The Droid Turbo is the latest Droid line from Verizon Wireless, it’s also one of Motorola’s flagship smartphone after the Moto X 2nd Gen. As a flagship phone, the Droid Turbo comes with outstanding hardware like 2.7 GHz quad-core CPU, 3 GB RAM, Quad HD display, stunning yet tough nylon or fiber back cover and others.
However, there is one significant drawback, a limited internal storage capacity (32/64GB) and there is no external SD card support. It makes those who like to save HD Game or HD videos are forced to move it to the computer or cloud storage.
To be able to recognize by the computer, your Windows or Mac OS X must have Motorola Droid Turbo USB drivers. The USB drivers enables the computer to access the phone’s functions, including read and write its internal storage.
The easiest way to install the USB drivers for your Droid Turbo is to download the Motorola Device Manager (MDM). It’s available for Windows OS (XP, Vista, 7 and 8) and for Mac OS X, the MDM only supports Mountain Lion (10.8) or earlier version.
But there are some users who you don’t have problems when using the MDM on Mavericks or Yosemite (10.10) But keep in mind, prior to installation ensures you get rid of the previous drivers.
|1||Motorola Device Manager (MDM)||Motorola||Windows/Mac||v2.4.5 (Win)
|2||Android File Transfer||Mac Only||–|
Apart from transferring files, a USB drivers are also required when you want to take advantage of adb or fastboot tool. Both utilities are sometimes required bootloader unlock or to gain root access.
So if you are planning to mods your device, Droid Turbo drivers should be installed on your Windows or Mac computer.