Have you been searching all around for quick and easy steps to flash or unbrick any kind of Android phone or tablet? Then this post is for you.
The method I am going to analyze below has been tested and confirmed working extremely well on phones like the Infinix, Tecno, Gionee, LG, Samsung and iTel.
I will only share with you the quick and easiest method to do this and bring back your device no matter how stubborn it is.
Best Method to Flash/Fix Bricked Android Phones & Tablets
What We Needed:
- MT6577 USB VCOM Driver (W7/Vista/XP) – Download
- MT6577 USB VCOM Driver (W8 + W10) – Download
- USB data cable
- SP Flash Tool – Download
First, make sure that you have MediaTek USB VCOM drivers installed on your PC
How To Start Flashing New ROM
==> Go to the SP Flash Tool to open it (DON’T connect the phone yet)
==> Click “Scatter-loading” button to load the scatter file provided in the downloaded ROM ( you may see something like MT6575_Android_scatter_emmc.txt OR MT6577_Android_scatter_emmc.txt, all depending on the type of phone you have)
==> Ignore any message that may appear
==> Turn off the phone, remove the battery and replace it after some seconds (but don’t turn it ON).
==> Press F9 OR hit the “Download” button)
==> Connect your phone into the computer via USB data cable.
==> The process will start and a red progress bar will appear
==> After the red progress bar is complete, there will appear a purple progress bar (stay calm)
==> Right after the purple progress bar is complete, a message will appear underneath that reads:
“Please insert USB cable in x seconds”
==> Immediately after that, the download will start and you will see a yellow progress bar filling up
==> When the yellow progress bar is complete, you will see a pop-up with a green circle and Download OK message, which means that the flashing process is successful 🙂
==> You can now safely disconnect the phone from the USB cable and turn it on.
The process ends here.
If you have any question(s), I will be here to guide you during the flashing process and even after it.