Drivers Lego USB Devices

Posted By admin On 31/01/22

Improvements and fixes. This update includes a fix for an incorrect device driver (“Microsoft – WPD – 2/22/2016 12:00:00 AM - 5.2.5326.4762”) that was released by a third-party on March 8, 2017 that affected a small group of users with USB connected phones or other media devices that rely on Media Transfer Protocol (MTP). The easiest way to find out whether your device works with the LEGO® BOOST App experience is to find and download the app in the Apple App Store or the Google Play store. Devices that can download and install the app from official app stores will likely work with our products. The LEGO USB is a computer tower which is designed to isolate the high temperatures and ambient sound produced by the power supply and hard drives when a machine is operational. This thereby ensures a conducive as well as quiet work environment. The USB tower is stylish in design and has what is considered a high definitions front audio ports.

  1. About General Drivers & Tools: If you install this package, your device will be properly recognized by compatible systems, and might even benefit from new features or various bug fixes. Please note that, even though other operating systems might also be compatible, we do not recommend you apply any software on platforms other than the specified.
  2. Open the Device Manager. Right click on the RNDIS device. Click Update Driver Software. Choose the option “Browse my computer for driver software” and choose the folder where you files are extracted. After installation is completed, a shortcut will be created on your desktop.
Drivers Lego USB devices
    ManufacturersNumbers IDFirst Device
    3ComUSBVID_A727&PID_6892
    AcctonPCIVEN_168C&DEV_001C&SUBSYS_75191113
    Acer59×PCIVEN_168C&DEV_002A&SUBSYS_660011AD
    Alpha/ATKKPCIVEN_168C&DEV_0013&SUBSYS_12041259
    AMDPCIVEN_168C&DEV_002A&SUBSYS_1130168C
    ApplePCIVEN_168C&DEV_002A&SUBSYS_008F106B
    ArcadyanPCIVEN_168C&DEV_001C&SUBSYS_C6011113
    Askey/CompalPCIVEN_168C&DEV_002A&SUBSYS_7168144F
    Asus41×PCIVEN_168C&DEV_001C&SUBSYS_7112144f
    Atheros93×PCIVEN_168C&DEV_FF19
    Azurewave40×PCIVEN_168C&DEV_001C&SUBSYS_10341A3B
    BelkinPCIVEN_168C&DEV_001A&SUBSYS_701D1799
    Customer XPCIVEN_168C&DEV_0013&SUBSYS_A527167D
    D-Link40×PCIVEN_168C&DEV_0023&SUBSYS_3A6A1186
    Dell LT13×PCIVEN_168C&DEV_001C&SUBSYS_02B01028
    Foxconn14×PCIVEN_168C&DEV_001C&SUBSYS_04221468
    Fujitsu19×PCIVEN_168C&DEV_0024&SUBSYS_13C010CF
    Gigabyte15×PCIVEN_168C&DEV_0013&SUBSYS_E8011458
    HP DesktopPCIVEN_168C&DEV_0024&SUBSYS_2A5F103C
    HP LTPCIVEN_168C&DEV_002B&SUBSYS_30AB1895
    HuaweiPCIVEN_168C&DEV_002B&SUBSYS_A5003485
    IBMPCIVEN_168C&DEV_0024&SUBSYS_03841014
    IO DataPCIVEN_168C&DEV_0029&SUBSYS_D05B10FC
    Lenovo China16×PCIVEN_168C&DEV_002A&SUBSYS_309917AA
    Lenovo Japan12×PCIVEN_168C&DEV_001C&SUBSYS_0034168c
    LinksysPCIVEN_168C&DEV_001A&SUBSYS_00531737
    LiteOn32×PCIVEN_168C&DEV_001C&SUBSYS_630311AD
    Motion ComputingPCIVEN_168C&DEV_001C&SUBSYS_7111144F
    NECPCIVEN_168C&DEV_001C&SUBSYS_102010E9
    Netgear10×PCIVEN_168C&DEV_0024&SUBSYS_90001385
    OptionPCIVEN_168C&DEV_002B&SUBSYS_00231931
    OQOPCIVEN_168C&DEV_001B&SUBSYS_1602196f
    PanasonicPCIVEN_168C&DEV_002A&SUBSYS_1C711A3B
    PegatronPCIVEN_168C&DEV_002A&SUBSYS_00341B0A
    QMI13×PCIVEN_168C&DEV_001C&SUBSYS_01121A32
    QualcommPCIVEN_1AE9&DEV_0310&SUBSYS_00001AE9
    Samsung59×PCIVEN_168C&DEV_001A&SUBSYS_7101144F
    SEMCOPCIVEN_168C&DEV_002B&SUBSYS_BA91167D
    Sharp(Mitac)PCIVEN_168C&DEV_002A&SUBSYS_7138144F
    SiemensPCIVEN_168C&DEV_0023&SUBSYS_800118CB
    Sony14×PCIVEN_168C&DEV_002A&SUBSYS_E007105B
    Toshiba104×PCIVEN_168C&DEV_0013&SUBSYS_7064144F
    TPLINKPCIVEN_168C&DEV_0029&SUBSYS_92231ACE
    VIAPCIVEN_168C&DEV_002B&SUBSYS_3B001106
    WNCPCIVEN_168C&DEV_0013&SUBSYS_1012185F
    Xavi26×PCIVEN_168C&DEV_002B&SUBSYS_04001B9A

Improvements and fixes

This update includes a fix for an incorrect device driver (“Microsoft – WPD – 2/22/2016 12:00:00 AM - 5.2.5326.4762”) that was released by a third-party on March 8, 2017 that affected a small group of users with USB connected phones or other media devices that rely on Media Transfer Protocol (MTP). If the driver is on your system, when any of these devices are connected, Windows will try to install this driver. These devices will not be connected until the driver is removed. This incorrect driver was removed from Windows Update the same day, but it may have been downloaded to your computer. After installing this update the incorrect driver will be removed.

How to get this update

This update will be downloaded and installed automatically from Windows Update. To get the stand-alone package for this update, go to the Microsoft Update Catalog website.

If you are not able to connect your phone or media device via USB and are not running one of these Windows versions, you can still remove this driver using the process described here:

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