Android Smartphones are used worldwide to call, text, play music, and watch videos as well. There are times when you need to connect your device to the computer via a USB cable. To transfer the data from your PC to your Android handset. And as you know, Android devices come with different chips onboard. Each device released on the market uses a Qualcomm chip or a MediaTek chip under its hood.
So, most Qualcomm devices are recognized on a Windows PC. However, that’s not the same case with any Android smartphone running on a MediaTek chipset. Your device might show connected, but you won’t be able to access the device on your PC, and the main reason for that is the absence of proper drivers from your PC, which are required for the seamless function of this case.
Now to fix this, you need to install the MediaTek (MTK VCOM USB) system drivers on your PC so that you get things working for your Android smartphone. Below you will find Download Links for Windows 32-Bit and Windows-64bit MediaTek driver files, and you havê to download and install the MTK VCOM USB according to your windows.
MediaTek Drivers for Windows
The file will be a .zip file, so you will need a file extractor such as 7zip or WinZip installed on your PC/laptop to extract these files and install them later. We recommend downloading WinZip to extract the driver files as it’s faster and free to use the software.
Note: The Mediatek VCOM driver will run on Windows XP and above. However, for Windows 8 and newer, you have to disable Driver Signature Verification. You can google up and fine on How to Disable Driver Signature Verification for PC running Windows 8 and above.
Compatibility: Windows 7, 8, 8.1, or 10