Download the Irulu USB driver here. The Irulu is not well known and it normally does not require a driver as it is in the Windows driver list. The most common format was the Irulu 7″ tablet which was running Android 42.2 Jelly Bean. Some Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 system do not recognise the tablet.
Irulu USB driver
If you connect your computer to the USB port of the Irulu it might say “Android” and nothing else. This while looking for the driver. This occurs in rare circumstances but it does occur. For these rare instances the Irulu USB driver has been added below. This will ensure that you do not get the “Android” recognition but your actual Irulu tablet. The labtec webcam driver as well as the irulu expro x9 and intex usb wifi adapter driver as well.
Installing the Irulu USB
The driver installation/uninstall of the USB driver shows you how the installation steps as well as the uninstall steps for the UART driver.
When it comes to Windows XP and Windows 7 there might be a warning prompt shown about unsigned drivers installation, please confirm it and move on with the installation.
Click on the Install the driver software anyway. This will proceed with the installation of the driver file. You can see this on the left-hand side and then we will find more information further down. Only a small prompt may appear on system tray, OS will recognize it and make it available. This will be the Android Composite ADB interface as with others. Driver installation will be either the FTDI driver or the Prolific Driver which will need to be installed.
Work around for the driver
First, let’s talk about the workaround.
- Firstly, unmount your SD card.
- Next, install the app you want to use.
- Then, mount your SD card again.
- After that, move the app to the SD card.
But if you want a more permanent fix, follow these steps (remember to back up your SD card first!):
- Start by connecting your phone to your PC as a mass storage device.
- Make sure to back up all your important data.
- Now, find the folder named “.android_secure.”
- Inside it, delete the file called “smdl2tmp1.asec.”
- Then, disconnect your phone from the PC.
- Finally, install the app you were trying to install.
I hope this helps! Likewise also see the Samsung USB Driver not installing problem. If you are going to install this on Windows 10 then try the android composite adb interface driver as well. Otherwise try the following. Download the file below and extract the content.
Then click on the directories as follows:
Driver_Auto_Installer_EXE_v1.1236.00 then click on Driver_Auto_Installer_v1.1236.00 then click on SmartPhoneDriver and then click on x64 directory then click on infs and right-click on the INF files and then click on “install” on the new menu after you right-clicked on the file. Lastly also see the Sony Xperia Z2 Tablet driver on here.
(Click on accept as Chrome blocks the file)