This is the Sony Xperia Z1 driver package which provides the installation files for Sony Xperia Z1 (C6902/C6903/C6906/C6943) USB driver. Note there is also a Sony Xperia Z driver on this website which is listed here.
Sony Xperia Z1 USB Driver
You will first need to download the file and then extract its content. Now open the device manager and then click on the computer name. Now add the legacy hardware and then point towards the INF file of the driver. The driver will now install and you will have access to the Xperia Z1 driver. See also the Xperia A2 driver as well as the Xperia Z1 driver. There is also the Xperia PC Companion on this website.
– During the installation of this file, be sure that you are logged in as the Administrator
– To ensure that no other program interferes with the installation
– It is highly recommended that you print out these instructions for use as a reference
Installing the Sony Xperia Z1 USB
Just like when you install drivers for a Sony Xperia ZL2, here’s another installation process for INF files. First, download the file below and extract its content. Then, right-click on the INF file and select ‘install’ from the menu that pops up. Windows will notify you that it found new hardware and will install the necessary driver. Remember to restart your computer after this. Also, check out the Sony Xperia Z Ultra HSPA+ (C6802) driver. The specific ID for this product is USB\VID_0FCE&PID_519C&MI_01 and it’s officially known as the Sony sa0109 ADB Interface.
The INF drivers are the Sony sa0109 ADB Interface driver as well as the Sony sa0109 RNDIS Interface driver. You can see this is the files shown in the picture above. There is also the Sony Xperia Z2 Tablet driver. Note that the INF file tells Windows what to do with the driver.
Specifically, it’s for the Sony sa0109 ADB Interface Driver, which is a software that helps Windows understand and communicate with certain Sony devices, like smartphones or tablets. The file contains instructions and settings that tell Windows how to install this driver when the corresponding Sony device is connected to the computer. These settings include details about the device, its hardware ID, and the necessary files for the installation process. Once installed, this driver enables seamless communication between the Sony device and the Windows operating system.
Note that Chrome does block the file. Just accept it.