SP flash tools are widely used to download/update the firmware of MediaTek android phones. Using this one can revive a dead android phone, resetting, fixing a bricked device. It can also be used for testing memory.
Note: backup your android device before beginning this process.
- The latest version of the SP flash tool. Click here To Download.
- Working USB cable.
- MediaTek android phone.
- MediaTek USB driver. Click here To Download.
- Scatter file (for flashing android).
- Working internet connection.
Note: Every particular android phones have a particular firmware, use the one which is for your android else it can be bricked or even dead.
Steps To Flash The Phone
Step 1: Install the drivers and update them.
Step 2: Unzip the downloaded SP Flash tool and launch flash_tool.exe.
Step 3: You can see the different options, now locate the Scatter-loading File and choose the Android_scatter.txt from the firmware folder.
Step 4: Choose Download Only and begin the download.
Step 5: After downloading it connect your phone through the USB to the computer/laptop. (NOTE: your phone should be switched off)
Step 6: The phone will start flashing immediately after connecting it to your computer/laptop.
Step 7: Wait for a while the downloading will be done and a green tick will appear on the screen.
Step 8: Disconnect the USB and turn your phone on, it should work fine.
If the process stops automatically then choose the Format All + Download option and follow the above steps carefully.
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