The U3 company works with drive makers (parent company SanDisk as well as others) to deliver custom versions of applications designed for Microsoft Windows from a special flash drive; U3-compatible devices are designed to autoload a menu when plugged into a computer running Windows. Applications must be modified for the U3 platform not to leave any data on the host machine. U3 also provides a software framework for independent software vendors interested in their platform.
64K bytes of flash-simulated non-volatile configuration memory.Base ethernet MAC Address : 00:23:5D:87:53:00Motherboard assembly number : 73-11473-11Power supply part number : 341-0097-02Motherboard serial number : FOC12387YQSPower supply serial number : DCA1231814XModel revision number : F0Motherboard revision number : B0Model number : WS-C2960-24TT-LSystem serial number : FOC1239W0YSTop Assembly Part Number : 800-29859-06Top Assembly Revision Number : F0Version ID : V10CLEI Code Number : COMCX00ARBHardware Board Revision Number : 0x01
Most Android OEMs offer official driver packages for their devices. Besides the ADB and Fastboot interfaces, these drivers also support proprietary flashing protocols designed by the corresponding device maker. For example, if you want to flash a Samsung Galaxy device, you must install the Samsung USB driver package beforehand.
On some occasions, the OEM drivers aren't enough. Perhaps you've stumbled upon a no-name generic tablet, or the flash mode interface of your shiny new phone has yet to get an official driver from its maker. In that case, you can forcibly install an existing driver package for a similar USB interface through Device Manager. 2b1af7f3a8