Here you go!
WPDN and BPDN USB Drivers for Windows
Woo! I’m the first mirror! I rock!
Woo! I’m the second mirror! I rock too!
Your download was shut down due to Piracy laws….
Sorry, you are quite mistaken on several points. Our hosted copy and the mediafire mirror are working fine. The entire Megaupload site has been down for months, but not because of our file. The MU warning page must have been what got you confused. Try the real link on p2 or the MF mirror – both are working fine. This driver is not pirated and no laws or license agreements are violated by giving it out. Hope that puts your mind at ease!
necesito controladores de s3c6410 ADB
esto es lo que te están dando.
I love this concept and the flexibility and control it might give, but like a lot of reviews of this product, it doesn’t show where I really could see the product, or buy it, or even if I will be only looking at a prototype looking for a market. Ilana Tannous Durall3760@yahoo.de. My IP is 22.214.171.124.
Your comment looks like spam so we have stripped your website link and instead posted your email and IP. Hope you get some spam in return – maybe some prototype spam looking for a prototype spammer!
Lol…that is the most awesome reply I’ve ever seen to spam. What a great idea!
I’ve unzipped these files, but without an .exe file, I don’t have a clue what to do with them. How do I actually install the drivers so that xp will recognize my Novel 7?
When windows asks you for a driver, you point it to these files. Alternately, through device manager in system control panel you can find the PDN and when it is right clicked or double clicked you will get the option to “Update Driver”. Again, give these files when prompted and they will overwrite the old ones.
I seem to be having the same problem as several others. After following the link and completing the download, carefully noting where the folder ends up, I can’t direct my PC to the files; they don’t appear in the drop-down menu when you browse for them. And there doesn’t seem to be any .exe or even .drv type files, only .dll??
I’ven tried going through Control Panel, finding my device and trying to link it to the driver download the same way — same problem.
What am I doing wrong?
Thank you so much! I have been pulling my hair out in frustration trying to get my device to work.
You’re very welcome! We agree – trying to get this working with other drivers is just awful. Glad we could help!
I’m probably a bit thick but where do I click to download the S3C6410 Android ADB driver for my Velocity Cruz R101?
Use one of the mirrors listed in the comments above yours.
okay, so I am looking for S3C6410 Android ADB Driver for my pandigital novel. The links above do not say that this is what I am might download. Does anyone know where I can download this driver?? Pandigital’s website is less than helpful.
Yes, this driver that we have uploaded is what you need for the ADB connection between pandigital novel and your pc. Enjoy!
Thats great! these android drivers work.
Excellent! thank you!
openschemes I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for the link to download the driver for my new tablet reader. It worked like a charm and extremely easy to install. The link I used to download the file was
very very easy to install for someone who doesn’t really have a clue on what they are doing. The link above is the one I would HIGHLY recommend to anyone to use to download for a S3C6410 Android ADB driver.
Again openschemes I would like to thank you.
Log in to Amazon and go to the Manage your Kindle page. Scroll down to Your Orders section and loacte the book you want to transfer. If you click on Deliver To, you have the option of sending the book to your Kindle for Android device. Have you tried that? As mentioned already, if it is a book you bought yourself (not from Amazon), it won’t sync. +18Was this answer helpful?
Just a note: This driver is for developers. It enables Android software debugging via USB. If you are not a developer you probably don’t need this. On a Pandigital Novel 7″ color 1 GB, build number PD_Novel 2011.03.02, you can turn off Settings->Applications->Development->USB debugging and this will stop Windows from detecting the S3C6410 Android ADB and asking for a driver. I didn’t install the driver and I can access the tablet’s USB mass storage devices OK.
YMMV if you have a different build number (Settings->About Device->Build number).
Most of these users are probably rooting their devices, and this is the right driver for them. Good advice though, for the user who just wants mass storage mode and does not want to poke around in the brains. But what fun is that?!?!
are you supposed to unzip the file in order for the software to work? or can you simply just point the computer to the file location when you save it on to it? sorry if the answer is right in front of my face and i cant see it..
Yep, you should unzip the file first. Then you can point the computer to the unzipped files
I know this may be a stupid question but please answer. My OS is Vista. Will this download still work?
Should be fine
Does anyone know why my laptop would not even be showing my PDN as a device plugged into the USB port? I tried to update FW and now when I turn the PDN on it gets stuck on the initial blue screen without ever flashing once or showing a progress bar. Is this why my laptop wont recognize it and how do I solve this>
Hmm, that sounds like a bad flash. We really don’t have too much knowledge about that, except – yes, this is probably why your laptop won’t recognize it.
Try to charge it up and force a reflash by holding the volume + and power keys during startup. BE SURE you have a good firmware file on the SD card – hopefully the vendor firmware. Read about it in the site below, and remember there is always risk of mucking something up when flashing so please check and double check that firmware file before attempting the flash.
Some tips for bluescreen PDN.
tengo problemas con una pandigital novel 7 no puedo ver videos de internet y no acepta instalar adobe flash que puedo hacer
Pandigital novela no es capaz de Adobe Flash. La versión de Android es demasiado viejo.
hi, i have xp 32 bits, but when i try to update divrer, the opcion Browse my computer for divrer software->ADB Interface dont appear, can you help me please.thanks (sorry my english it is not good)regards!!!
Thanks for another fantastic article. The place else may just anybody get that type of info in such a perfect manner of writing? I have a presentation subsequent week, and I am on the search for such information.
No way to install it – absolutely useless information and file. And I’m not a noob either.
It’s an inf file, which is the ubiquitous driver installation medium. Try unzipping it and then pointing Windows to the unzipped directory when it asks for a driver. Use the “have disk” option, then “browse”.
Good luck to you – the driver certainly works for us and many hundreds of other users. Keep at it, and you will be successful!!
Hi!, I have a black pandigital 7, hook it up to my laptop & it can’t find any driver to download. Looks like I need what you have worked to find, but, I’m trying to get to the second page above to click the link can’t do it, is the link still there?
Yes the link is there and working. Looks like this post is acting weird in that it has two instances of the page 1 page 2 links. If the upper one does not work, try clicking the 2 in the lower one. That will take you to the download link, or try the mirrors listed in the comments. We’ll get someone on it tonight to fix the links as well.
OK, so, I have it, it’s unzipped, but, when I plug my reader into USB it doesn’t ask for a driver or anything, how do I get it on the reader? Thanx!
Ok, it sounds like Windows has already selected a generic driver for part of the device which usually leaves the adb connection driver-less. However, it quits asking for a driver so you have to hunt it down to get it installed. Don’t worry, it’s still easy to do.
Open the control panels, then the system control panel. Next, choose the hardware tab to get hardware manager. This will show all the devices on your system and you’ll find the pandigital’s adb device higlighted in yellow. Open it and select its Friver tab, it will probably say that no driver is installed. From here you will see the “install driver”, or update driver button which will launch the install process. Now, just point it to the unzipped files and you should be good to go.
WHAt is so easy. Do i click on the folder with the dots next to it or the folder amd64 or select all, Then how do you unzip tghe files. Next where to find the control panel you spoke of is it on my pc the file i downloaded and then good luck finding this system control pannel.
It sounds like you are using win 7, so to extract the files from the zip just double click into it, then copy everything and paste it in any directory you like.
Next, use start->run to run devmgmt.msc. this will open the device manager where you will be able to find the pandigital adb device section that is highlighted in yellow.
Open it and install the driver as previously described. Windows can search the place you copied the files to, and it will decide whether it needs the amd64 driver or not, and it will install the best one from there.
Hope it works for you!
Thank heavens, 3 days of searching and finally someone who has the WORKING drivers! Thanks for posting this!
You’re welcome – glad it worked for you!
oh you are so cool openschemes! Thank you wholed heartedly! I’ve been running into headaches and roadblocks and this gets the ball moving again!
Why can’t I find the download link!?
The link is on page 2, and the link to page 2 is at the very bottom of the first page. Once you get there you will see it immediately. Hope it works for you!
I installed these drivers, and while Windows accepted them just fine, Sideload Wonder Machine(which I’ve used successfully before) still is not detecting my Pandigital Novel. I’ve restarted my machine and reinstalled the program, to no avail. The device is set for USB debugging. Is there something I’m missing, or this device not capable of receiving side-loaded apps?
Why sideload? Once you install rooted firmware, just install the apk.
I’m not sure I follow. I’ve been told rooting is a sometimes risky and largely unnecessary procedure, only used when a device is specifically locked-down so it can’t run out-of-market apps(I was told this could run out-of-market apps). I’ve also tried downloading and installing apks from the internet right on the device and the install process always fails. I really don’t want to mess with the firmware if I don’t have to, because I want to be able to return it if I can’t get it to do what I want.
Thank you so so much!! This worked for my black Pandigital Novel ereader so I can get apps to mount to the SD Card by default instead of internally using Android SDK. Just an FYI, the windows “search online for the the driver” thingy didn’t find anything.
Just a note: it did say the zip file was corrupt, but instead of unzipping I just copied the files and put them in a Windows driver directory, browsed to point to them while in the device manager and voila, the word “Android” actually showed up and my device showed up doing an adp devices command, whereas before it just said “list attached” or something like that and wouldn’t receive a direct command based on SN.
You were a huge help in my quest! Thank you again!
You’re very welcome. Thanks for the tip on a new way to load the driver – I think that will be good advice for a lot of users who don’t know a good place to put the files in the interim.
Boy, it’s so nice when something FINALLY works, isn’t it?
SO, Am i a fool, or is there no link here for any pandigital files. I have read and re-red this page (page 2 as the instructions say) and I see no link.
Yes, they are there. For some reason the page 2 link at the top doesn’t work. Use the one at the bottom, then the only thing that’s on page 2 is the link. You could also go to the first comment posted and get it from a mirror.
The only thing I see on this page is this thread, and a bunch of googlespam. What does the link say? or can you link it in this thread?
The link says “Page 2″..
I downloaded the mirror link by Terri and mediafire. However, although I can plug and unplug Pandigital device and see that the computer acknowledges an android device attached it’s using E:/ and F:/. Also when I try to get newest download from pandigital site it says I have NO pandigtal device??
Before this download it said couldn’t do because I needed driver…what am I needing now? When I downloaded driver, I clicked on android- set up info, and extracted files…did I get all the needed files??
Frankly, just want ability to have an android marketplace and Flash installed so I can use my device for more than surfing web and playing solitaire!! IE…reading BOOKS!
Your step-by-step directions would not only be God send but helpful ta-boot.
thanks in advance,not very tech-kno savy..lol
Can this device use Market? It was not able to some time ago.
We do not have any instructions on rooting this device, although there are many great sites with detailed information out there on the web. Our suggestion is that official Pandigital firmware is probably not the way to go, although stranger things have happened. Please let us know how it turns out for you, this is a very interesting device and the kings of hacking the Pandigital have done a very thorough job.
Thanks a million! I was beginning to think I was just out of luck.
I download the link and the zip folders and I follow the step but I have a messege the driver is no installe so somebody can help me please
Pandigital Novel ADB Debugger Driver (mirror). S3C6410 Android ADB Driver
Thanks for making this so easy to find!
Where can I download the driver or zip file from? I’ve searched all the posts here and I don’t see it.
The first two posts are mirrors, and the main link is at the bottom of page 1, and says page 2. Go there to get the link.
I just purchased a Pandigital Novel 7″ color ereader & android multimedia tablet.
I purchased for my 3 1/2yr old son who is constantly playing my Samsung Galaxy s2 android phone.
He loves angry birds.
I went on google to look up a way to download it to the tablet, everything was good until I was about to install when it said already installed (and it meant on my phone)
Is there a way to have apps on my phone and then can be transferred to the tablet?
I looked into ways to convert it to the android tablet on youtube and forums.
I get as far to plug it into my PC but it doesnt fint the driver.
I have no idea what I am doing, its getting so frustrating. I dont know how to locate the driver I am looking for, to zip or unzip files, etc. I would love for someone to give me easy step by steps to do what I can
I just want to download kids apps and let him play it.
I do have the slideme 4.0 app but the games/apps on it are not good for him or the ones I have seen. On my Samsung Galaxy I have the android market and google play and can get any apps. Thats what I am looking for.
Someone please help before I haul my hair out
To download and play games, you will need to “root” your device, meaning to reprogram it’s firmware to a version that allows this. It consists of cleaning off the SD card, then downloading a file on your computer and saving it to SD card. Insert the card back in the pandigital (which should be off), and power up by holding the power button slider and the volume up key at the same time. The pandigital will fetch the file from the SD card and update itself. It takes a little while, so be patient while the progress bar runs. Once the pandigital is fully restarted, you can then install games and other stuff, but you will need to again download the game on your computer as an APK file, then try to open it with the pandigital. It will install. Angry birds RIO works on the pandigital, but not the regular angry birds.
The download you want for the rooted firmware can be found on this page: http://www.slatedroid.com/topic/14744-kewlguys-114-127-215-32-wpdn-sd-card-enhancements/
It’s the first one called RootPDN. Thats the file you save to the SD card.
But honestly, the speed of the pandigital is not good enough for a lot of games. Maybe some simple stuff, but when compared to the galaxy you’ll feel like it’s running at a snail’s pace.
Good luck either way!
I followed that link and downloaded the root firmware to the SD card, put it in the pandigital tablet and its there.
So where do I go from here? Do I download apps from the browser? will they go on the SD card by theirself or on the tablet?
Or do I download them onto the Computer (if I do, how do I transfer them on the tablet? with the SD card?)
Sorry for the questions, I am no good at this lol.
I need detailed steps or I wont understand
Ok, sounds like progress so far!
1) power up by holding the power button slider and the volume up key at the same time. The pandigital will fetch the file from the SD card and update itself.
2) Download an APK file from the web. Find apk’s by googling “Angry Birds Rio APK” for example.
3) If you browse on the device, it should install an apk if you click on it.
3) If you want to download on your PC, the easiest way to install on pandigital is to email it to yourself, and check the mail on your pandigital. Click the attachment and it should install.
I do believe all the ideas you’ve introduced on your post. They are very convincing and will certainly work. Nonetheless, the posts are too quick for beginners. Could you please extend them a bit from subsequent time? Thanks for the post.
And if you still have this link will it work with Vista? Aren’t these things supposed to come with software if bought new? I never got one, or an owners manual. I have emailed the company and their not the nicest of people i have ever delt with
Yes, it works with Vista. Go to the bottom of the page to find the link for page 2. The software link is on page 2.
Thank you this helped so much. You are awesome & amazing.
page 2 won’t come up for the link to Pandigital Drivers. Have they been moved? If so can you please forward them to me?!? Thank you.
Try the p2 link at the very bottom. The upper one was acting weird at one time, maybe still is.
can anyone tell me how to possibly get the android market on to the PDN and feedback helps thnk u
i also forgot to say thank u for the driver update its guys like u tht keep me from pulling my hair out all time
You are correct about how hard this is to find. You are very considrate for posting it and it is much appreciated.
Thank you!!! Larry
…yeah, that file didn’t do anything for me, the Pandigital device still isn’t detected.
If you complete the windows autodetect and autoinstall, then windows won’t ask again for a new driver. It will just load the one that you autoinstalled before. It sounds like this describes your situation, not really that the device is not detected but rather that you are not given a choice to select a driver after that very first install. Don’t worry, you can still fix this by changing the driver manually.
If you’d like to use the driver provided here, then you’ll need to use the device manager to update it. First, plug the device into USB, then open device manager (control panel->system->device manger) . Find the Pandigital and open it’s property window (right click to see this option). Choose driver tab, then update driver button, then browse to the driver you downloaded here. This new driver will be installed and will become the default choice from now on.
From then on, windows will always choose the new driver. Same as before, it will not ask every time. So if you want to change drivers again later, you will go back to the device manager to do it.
(Personal Computers) Everyone gets scared with Refurbs? But Why? The maarfnctuue personally inspects this item before it is shipped to me! About this item: For one the box is a brand new maarfnctuued box. It does say remanufactured in small letters at the top, but was almost hidden! I really needed something that was on the go convenience that was a reasonable price (I cant afford and I-Pad)! But I really wanted my email and facebook at the tip of my hands (on a bigger screen than my phone) . Someone told me about this item so I’m telling you! The connection was fast, screen is clear and the item is useful for multiple uses. Although it has very little internal memory there is a slot to add more memory. It is a bit heavier, but for the price, convenience and look the item was well worth the purchase. Also for the girls with nails, most touch screens make you use your finger tip, which with long nails can be hard, the Pandigital lets me use my nail, which helps me out a lot.
NOW I find this….
“Do not download any S3C6410 drivers
Windows detection for this is FALSE
It thinks the PanDigital is a Mobile phone and is
trying to download a Com port loader which is
unnecessary and wont work anyway
IGNORE or CANCEL
CONFIRMED with PanDigital”
This post is a copy and paste from another forum, which links to another forum, which links to us. There’s really no information given, so you will be given 24h to back up your post with factual information before we delete it as it appears spam-ish.
UPDATE – Eureka! Had been having difficulty actually locating the downloaded files when you got to the ‘browse’ step – the files simply wouldn’t appear in the drop down menu, no matter where on my PC I saved them. But saving the files instead to an external memory (SD chip) worked! Have now finally uploaded the driver to my Pandigital Novel 7.
(Now just praying this does indeed allow the Adobe Digital Editions program to run on the beastie.)
Bless you for having this site in the first place, finding the blasted drivers and sharing them with us all, and your countless replies to posts that help poor tech-challenged people like myself figure out how to do things. Kudos!
If any of you guys are trying to install this ADB driver onto Windows 8 and it complains about the hash not being included in the driver, please refer to the following link to work around this issue. http://tivadj-tech.blogspot.in/2012/09/certificate-check-error-when-installing.html
For whatever reason, Microsoft saw fit to tell you the file was corrupt or tampered with and not install the driver by default. You actually need to restart your computer in a diagnostic advanced repair mode to disable the driver validation. Then and only then will the prompt appear for you to install the driver even though it’s untrusted.
Nice !!!! link ok !! Driver ok !!! no virus !!
where is the file link?
On page 2
i could literally cry right now! i have been trying to figure out this tablet my kid got for christmas for like 4 hours now! you guys are amazing! thank you so much for providing this!!!!!!
oh thankyou so much for this. these drivers seem impossible to find anywhere else.
I must be really stupid…..I cannot find the download file….is it on the left of the page…because when I click on that one…nothing happened except it brings me to this comment box. ugh.
You should click on the page 2 link nearest the text, rather than the autogenerated one down below. That will bring you to page 2 with the download link.
Just want you to know that you guys/Gals and your site is/are all awesome. You patiemtly but lovingly tear apart and figure out all kinds of electronic gadgets, then wire trace them out and SHARE with whomever wants to look exactly how they work. In the case of follow-on Q&A, you have the patience of a Shaolin monk. Never ranting, scolding or shaming anyone no matter how absurd, obtuse, irrelevant or just plain thoughtless their questions or responses to your carefully-worded advice, explanation or answers are. I am doubly impressed that you would even take the time to hack out help for this miserable wretch of an Android pad, but as I was fool enough to shell out $125.00ea for 4 of them on Xmas eve 2011 – I can see how other less-technically minded folk would be too. In my case, I rooted all 4 and upgraded internal and external memory to 32Gb ea, and both my college-aged kids and wife loaded them with Books, PDF, Health and Fitness stuff and used our in-home WiFi for chatting and surfing. In my case, I loaded them with soft versions of Computer, Electronic and Radio books of the past 10 yrs, CAD, CAM, Survival, Martial Arts and Free Energy ‘stuff’ as well as German, French, Spanish, Italian, Russian and Korean Languages. The massive 6300mAh battery, 2x 32Gb storage, really (really) loud speaker, simple controls and WiFi were a boon and really nify XMas presents we all could enjoy – still do. My only regret was that it lacked bluetooth, USB-OTG Support, Camera and 3G – And I lacked the ability to add any of these, although I did eventually get to Android v1.8 or 2.1
Thanks for the kind words, and glad you were able to uber-hack your devices! Keep up the good work – stories like that are what we like to hear!
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