1. Rooting Done
2. Custom Recovery Done
4. Custom Roms
4. Custom Roms
Flashing Stock Rom (Unbricking)
Did you bricked your device ? are you looking for a way to fix it? If yes, Follow the steps given below.. This tutorial will take you through the fixing process. This method is compatible only with the mtk devices. So, lets start.
Stock Rom - Click Here!
[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AoIg9-epPcM]For steps, watch this video. This is made for Micromax Unite2, so you must use 'Download' option instead of 'firmware>upgrade' in SP Flash tools.
You can use Kingroot or framaroot to get root access.
Kingroot - Click Here!
Recovery + Patched Boot - Click Here!
SP Flash Tools + Drivers - Click Here!
Mobile Uncle Tools - Click Here!
Backup your IMEI/NVRAM
Step 1: Open Settings > About Phone (tap on 'build number' for 7 times.)
Step 2: Go back, Then open 'Developer Options'.
Step 3: Enable USB debugging.
Step 4: Open MTKdroidTools on PC & connect your phone via USB cable.
Step 5: In MTKdroidTools click ROOT and grant root permission in phone.
Step 6: Click IMEI/NVRAM.
Step 7: Click Backup.
Making a Nandroid Backup
Step 1: Make sure at least 3-4 GB space is free in external sd card. The backup size can be 2 GB, 3 GB or even more depending on installed apps and data size.
Step 2: Reboot to recovery (Switch off phone. Press vol up + vol down + power button to reboot to recovery).
Step 3: Press vol down to select backup and restore then press power button.
Step 4: Select backup then press power button.
Step 5: Wait for backup to complete. If shows error while backing up data then reboot phone and delete unsuccessful backup from clockworkmod folder and delete some more files to free space in sd card. Repeat from step 1.
Step 6: You'll see Backup Complete! after successful backup. Now you can use this backup to restore system if you face any error in future like bootloop or soft brick. You can also use this nandroid backup to revert back from new ROM. The backup is stored in clockworkmod folder in external SD card.
Warning: Never try to edit nandroid backup files. Keep nandroid backup in SD card as it is. Tips: Don't forget to delete old nandroid backup after taking new backup. You can also keep two or more nandroid backups for safety.
(for stock Rom)