Monday, December 3, 2018

How to Flash Stock ROM using SP Flash Tool MTK device only

    How use sp flash tools to flash bricked phone 

    Today, I'm going to explain different ways to unbrick or flash your bricked, dead phone and boot-loop phones with sp flash tools.
    Noted: This step is available for those whom have the Stock Rom.
    •  At first download mtk USB driver and then install it on your computer.

    What is MTK driver?
    In short description, the driver let your PC and dead or bricked Android phone communicate together through USB cable.
    The driver contains both preloader and lot more to make the communication possible.
    I'm going to drop the link for latest mtk driver below.
    Download MTK driver both 64 & 32 bit.
    Now, I'm going to explain how amateur will install the driver.
    I'm going to explain in three ways and why?

    It's because we get active three window version which are listed below:

    1.  Window 7
    2. Window 8
    3. Window 10 Most difficult window I ever see in times of hacking and editing, well it's pretty cool for amateur users

    Window 7

    It's pretty cool for installation, once the installation is about to complete. The window will pop up and make sure you click force driver signature enable. I have mentioned earlier, it's pretty cool on window 7. Even for the amateur
    For the next update of this post all picture will be included. But come along with me for now.



    Mediatek USB Driver is a major driver for any mtk firmware to be installed or flash by a sp flash tool or some other flashing tool. Either pc do not identify your device without a MediaTek preloader  VCOM  USB port driver you'll hit the download button of the sp  tool with no response.

    Several guys deal with a lot of difficulties when installing vcom port driver as it has to be done by hand. But now I am going to explain where to install the USB VCOM Port Driver on your Windows PC with MediaTek Preloader. It is advisable to disable driver signature enforcement for people who use on  Windows 10 Windows 8, 8.1 because a driver has not been signed. However you can omit this step for all guys who are windows 7 users or older. 

    How to Disable Driver Signature Enforcement In Windows 8, 8.1 and 10 Press the combination button (i.e Window + F on your keyboard) and search box will pop up and search for pc settings. Click on the Settings PC as shown in your search results > > 

    Hit the Update And  Recovery

     > > Recovery. Tap the Restart Now under Advanced Startup.

     Click Troubleshoot to refresh or reset your PC or use advanced tools. Choose  Advanced Options and Pick the Startup Settings (change windows startup behavior) then click Restart. 

     Your Computer will reboot during this process and try to disabled driver signature as you see the function key.
    Once you have completed the step, you can now install the mtk driver without any hassle.


    Skip the step if it's already installed on your computer.

    •  Now download sp flash tool latest version is recommended and extract it on your PC.
    •   Turn off your android smartphone do not panic if it's dead phone, your phone is about to resurrect and if it is removable, remove the battery.
    •  Extract stock rom or custom rom on your computer.
    •  Now open sp flash tool extracting folder and double-click on flash_tool.exe.
    •  When sp flash tool is open click on scatter-loading as seen below;

    •  Now find the scatter-file in the stock rom folder from your computer and double-click on it as seem below;
    • To start flashing process click on the download button.
    •  Now connect your dead device to your PC using USB cable with battery or without battery and at the same time press and hold down volume down or volume up key so that your computer easily detects your smartphone and start your phone flashing. If you encounter any error drop the comment; I will work on it for you.
    •  A green tik mark will appear when the flashing process is completed. Feel free to remove your device and boot it up.
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