It came to our notice that many Windows 10 Users have been having issues with connecting their Android device with their PC after the PC has been upgraded or updated (However, the case maybe).
We decided to show every member of our community how to fix this bug!
Since the issue is with the PC and not our devices, please follow the instructions very carefully and inform us if you ever encounter any problem doing this!
First, Right click on the button shown below and click on properties! NB: Your PC may be named another thing.
After pressing this, Click on Device Manager as shown in the screen below
After clicking this, you would find your device showing as shows below; that is the exact problem we exact to solve.
Right click the “Unknown Device” showing above and click on the first option which is “Update Device Driver” It will bring you to the next screen showing below
Once you are on this screen, click the second option; Browse my computer for driver software! Not to worry, it is on your system already :-) as shown below
Now, click on the circled option shown above which is “Let me pick from a list” and we move on to the next step!
At this point, let me warn you to be very careful about the next option you will be choosing.
On the next screen that will be shown, Click on the 61883 devices shown below; the name can differ on your PC! The sign remains the name (sign of a USB)
Now, select the third option in the next screen it displays; this is where you need to install the right driver for your PC, else it may not work! Ensure you are installing the third one. It will always be the third option across any Marshmallow device you plug into your PC.
Click on Next and you are one step away from making it work
Wait, while it installs, on the average, it takes 30 seconds to install
After the installation, it will show normally on the first screen we got to!
Cheers and Goodluck doing this for your devices
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