Download Walton Primo HM4i official USB drivers for Windows. You will find Walton Primo HM4i USB drivers on this page, just scroll down.
Android Walton Primo HM4i USB Drivers often allow your PC to recognize device as it is plugged in. Which in turns enables you to transfer files or browse files on PC from Walton Primo HM4i without hassle.
Walton Primo HM4i drivers let you root, unlock Bootloader mode and use tools like SP Flash Tool, Samsung Odin, Xperifirm, Sony Flash Tool, SPD Flash Tool, QPST Tool, Xiaomi Mi Flash Tool among others.
On this page, you can download Walton Primo HM4i USB Drivers for Windows 7/8/8.1/10.
However, you are provided with a step by step manual guide to download and install Walton Primo HM4i USB drivers on your computer (Links are provided at the end of the article). We have provided almost all Walton handset drivers. Besides Walton USB drivers, you might wanna know how to enable USB debugging on Walton Primo HM4i.
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You might want to enable USB debugging for rooting, and firmware flashing purpose on your Walton Primo HM4i. Do follow the given tutorials for Walton Primo HM4i below:
Walton Primo HM4i CDC driver for Flashing firmware
- Name: CDC Driver
- File size: 16.06 KB Click to Download
Walton Primo HM4i VCOM driver for Flashing firmware
- Name: VCOM Driver
- File size: 12 KB Click to Download
Walton Primo HM4i ADB driver for Establishing USB Connection
- Name: ADB Driver
- File size: 8.28 MB Click to Download
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Steps to install ADB, CDC, VCOM or any USB driver manually in Windows
- Save Walton Primo HM4i driver's .zip file on your Windows PC from this page
- Go to Device Manager → Action → Add Legacy Hardware from menu
- Extract Walton Primo HM4i driver's .zip file from STEP #1
- Search manually, choose the file from extracted folder, click Next and install the hardware
- Your Driver will be installed and listed in the Windows Device Manager