The Windows operating system by Microsoft does a great job of trying to find automatically out what has just connected to the computer and install the required drivers for it to function without you having to do so much as lift a finger. If Windows is unable to identify hardware that just plugged into the computer, it lets you know about it by giving the Unknown devices message in the Windows, Device Manager.

Then there are other times when people need to install Samsung USB Drivers like when they are using the Odin flashing application that is made for the Windows operating system. Although it apparently never saw an official release by Samsung, the Odin flashing application is the app that everyone who owns Samsung uses to flash things like custom recovery images, rooting files like Chainfire’s CF-Auto-Root tool and stock ROMs that are available from the Sam Mobile website. If you are connecting to a Windows computer and planning on using something like Odin as an app on the computer you might find that the Odin app is not detecting your device. That happens because you have not yet manually installed the Samsung USB Drivers.

Once you install the Samsung USB Drivers for the Galaxy A9 Pro smartphone, they should remain on the computer until you delete them so you can remove the Odin app download it again in the future and the device should connect automatically. If that does not happen, then you will need to follow the steps in this guide and have them installed again.

Identifying when the Samsung USB Drivers need to be installed on the computer for the Odin flashing application is pretty simple. If you are connecting to the computer and the Odin flashing app is open, and you can see the user interface and all of its buttons, the ID: COM port should light up with a yellow or blue color. Any time that does not happen is likely because it needs drivers. The only exception to that is when you are not using the Odin flashing tool with administrator permissions. Some versions of the Windows operating system can allow you to run as an administrator by right-clicking on the Odin file before you open it up and choose to run as an administrator. For everyone else, you should log into the Windows computer using the administrator account—that is the master account that is always created when you first set up the computer. Sometimes people have more than one account and when that happens it might be only the original account that is holding the key to the administrator permissions.

Downloading and installing the Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro USB Drivers on Windows PCs

  1. Download the Samsung USB Drivers for the Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro smartphone.
  2. Open up the File Explorer and find the Downloads folder.
  3. Open the Downloads folder with a double-click and the Samsung USB Drivers file is visible.
  4. Double-click on the Samsung USB Driver file and the USB drivers program opens without any need to extract the file.
  5. Click on the Next button and the installation begins.
  6. Click on the Next button once again and the installation completes.
  7. Click on the Finish button when it is done.

In conclusion, that is how to download and install the Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro USB Drivers for Windows computer, so you can do things like transfer the data to and from the phone and computer and run the Odin flashing application with the device connected. You should have no problem transferring any data from the phone to the computer,k including pictures, videos, and contact. Furthermore, the flashing tool detects the smartphone and allow for flashing to happen. There are also many other reasons why you might need the Samsung USB Drivers, and all of the problems should be resolved.