MTK Extractor is a small portable application that allows you to extract the contents of system.img and system.new.dat of any Mediatek firmware.
Here on this page, we have shared the latest version of MTK Extractor and 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 the computer, and open MTK_Extractor.exe file to Launch the Tool.
It allows you to extract the contents of any system.img file or system.new.dat file on the computer. Click on the Browse button, locate the system.img or any img file from the computer, and click on the Start button to extract it.
If you have extracted the contents of system.img or any img file for doing some modifications into it, and later you want to repack the img file, then using the MTK Extractor tool, you can do it in a Single Click.
Unpack Boot and Repack Boot.img:
It allows you to extract the contents of any boot.img file and later repack the contents (after doing any modifications) into a boot.img file.
Unpack and repack Recovery.img:
It allows you to extract the contents of recovery.img file, and later you can repack the extracted files into a recovery.img file using this feature.
Download MTK Extractor
MTK Extractor 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 tool, then use the following links to get it on your computer:
v2.6.3: MTK_Extractor_v2.6.3.zip – Latest
[*] How to use: If you want to learn to use the tool to extract the contents of any .img file, then follow How to use MTK Extractor page.
[*] Supports: Beside Mediatek firmware, it also allows you to extract the contents of any .img file of any chipset available in the world.
[*] Alternative Tool: Ext4 Unpacker is the best alternative available, which also allows you to extract the contents of system.img or any .img file.
[*] Credits: MTK Extractor is created and distributed by Mr. Le Hau (senior developer). So, full credit goes to him for sharing the application for free.