15 Seconds ADB Installer is also known as the Best Android ADB Driver, which allows you to install the latest Android USB Drivers on Windows Computer in Less than 15 Seconds.
Here on this page, we have shared the latest version of 15 Seconds ADB Installer and the previous versions.
The 15 Seconds ADB installer comes as a tiny package and allows you to install or set up the ADB Files and Driver on the Windows Computer. The installer is based on the Windows Command Window, which helps you load the application quickly.
Easy to Install:
It helps you to install and set up the ADB Files and Driver on Windows Computer Easily. First, download the Tool on your computer and extract it, then open the tool and Follow the Screen Instructions (follow guidelines).
All in One:
It contains the ADB, Fastboot, and the latest android driver. The Fastboot files are based on the newest version of the Android SDK package and are compatible with the devices running up to Android 11 or above.
Download 15 Seconds ADB Installer
It is compatible with all versions of Windows Computer, including Windows XP to Windows 11 (x32 or x64 bit). If in case you were looking for the latest version of the 15 Seconds ADB, then use the following links to get it on your computer:
v1.5.6: ADB_Installer_v1.5.6.zip – Latest
[*] Compatibility: It is compatible with Windows Computer, including Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, 8 8.1 and Windows 10. It automatically detects whether your computer is running on 32 Bit or 64 Bit and installs the files according to them.
[*] How to install: If you want to learn to install the 15 Seconds ADB Installer, then head over to the How to install ADB Installer page.
[*] ADB and Fastboot Folder: It installs the ADB and Fastboot files in the root of C Drive (i.e C:\adb). Drivers will not be installed in the same folder.
[*] 0 Files Copied Error: If you are facing 0 Files Copied Error while installing the ADB drivers, then try v1.3.0. The latest version may not be compatible with the old version of Windows.
[*] Credits: ADB Installer is created and distributed by Snoop05 (Xda developer). So full credit goes to him for sharing the tool for free.