Download Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket Phone USB Drivers

Yesterday I needed the latest Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket Android Phone USB driver, however, the Samsung site was down 🙁 In case you are in a similar situation, here is a download mirror of the latest Samsung driver:

[download id=”10482″ format=”1″]

s2 link

download was tested with AVG anti-virus and installed on Windows 7. Below is the official Samsung driver site if it is currently working.


Support - AT&T Cell Phones SGH-I727 | Samsung Cell Phones

Support – AT&T Cell Phones SGH-I727 | Samsung Cell Phones OS Release Date Language Size (MB) Download File Device(Install),USB Driver (Software) (ver.v1_3_2200_0) Title SGH-I727 (GS II Skyrocket for AT&T) USB Drivers…

This driver is needed in order to connect your phone to a Windows computer/PC/laptop via a USB cable, the driver allows your computer to communicate and recognize your phone and can be used in the root/rooting process and to flash CM9 etc. to your phone.

If you find this driver useful, please let me know in the comments and rate it if you can 🙂

PS The SGSII Skyrocket recently received ICS but this USB driver is listed as still working with ICS, woot for ice cream sandwich! 🙂 



  • Firmy

    goodness gracious thank you for the download mirror! I could not get to the Samsung site either for some reason but your download did the trick right up. five out of five stars and thanks again may peace be with you

  • Thank you for your kind comment Firmy. I am glad the drivers were helpful for you!

    Best regards,

  • will

    Both Downloads arn’t working for myself!! What do I do?

    • Hi Will,
      Thank you for your comment. I am sorry to hear about your issue! Can you elaborate on what isn’t working? Also, are you using the Samsung Galaxy S2 on AT&T, or another network?

      Best regards,

  • Karen

    I’ve tried downloading this driver multiple times and my phone still isn’t recognized! It charges, but I get the “USB device not recognized” message. I didn’t have this problem until recently. I’m using an AT&T Samsung Galaxy S2 Skyrocket. I know I can use wireless transfer, but I like using the USB method for some specific things..

    • Hi Karen,
      Thank you for your comment. I too like to use USB transfer sometimes when wireless is too slow or a hassle. Unfortunately I know longer have a S2 Skyrocket available for testing 🙁 so I cannot troubleshoot the issue.

      If another commenter has a solution or a different driver to try I will make sure to email you and let you know!

      Sorry to not be of more help!

      Best regards,

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