It could be for backup purposes, just in case something goes wrong, or to restore it on another compatible device, for further modification/development, and so on. Open the application again and select “Manage and Restore Backup” and then restore. After that, we choose “Backup & Restore” from the app homepage. Congratulations, You have successfully installed Cell C Titan Stock ROM using SPD Flash tool. Started as a blog in 2010 where we just share tutorials, guides and latest tech news. We’ve been listed as one of the top tech blog sites in the Philippines. But after a long hiatus this platform has expanded to more than just a blog.
Previously, we have also shared a tutorial to flash stock firmware on any Huawei smartphone or tablet using the Card Update method. Since the phone’s release, the progress in the developer community took some refreshing turns with support for TWRP recovery and root. However, customization is not everybody’s cup of tea and many realize it later on.
- To start off, install the Android SDK Platform Tools on your PC or computer.
- When chosing option 1 or 2 it is a tradeoff between how much you value the backup vs how much hassle you are willing to put up with.
- That will take you to a stock, unrooted ROM, with stock recovery stock firmware as well.
- If you wish to take a complete backup of your device, then you should give Dr.Fone – Phone Backup (Android) a try.
The first step of the process is to download the stock ROM (also known as a ‘flash file’) for your MediaTek device. Certain device manufacturers like Xiaomi, Vivo, and Oppo have been known to provide stock ROM files that could be flashed using the SP Flash Tool. If you’re looking for the correct firmware file for your device, we’d suggest you start by going through your device’s section over at XDA-Developers forums. Through this page, you can download the SP Flash Tool (Smart Phone Flash Tool) for MediaTek Android devices. This includes the latest version v5.2020, as well as all previous versions.
- However, you’ll need an unlocked bootloader, a device with TWRP support, and a little know-how to make it happen.
- To keep this process as simple as possible, you might use a cloud-based solution with automatic backups that manage themselves.
- You won’t find any of the options in the stock recovery except HARD RESET.
- To take a full backup of your device in order to restore it later, you will be required to boot into TWRP recovery.
- Even if you’re familiar with using TWRP, it’s worth keeping on hand for making backups over ADB, or installing factory images more quickly.
Unlike the Apple OS, Android does not have facilities like ‘iCloud’ which assist in backing up data without having the requirement to root the device. Thus, Android largely lacks a comprehensive solution for backing up apps and data.