How to Flash Smart Phone using Stock Rom Tool

How to Flash Smart Phone using Stock Rom Tool

Here are the instructions to Flash Smart Phone using Stock Rom or any custom rom using Flash Tool (Smart Phone Flash Tool) on Windows Computer.

Requirements: Your Android Smartphone should have at-least 40-50 percent of battery to perform the Flashing Process.

First download the stock ROM zip.file given above and extract it on your PC. You will find the Smart Phone flash tool and Android separate file after extracting.

Step 1: First switch off your Smart Phone and remove the battery.

Now go to the extracted folder and run “Flash_tool.exe” file and also launched it Flash Tool file.

Step 3: Once the Smart Phone Flash tool is launched, then click on Download button.

Step 4: Next click on the Scatter Loading button in the download tab. Scatter Loading button which helps you find Android Scatter.txt file.

Step 6: Click on Android Scatter.txt file and open it on Smart Phone Flash Tool.

Step 7: Now click on Download button to start the flashing process.

Finally connect your Smart Phone Android device to your computer through original USB cable (without battery – if it is battery removable) and press the [volume up] or [volume down] button. Once it is over, you will see the [Download OK] green ring in the Smart Phone Flash Tool.

Now, close the Smart Phone Flash tool on your PC and unplug your smartphone and enjoy it.

Firmware is programming that is written to a non-volatile memory of a hardware device. Stock Firmware file is that the OS in default type, with no modifications created to that a side from any device specific support required to run it on specific device. This Firmware provides regular user expertise of the OS with none useful changes created to that.

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