Android ADB with Prestigio MultiPad and Win7

When I want to setup USB debugging on my tablet I have to solve several issues. I have decided to write this step by step tutorial which shows how to make ADB working with Prestigio PMP5080CPRO tablet. This tutorial worked for me and analogical it should work with other android devices.

1. First of all you have to Enable the USB Debugging in the Developer settings.

2. Connect your tablet to the computer USB port.

3. Select MTP connection instead of Mass Storage (you can find it at Storage -> USB computer connection)

4. Right Click on Computer->Manage->Device Manager,  search for PMP5080C and update driver with Google USB Driver.

5. Download USBDeview. In program search "PMP5080 C PRO USB Device" and remember the Vendor ID for me it was 0x2207.

6. Open %UserDir%\.android\adb_usb.ini a write there the Vendor ID (0x2207).

7. Open command line at %android_sdk%\platform-tools\

8. adb kill-server

9. adb start-server

10. adb devices

And then you should view your tablet ID in the list.


  1. Adrian says:

    Hi David,

    The reference you make at point 3, " Select MTP connection instead of Mass Storage (you can find it at Storage -> USB computer connection)" I have selected storage, but can find no further option to select " USB computer connection", so I can then select "MTP Connection", I've only just got my Prestigio, and the information supplied is sparse.
    Any further pointers would be appreciated.


  2. Thomas says:

    Thanks, works like a charm!


  3. dobromil says:

    Adrian, click the "settings" button in the right top corner

  4. Loadeed says:

    A also cannot find option USB Computer Connection.. which version of Android do you have? I have a MultiPad 3370B with Android 4.0 . I did all the steps, but adb still does not recognise my device.

  5. Stevan says:

    Hi David and all good people,

    I'm truing to setup adb for prestigio PAP4040 (, could you please explain the 6. step in more details, where/how VID should be added.

    I've found in the USBDeview VID: 0bb4 and InstanceID: USB\VID_0BB4&PID_2008123456789ABCDEF
    I've copied this instance ID to the android_winusb.inf like:
    ;Prestigio PAP4040
    %SingleAdbInterface% = USB_Install, USB\VID_0BB4&PID_2008123456789ABCDEF

    but this is probably completely wrong, I don't see device after restarting adb.
    Is there any help 🙂


  6. Dusan says:

    Thank you!!! This works for prestigio tablet 5570C. I have installed manually android usb driver (comes as option with android sdk installation). Driver must manually installed from device menager (not even auto search dir for driver will work, you must choose the file).

    Only "hurdle" was editing adb_usb.ini. You should write in tutorial what exactly should be written in file. Here is example:

    # USE 'android update adb' TO GENERATE.

    Just the VendorID number.

    After driver installation and this edti I was able to access the device... the device is listed as: 0123456789ABCDEF device

    ...but it works just fine for development 🙂

    Thank you!

  7. Rodion says:

    Hello!! Thank you!!
    i had wrote the vendor of my device- it is 0x2207 too. i had created this file before writing on the destop. I did not understand where i must transport adb_usb.ini file and how i should use this file?
    Thank you for answer!!!

  8. Rodion says:

    i have a android fold only in my PMP5080CPRO. i had transport adb_usb.ini with the vender in this fold . but adb devices not found(((

  9. Duke says:

    I am stuck at the 4th step. What happens, if it tells you: "drivers software can't be updated" ?

  10. Nikola says:

    Thank you very much!!! I had problems installing PMP5570c driver but thanks to your help and the one in these forums now I see it in adb-devices:

  11. Mihailo Alić says:

    I had a similar problem connecting Prestigio MultiPad 7.0 HD tablet to Windows XP for testing Android apps. My success story was in fewer steps (but much helped by your previous posts): I downloaded Google USB Driver from (it was not in my SDK installation as instructions pointed to \extras\google\usb_driver), installed, enabled USB debugging in Developer options, and that was it (I also did adb kill-server, adb start-server as David suggested). I did not have to change Vendor ID in Google USB driver, or do any other setup. After starting the server, the console output, while installing the app to test, was:

    C:\Documents and Settings\Mihailo\My Documents\android\workspace\mySecondApp>adb devices
    List of devices attached
    0123456789ABCDEF device

    C:\Documents and Settings\Mihailo\My Documents\android\workspace\mySecondApp>adb install bin/mySecondApp.apk
    760 KB/s (255522 bytes in 0.328s)
    pkg: /data/local/tmp/mySecondApp.apk