Here’s Windows drivers needed for using ODIN or ADB with the Samsung Galaxy S3. Works for all Galaxy S3 models including GT-i9300, GT-i9305, AT&T SGH-i747, T-Mobile SGH-T999, Sprint SPH-L720, Verizon SCH-i535, Canadian SGH-i747M, US Cellular SCH-R530, MetroPCS SCH-R530M, Cricket SCH-R530C, and even Galaxy Mini GT-i8190/GT-i8190N.
For those of you thinking about rooting your Note 3, you can use these Galaxy Note 3 Windows USB drivers, which will work for ODIN and Android ADB Debugging. These are official Samsung drivers pulled straight from Samsung KIES software. You don’t have to install the whole KIES software (which can take up a lot of space on your hard disk) instead install these drivers, which will only install the USB drivers you need.
Need Windows drivers for your HTC One X phone? This driver is compatible with 32 and 64-bit Windows, should work on any Windows version, simply download and run the driver EXE file. This is straight from HTC’s website so you will just get the drivers needed for ADB and fastboot.
Should work on all Windows XP, 7, 8, and 8.1.
If you need 32-bit/64-bit Windows drivers for your ASUS EeePad Transformer Android tablet device, you can download the following zip file which will work for all Windows XP/Vista/7 systems:
Download ASUS EeePad Transformer Windows drivers here: ASUS_Android_USB_drivers_for_Windows.zip
If you use a 32-bit Windows operating system and you want your computer to recognize your Droid X2, perhaps for rooting or debugging purposes, you can use these 32-bit Windows drivers, works on all Windows XP, Vista, and 7: