SP Flash Tool v5.1624 Free Download For Linux

SP flash tool is an Android SmartPhone application which allows you to easily flash stock ROM and install custom ROMs on your android phone. This tool only allows flash custom recovery to MediaTeck based android devices and it works devices which comes with scatter file. So you should have been installed MTK drivers before flashing. SmartPhone flash software help to upgrade or downgrade your android SmartPhone firmware in just few clicks


SP FlashTool Main Features:

[*] Flash stock ROM - Upgrade and downgrade firmwares.
[*] Flash recovery - Flash custom recovery to MTK based SmartPhones.
[*] Memory test - Memory Check and verify.
[*] Parameter settings - Read and write parameters on your device.
[*] Format device.

Preparations Before flashing with MTK Flash Tool:

You should fulfil following requirements before the SPFlash process
[*] Pc and the phone that hope to flashing
[*] USB data cable
[*] Manually installed MTK - VCOM drivers
[*] Scatter file + Files to be flashed.
[*] Download SmartPhone Flash Tool.
[*] Minimum 50% charged battery.
[*] Backup the device.

How to use SPFlash Tool:

[*] Open the latest SPFlashTool and scatter loading file.
[*] Select the scatter file for your device.
[*] Unchecked the all boxes.
[*] Then click recovery from the list and find the recovery image open that you need to flash.
[*] The Recovery should be only one checked and others are unchecked.
[*] Turn off your phone, click the flash tool download button.
[*] Connect the device with PC.
[*] MTK Flash will detect your device and it will flash the recovery.
[*] If green circle appear it means flash is completed.
[*] If the computer cannot be detected your device re install the drivers.

Note:

This is an advanced software tool, so use SPFlashTool if you have complete knowledge of it and always use the latest sp flash versions.



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SP Flash Tool v5.1624 Free Download For Linux SP Flash Tool v5.1624 Free Download For Linux Reviewed by 9Jarom on March 08, 2018 Rating: 5