The Zebra TC53 and TC58 are rugged mobile computers designed for enterprise and industrial applications. These devices provide robust performance, durability, and advanced features to meet the demanding requirements of various industries.
The TC53 and TC58 are equipped with a powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon processor and run on the Android operating system. They offer seamless integration with enterprise applications, enabling efficient data capture, processing, and communication.
These mobile computers feature a ruggedized design, built to withstand harsh environments and endure drops, spills, and other challenging conditions. They are certified with industry-leading standards for ingress protection (IP) and military-grade durability (MIL-STD 810G), ensuring reliability in demanding industrial settings.
The TC53 and TC58 come with comprehensive data capture capabilities, including barcode scanning, NFC, and optional features such as advanced imaging and RFID. These features enable accurate and efficient data collection for inventory management, asset tracking, and other operational processes.
With wireless connectivity options like Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and cellular connectivity (in certain models), the TC53 and TC58 facilitate real-time communication and enable access to critical information on the go.
Step 1 — Download and extract the Android USB Driver to your PC.
Step 2 — Click Start (Windows) -> Control Panel -> Device Manager (Select Device Manager).
Step 3 — On the Device Manager window find and click on computer name to select Add legacy hardware.
Step 4 — Select Next
Step 5 — Selext Install the hardware that I manually select from a list (Advanced), and click the Next
Step 6 — Select Show All Devices afterward click Next button again.
Step 7 — Click the Have Disk button.
Step 8 — Click Browse button to find the extracted Android ADB Driver -> android_winusb.inf and click on Open.
Step 9 — Click OK.
Step 10 — Now select the Android ADB Interface -> click Next button.
Step 11 — Click Next button again.
Step 12 — Windows Security box will appear, to confirm whether you really want to install the Android USB Driver, so just choose the Install this driver software anyway.
Step 13 — Once you clicked the Finish button, then repeat from step 2 to choose Android Composite ADB Interface.
Step 14 - Done.