Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Star Mobile Crystal Firmware, Stock ROM

Before you proceed flashing / hard resetting your phone / tablet make sure to back up your important files if possible. Because we care about your data.

We also suggest that your battery should be atleast 50% or better to have it fully charge, lower than the said value may cause unwanted result, such as bricking your phone / tablet rendering it unuseable. This is very important in flashing your phone / tablet. Use original USB cable as possible.

Files that you downloaded should not be corrupted, if ever the file is corrupted you might brick your phone. Or the flashing will start.

Drivers are very important specially in Spreadtrum Chipset, having an Spreadtrum SPD6610 (non android devices) driver will not work in SPD6820 (android devices).

If you are using laptop to flash your phone, make your that it has enough charge. If your laptop shutdown when your flashing your phone/tablet, you'll end up bricking your phone. Sometimes you can still recover your phone just flash it again and your phone will boot up again. But that is just a case to case basis, if your phone / tablet is deadboot (totally dead,  erased all program in the chip) you can't recover it, you will need to seek professional help (technician).




This Stock ROM/firmware is for Star Mobile Crystal. This is flashable via SP Flash Tool. If you don't have SP Flash Tool, just browse to “Tool” section to the left.

If you don't have the MTK driver you can download it also in "Tool" section.

This Stock ROM/ Firmware is also for iMobile IQ 2, so therefore rebranding your Starmobile Crystal to iMobile IQ 2.

To Flash via SP Flash Tool you can search “Youtube” there are already tutorials on how to flash via SP Flash Tool.

You can find the download link below

Download HERE <<<<< ---- Stock ROM

2 comments:

  1. Just want to thank the uploader of this firmware, I'ved been searching the internet for almost a year now. Till I found this.
    My brother's Starmobile Crystal was bootlooping since changing his fonts, and no CWM/TWRP was installed into it. Thanks to this, I'ved done restoring his phone and it was working fine again. Kudos to this domain. :)

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