How to Install Atrix 4G Drivers!

Here’s how to install drivers for your Atrix 4G on Windows:

Download Atrix 4G Driver For Windows 64-bit systems


Motorola_Driver_64bit.zip

Download Atrix 4G Driver For Windows 32-bit systems


Motorola_Driver_32bit.zip

Unzip the file then run the .exe file.

After you install the Atrix 4G drivers, put your Atrix 4G into Debugging Mode by going t to Settings->Applications->Development then checking Debugging Mode.

Connect your phone to your computer and open up Device Manager.

You will see Atrix 4G with an exclamation mark, just double-click on it, Update Driver->Browse my computer for driver software->ADB Interface then choose Motorola, then choose Motorola ADB Device.

And you should be good to go.

 

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5 Responses to How to Install Atrix 4G Drivers!

  1. Jay says:

    Hi, I have two questions for you…. I have just rooted my phone and it seems like my photos have been deleted and one of my game app won’t run (Application is not installed on your phone)…. Is there a solution to this ? second I really have no idea what i did and i really don’t know what rooting a phone actually means. I just want free internet without paying monthly data fees and free paid apps…. Is this possible through rooting a phone ?

  2. Gustavo says:

    hi, i have xp 32 bits, but when i try to update driver, the opcion “Browse my computer for driver software->ADB Interface” dont appear, can you help me please.

    thanks (sorry my english it is not good)

    regards!!!

  3. Zola Levitton says:

    Can’t download Motorola_Driver_32bit.zip
    What files are on zip? Tip as to alternate server?

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