Manufacturing Flash Tool is a small service tool that allows you to flash stock firmware on Intel Dual OS based Android and Windows Tablets.
Here on this page, we have shared the latest version of the Manufacturing Tool and the previous versions.
Features of Manufacturing Flash Tool
It comes as an installer application, which means you need to install it on the computer to use it. Install the Intel Drivers and then install the application, and you are ready to use them.
It allows you to flash the stock firmware on the devices which support Dual Operating systems, including Android and Windows OS. Of course, your Dual OS-based device should have an Intel chipset to get it detected by the application.
It allows you to set the custom configurations, including Detect Test OS, Test OS VID, Test OS PID, Detect Completed OS, Completed OS VID, Completed OS Boot Time, Check Battery Voltage, Min Battery Voltage, Settings Password, Fastboot Cmd Sleep Time, BYT Flash Mode, Identical SOC Serials and BYT CR Different Serials.
It allows you to see the Statistics of Successful Flash, the Number of Flash Tried, and the Number of Flash failures. By default Statics panel isn’t displayed, to enable this option you need to select Display Statistics option in settings.
Download Manufacturing Flash Tool
Manufacturing Tool 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, then use any of the following links to get it on your computer:
[*] How to use: If you want to learn to use the Manufacturing Tool to Flash or install the .xml Firmware, then head over to How-to use Manufacturing Flash Tool page.
[*] Compatible Driver: Manufacturing Tool best works with the iSoc and Intel USB Driver. You should install the drivers first in order to run the application successfully.
[*] Solve wdapi1140.dll Error: If you are facing the wdapi1140.dll error, then it means you have NOT installed the iSoc Driver on the computer.
[*] Credits: Manufacturing Flash Tool is created and distributed by Intel Corporation. So, full credit goes to them for sharing the application for free.