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I found this, which isn't really universal since it defines a bunch of specific device IDs to identify them and is outdated anyway. There's also this pull request posted on that project's GitHub page and also another repo containing a dead link to already singed driver (or more precisely, signed INF that identifies ADB interface by the universal compatible ID). So what are my options? Anyone found such a driver/INF that can be just installed and forgotten about or do I have to go the signing the modified android_winusb.inf with self-signed certificate route if I don't want to disable driver signature enforcement and such? So far, my phone has used like 6 different device IDs to identify itself and under certain circumstances, I even have to re-install the official driver/INF for it to work again and confirming that I do want it installed, even if device ID doesn't match. Windows should really have universal ADB driver at this point, like it does for USB mass storage devices...
Good News ! http://blog.livedoor.jp/blackwingcat/archives/1918790.html I tried USB tethering with iPad mini 4. http://blog.livedoor.jp/blackwingcat/archives/1918650.html I tried USB tethering with Nexus 5X. It requires RNDIS Driver for Windows 2000.