Flash Tool program allows each owner's smartphone or tablet based on MTK CPU to update device firmware. So that device looks like a new and also start to work much faster.

For full firmware needed

  • Compatible driver for your device;

  • New firmware file;

  • Flash Tool program.


Flash Tool driver installation is important step. The Windows operating system is not always install a driver on devices with MTK CPU and installation must be completed manually. You need to download the latest version of driver.

Driver can be installed by running the installation package or installed via Device Manager. Installation through the installer is simple - you need to run it. You can download driver at the home page by selecting universal-driver option.


The firmware should be configured to load through FlashTool program.

Selecting the firmware file in Flash Tool program


  • You need to press in the running program Scatter-Loading button. It is responsible for selecting the firmware version.

    The file you need to select is in the main firmware folder and ends with the extension _emmc.txt;

  • How to use Flash Tool? Try to find out a lot of people, and most of them after flashing device hangs on the logo and does not start. To avoid this, you need to click on checkBox DA DL All With Check Sum;

  • Click Firmware Upgrade button;

  • Click Download button;

  • Connect the Android device to your computer using a USB cable;

  • Press increase or decrease volume button on the device to initialize;

  • After all of that, you must wait until you see the green circle on the background of the program. Your device firmware is updated, and you can reset it;

  • Close the Flash Tool program and disconnect device from computer.

Starting the firmware update process in SP Flash Tool

Flash Tool instruction provide you to update the firmware or restore device back to life, if before it did not even turn on or boot.

Attention! All actions you perform on your own risk. For damaged devices Flash-Tool.com site is not responsible.

All actions you perform on your own risk. For damaged devices Flash-Tool.com site is not responsible.