed. That’s where most of the beginners fail having successfully connected their devices to the computer so does the flashing tool.
MTK VCOM USB Preloader Drivers on windows10 abdelhakeem qassem. 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. (15) premiere cs6 (1) programs (3) reviews (1) roms (8) root (3). 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.
If you are a beginner, this tutorial will help you pass connecting your MediaTek powered smartphone successfully. Note: This tutorial is not for flashing devices but just for making your device ready to be.
Install MediaTek VCOM Drivers on Windows Note: If you are on 64-bit Windows or Windows 8 or later versions, you will need to disable digital driver signature enforcement as told in prerequisites below. Or otherwise, Windows XP, Vista (32-bit) or Windows 7 (32-bit) users should ignore the prerequisites section and proceed to the steps to install VCOM drivers as there as unsigned drivers installation will be allowed on those PC. Prerequisites: (Only for Windows 8, Windows 10 or later) 64-bit Windows editions require digitally signed drivers. As many devices ship with unsigned drivers. Restart computer with Advanced Startup Options (Windows 8 or later): • A simple trick is to Shift+Restart – then wait till the computer restarts with advanced startup options. (Usually you need to go through System settings to advanced startup.
• Once restarted with Advanced Startup Options, Choose Troubleshoot > Advanced options > Startup Settings > Restart – (your computer will restart again with a list options) • Press 7 to initiate a reboot with “Disable driver signature enforcement”. Windows Vista 64-bit or Windows 7 64-bit: • You can normal restart your PC and press F8 on the startup. Then you can choose “ disable driver signature enforcement“ Windows will now restart and will allow you to install unsigned drivers. You can now perform following steps without any trouble.