Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset has been featuring many Android smartphones of many brands like Xiaomi, ZTE, Huawei, Oppo, and so on. Equipped with multicore processor from dual CPUs to quadcore and even hexacore CPUs. However, flashing ROM on a Qualcomm-powered smartphone from a Windows-based computer need a specific driver software. Meet Qualcomm QDLoader HS-USB, a necessary driver software for you to make it easy flashing your favorite ROM via your computer.
Basically, this driver is packed within new version of Mi Flash tool, a software to flash MIUI ROM on Xiaomi devices. However, many other non-Xiaomi devices may need this driver. Therefore, here it is a standalone full Qualcomm QDLoader HS-USB driver download-able via direct link from our server. Choose appropriate version whether 32-bit or 64-bit which depends on which operating system running on your computer. The installer file is compressed within a .zip file so you may need either Winzip or Winrar to extract it. Grab it from the link(s) below:
QDLoader HS-USB Driver_32bit_Setup.zip
QDLoader HS-USB Driver_64bit_Setup.zip
How to install? Simply follow Step 1 to Step 10 from this guide.
Remember that Qualcomm does not offer support or drivers to end consumers. Qualcomm sells Integrated Circuits (IC’s) to module manufacturers or other Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM’s) and under contractual obligations cannot offer end user support. If there are issues regarding configuration and usage of your product, please contact the OEM’s technical support department.
Our suggestion is that you refer to the manufacturer’s website, as they typically offer online technical support pages where software drivers, updates, and other related information can be obtained. You need to contact the OEM of your equipment directly as we are unable to support our chips once the manufacture has modified them for their particular use.
This article was updated: June 24, 2019.