The latest Samsung flagship phablet, the Samsung Galaxy Note 5, is now out and many owners are wondering where to find the USB Drivers for the newest arrival in the Note series. In this post I’ll show you several locations where you can find the drivers. But first, let’s talk briefly about why you might want to install USB drivers.
While it is possible to connect most Samsung smartphones to a Windows computer and transfer data to and from each device, it won’t always work. In those instances you should download the USB drivers on the computer. That way when you connect to the computer again all data transfers should work without any worries. Those still not finding success and are in need of further troubleshooting should reboot the computer and trying again. Sometimes the computer needs a reboot even though you did already download the drivers.
Downloading Samsung Galaxy Note 5 USB Drivers for Windows PCs
- You can download the official Samsung drivers from a third-party reliable link found on our page here. Scroll down until you see the “Samsung Drivers” heading name.
- The most straight-forward method for installing the Samsung USB drivers is getting them from the Samsung website. Samsung has many different links that it distributes depending on your country. For example, if I am in the United States and I type in Samsung USB Drivers, it will direct me to the page Samsung has set up for US visitors. If I’m in Australia the link in the URL will say AU for the drivers. While the driver package is the same, it’s giving different links to reduce the traffic load.
- You can get the official Samsung USB drivers from the Samsung website here. This is a universal landing page.
Now you should connect to that Windows computer of yours and the Note 5 will have no trouble talking to that same computer with whatever job it is that you are doing. Good luck!