[Flash File] Gionee Gpad G1 Firmware Download [Stock Rom]

[Flash File] Gionee Gpad G1 Firmware Download [Stock Rom]

Gionee Gpad G1 firmware Download.

This is a stock rom for Gionee Gpad G1.

Gionee Gpad G1 firmware Download.

Gionee Gpad G1 Firmware Information

Rom NameGionee Gpad G1 Stock Firmware Rom
Based OnAmigo OS
Rom OS VersionAndroid 4.0 Sandwich
Rom TypeOdexed
Socs versionMT6589
Software neededSP Flash Tool
Stock OS VersionUnknown
CompressZip format
DriversMTK Drivers
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How to Flash Gionee Gpad G1 Firmware

Gionee Gpad G1 is an MT6589 phone which means you will need an SP Flash Tool to flash Gionee Gpad G1 stock rom.

Gionee Gpad G1 Firmware
[/media-credit] Gionee Gpad G1 Firmware

Requirements to flash Gionee Gpad G1 Firmware

Note that flashing a Gionee Gpad G1 firmware to your phone erases everything in your phone including contents in internal storage. It is always very advisable to backup your contents to an external storage or a PC. If your phone is bricked and can’t be accessed, I guess there is nothing you can do.

Follow this procedure below if you wish to flash Gionee Gpad G1 Stock Rom.

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Flash Gionee Gpad G1 Firmware using SP Flash tool.

  • Download SP Flash Tool to your PC.
  • Download Firmware.
  • Extract the software to your desired folder.
  • Look for flash_tool and launch it.
  • Minimise Sp Flash Tool window.
  • Locate the downloaded Gionee Gpad G1 stock rom.
  • Extract the file from ZIP or Rar format.
  • Open SP Flash Tool.
  • Click on Scatter-loading.
  • Locate the scatter file on the extracted Gionee Gpad G1 stock rom folder.
  • Select the scatter file in the directory.
  • Wait for it to load the files.
  • Power OFF your Gionee Gpad G1.
  • Click on Download.
  • Connect your Gionee Gpad G1 while OFF to begin Flashing.
  • Done.

First of all, Please, Remember to uncheck preloader option before flashing a stock firmware or stock rom on your phone.

It always bricks some phone and you don’t need that.

If you don’t install all the necessary drivers, you may experince issues detecting your phone with the PC.

John Daniel

My interest and love for Mobile development especially Android and Technology stuff led me in opening BlogTheTech, I am on my 20s and an undergraduate of Electrical Electronics Engineering.

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