GNQC Download Tool is a small application for Windows Computer, which allows you to flash stock firmware (flash file) on Qualcomm Based Devices.
Here on this page, we have managed to share the latest version of the GNQC Tool along with the previous versions.
It comes as a portable application, which means you don’t have to install it on the computer to use it. Download and extract the tool on your computer and open GNQC_DownLoad.exe to launch the application.
All you need to have the correct firmware of your Qualcomm Device > Install the provided Qualcomm Driver > Launch the Tool > Locate the BP and AP Folder > Click on Download to begin the Flashing process.
Multiple Name Path:
There are multiple pathnames available in the tool i.e. CBL8601A, CBW8600A, GBL8906A, GBW870A, GBW8901A, WBW8602, WBW870, and WBW8901. GNQC allows you to choose multiple Name Path to make it more compatible with the devices.
Read Log Files Easily:
Whenever you are trying to flash any firmware on Qualcomm Device using the GNQC Tool, it automatically creates a log file “APLogFile” in the tool folder. This log file helps you to see the errors in the GNQC Tool so that you can make changes easily.
DownLoad GNQC DownLoad Tool
GNQC Tool is compatible with all versions of Windows OS, including Windows XP to Windows 10 (x32 or x64 bit). If in case you were looking for the latest version of the GNQC Tool, then use the following links to get it on your computer:
v220.127.116.11: GNQC_DownLoad_Tool_v18.104.22.168.zip – Latest
[*] Compatibility: GNQC DownLoad Tool is only available for Windows Computer. It supports Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, 8.1 and Windows 10.
[*] How to use GNQC DownLoad Tool: If you want to learn to use GNQC Tool to Flash firmware, then head over to How to use GNQC Tool Page.
[*] Qualcomm USB Driver: We have shared the original Qualcomm USB Driver with the tool. You can find the driver after extracting the tool on your computer.
[*] Credits: GNQC DownLoad Tool is created and distributed by Qualcomm, Inc. So, full credit goes to them for sharing the tool for free.