This is the driver linked to the Sony website. This is the driver for the Xperia M2 driver. This driver works on Windows XP and later. Note that the driver works for the Xperia M2 (D2303, D2305, D2306) and Xperia M2 Dual (D2302, S50h) range. If you cannot connect to your phone then you might want to see the Sony MTP error fix page on this website.
Xperia M2 driver
It is not always a driver problem but a settings problem and you would be much better trying the fix that to install the driver again. The driver is below. Note that most problems occur on the Windows 7 operating system. Download the file below and extract the content of the file. This is an INF file and you will need to install the driver with the INF file.
Install the Xperia M2 driver
Much like other Xperia drivers on here. You will note that all of these are installed from an INF file. These include the Xperia T2 Ultra driver as well as the Xperia XA Ultra driver which is similar but not the same. Extract the Zip file and see the last two files in their directory.
There is the so0106adb.inf which is the Sony so0106 ADB interface driver. There is also the sorndis.inf which is the Sony Android RNDIS interface driver.
You can now right-click on any of these two files. It will then show a new menu. Then left-click on the ‘install’ option in the menu. Windows, even Windows 10 will then install the driver for you. It will show a message that Windows has found new hardware when your phone is connected.
Sure, connecting your Xperia M2 to a computer is easy! Just follow these steps:
- Make Sure USB Debugging is On: Go to Settings > About phone > Tap on ‘Build number’ 7 times > Go back to Settings > Developer options > Enable USB Debugging.
- Get a USB Cable: Find the USB cable that came with your Xperia M2 or any other micro-USB cable.
- Plug In: Connect one end of the cable to your Xperia M2 and the other end to a USB port on your computer.
- Choose What You Want to Do: Your phone will show a notification. Drag it down and tap on it. You can choose:
- File Transfer (MTP): To transfer files.
- Media Transfer Protocol (MTP): Also for transferring media files.
- Camera (PTP): For transferring photos.
- Charging only: Just for charging, no file access.
- Access Your Phone: After selecting the mode, your computer will recognize the Xperia M2. You can now transfer files between your phone and computer!
Remember, if you have any problems, make sure your computer has the right drivers or check Sony’s website for help. Likewise also see the Sony Xperia Companion on here as well.