The USB Drivers for the Motorola Moto X Play smartphone help you transfer data to and from the computer and the smartphone. The USB Drivers are often installed automatically by the Windows operating system because it is always programmed to try to help as much as possible.

However, sometimes it is unable to install the drivers, and most of the times when developers want to do things like use flashing tools that are almost always necessary to download and install manually.

Here is everything you need to install the Motorola Moto X Play smartphone USB Drivers on a Windows computer so you can transfer data and use flashing tools.

Installing the Motorola Moto X Play USB Drivers on Windows PC

1. Head to the Motorola web page and click on the Download for Windows button.


2. The file begins to download just above the taskbar. Wait until the download completes.


3. The file has completed the download when there is no more time left counting down, and only the file name is visible. Now you need to click on the file.


4. Click on the Next button to begin the installation of the Motorola Device Manager which is going to install the Motorola USB Drivers for the Moto X Play smartphone also.


5. Check the box that says I accept, so you accept the terms and conditions of the license and then click on the Install button.


6. The Motorola Device Manager is now getting installed. Wait until it completes its three phases.


7. Click on the Close button.


8. If you are using the latest Windows 10 operating system that is available at the time of writing this guide, you can see the Motorola Device Manager available under the Recently Added menu in the Start menu.


9. Regardless of the Windows version, you can always navigate to the Downloads folder—the default downloads location for your files on a Windows PC—and find your file available from there.


10. Click on the Motorola Device Manager file and it starts running on the computer.


Now you can connect the Motorola Moto X Play smartphone on the computer with the USB cable, and the Motorola Device Manager installs the drivers for the smartphone.

In conclusion, that is all you need to do to install the Motorola Moto X USB Drivers on a computer that is running a version of the Windows operating system. The same downloads link available at the beginning of the guide also has a link available for Mac users if you ever need to install the Motorola USB Drivers on a Mac computer.