The Motorola Moto Z smartphones run on the Android operating system which is the most popular operating system for people to run in the world.
There is always lots of good things that come from using things that many other people use because those are the things that developers tend to gravitate toward and look after more because they always want their products to be used and seen.
The Android operating system has the Universal Windows ADB Driver available for it, and that is all you need to have the Motorola Moto Z smartphone’s USB Drivers running on the computer. It might sound strange, but the Universal ADB Drivers for Windows operating systems packages many of the OEM USB Drivers on it, so all everyone who owns phones and tablets from the compatible OEMs has to do is run the ADB Driver are it installs the USB Drivers. The Motorola barns is one of those that it is consistent with, along with every other popular brand.
Downloading the Motorola Moto Z USB Drivers for Windows PCs
Download the Universal Windows ADB Drivers on the computer and click on the file above the taskbar once the download completes, so the setup wizard opens.
Make sure there is no Android device that is connected to the computer before you proceed with the setup wizard.
Click on the Next button at the bottom of the screen to continue.
Click on the Browse button and change the folder that the file is going to be stored in if you want or just leave it on the folder that it is set to by default.
Choose to share the file with everyone by clicking on the Everyone button or restrict its usage to just the account you are using now by clicking on the Just Me button.
Click on the Next button to continue.
Click on the Next button when you are ready to confirm the installation.
Wait for the progress bar to reach the other side of the display.
Click on the Close button when the Installation Complete screen pops up on the display.
In conclusion, that is everything you need to download and install the Motorola Moto Z USB Drivers on a computer that is running on any version of the Windows operating system. You can now connect the Motorola Moto Z handset to the computer with its USB cable and start developing or transferring data to find the USB Drivers are now automatically working for your device.