How to Install the QMobile X36 USB Driver
This article will walk you through the process of installing the QMobile X36 USB Driver.
Before you begin, make sure that you have the following pre-requisites:
Installing the QMobile X36 USB Driver
To install the QMobile X36 USB Driver, first, remove your device from your PC. After that, you can go ahead and download the driver from the device’s manufacturer’s website.
This driver is compatible with the SPD/Unisoc Flash Tool and WriteIMEI Tool, both of which you can use for firmware installation and other processes. You can also download the driver directly from the device’s help desk, or from the manufacturer’s website.
Once the driver is downloaded, open the downloads section on your PC and extract it. Once it is extracted, you can connect the QMobile X36 to your PC. Then, double-click the driver package to install it.
You’ll need to restart your PC after the driver installation is complete. After the installation is complete, you can use the device to connect to your PC. You can now use the QMobile X36 to perform various tasks.
Prerequisites to flashing the device
Before flashing the QMobile X36 with the new firmware, you should back up all the data from the device. This is a must because flashing a new firmware means your device will have a fresh start and all of its data will be lost.
Besides, you will have to start the whole process again once the new firmware is installed. Therefore, backup all your data first. Then, follow the instruction carefully to complete the process safely.
In order to flash the QMobile X36 with new firmware, you need to download the proper software. You will need the SPD Upgrade Tool and the SPD SCI Android USB Driver. These are available for free on the internet.
Once you have these, you can start the flashing process. To do this, you need to download the latest firmware from the QMobile X36 official website.
Downloading the driver
To download the USB driver for your QMobile X36, you should first know what it is. You can choose either the SPD/Unisoc USB Driver or the ADB USB Driver depending on your needs. The SPD/Unisoc USB Driver will work with all Flash Tools and can be useful if you want to perform an upgrade on your mobile’s firmware.
The ADB USB Driver is more useful if you’re trying to install the firmware, while the Spreadtrum/Unisoc Driver is a universal driver compatible with the WriteIMEI tool and other similar tools.
After you’ve downloaded the QMobile X36 USB driver, connect the phone to the PC using a USB data cable. Click on the “Manage Portable Devices” tab.
Once you’ve located your QMobile X36, select it and click “Manage” to proceed. After the phone is listed, double-click on the “Google ADB Driver” folder and select it from the list.