DloaderR Tool is a small application for Windows Computer, which allows you to flash or install .pac based Stock Firmware (ROM) on devices powered by Spreadtrum/Unisoc Chipset.
On this page, we have managed to share the latest version of the DloaderR Tool and the previous versions.
It comes as a portable application, which means you don’t have to install the DloaderR application on the computer to use it. Instead, download and extract the DloaderR Application on your Computer > Open DloaderR.exe file to launch the Application.
It allows you to Flash or installs Stock Firmware (ROM) on devices powered by Spreadtrum/Unisoc Chipset. All you need to have the correct firmware (.pac) of your Spreadtrum/Unisoc device > Launch the Tool > Load the .pac Firmware > Click on Start Downloading to begin the flashing or installation process (see complete guide).
Support Spreadtrum/Unisoc Chipset:
It comes in support of devices running on the Spreadtrum/Unisoc Chipset, whether it’s a FeaturePhone, Smartphone, or Tablets. After installing the provided SPD Driver on the computer, the DloaderR application can easily detect the connected Spreadtrum/Unisoc device and get ready to flash the firmware on the device.
Support .pac Format:
It supports flashing or installing the .pac based Stock Firmware on the Spreadtrum/Unisoc Chipset devices. You can easily find the .pac based file in the Stock Firmware of your Spreadtrum/Unisoc device.
Download DloaderR Tool
DloaderR Application is compatible with all versions of Windows OS, including Windows XP to Windows 11 (x32 or x64 bit). If in case you were looking for the latest version of the DloaderR Flash Tool, then use the following links to get it on your computer:
v2.9.3: DloaderR_v2.9.3.zip – Latest
[*] How to Use: If you want to learn to use the DloaderR Application to flash or install .pac Firmware (ROM), then head over to How to use DloaderR Tool page.
[*] SPD/Unisoc USB Driver: If you are looking for the original SPD USB Driver, then head over to the SPD Driver page.
[*] Credits: DloaderR is created and distributed by Unisoc Communications. So, full credit goes to them for sharing the Application for free.