How to Install Moto X, Moto G & Moto E USB Drivers (Windows & MAC)

Moto X, Moto G & Moto E are latest Android smartphone from the Motorola – Google Company. If you recently bought any of these Motorola devices and wanted to connect your phone to the PC or Mac to transfer files between the System and phone, then you need the MotoRola USB Drivers. Without these drivers, you can connect your device to the computer. Not only this, in future if you want to unlock the bootloader of the phone then also you need these drivers. Today, in this guide we will show you how you can install them on your Windows or MAC system, this guide will work on all the latest Motorola Android devices.

The process is very simple, and all you have to install the Motorola Device Manager (Drivers) package on your system, and you are done. The application available for Windows XP(SP3 or greater)
Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Mac OS 10.5.8 Leopard, Mac OS 10.6 Snow Leopard, Mac OS 10.7 Lion, Mac OS 10.8 Mountain Lion. Follow the below mention guide to get started.

MotoRola USB Drivers

Install Motorola Device Manager (Drivers)

Step 1. Download the Motorola Device Manager app package form the Motorola website, you can find the direct download link of the installer at the end of this guide.

Step 2.
Now Run/Execute the driver file on your system.

Step 3. Now the installation process will start on your system, follow the on-screen instructions and proceed through the installation process.


Step 4. The installation process will take some time Once the process is completed on your system. Reboot your system to finish the installation.

Step 5. Connect your Motorola phone/tablet to the computer. Motorola Manager will detect it.

Now you can manage all you files between PC and device easily with the help of USB cable.

If Motorola Device Manager doesn’t detect your device, try the following:

a) From your device’s home screen, touch the Menu button, then touch Settings.
b) Touch Developer Options, then turn off USB Debugging if it is turned on.
c) Disconnect and reconnect your device to the USB cable.
d) After connecting, touch the top of your device’s display and swipe down to pull down the notification bar. Change the USB connection setting to Media Device (MTP).

Download Motorola USB driver For Windows here

Download Motorola USB driver For Mac here


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