PhoenixCard is a small application for windows computer, which allows you to create a bootable image of android firmware (.img) on an SD Card or Micro SD Card.
Here on this page, we have managed to share the latest version of PhoenixCard and the previous versions.
It comes as a portable application, which means you don’t have to install the computer tool to use it. Download and extract the tool package on the computer > Open PhoenixCard.exe to Launch the Tool.
It allows you to flash or install the stock firmware on devices running on AllWinner Chipset. All you need to have the correct firmware (.img based) of your mobile device > Launch the Tool > Click on IMG File Button > Locate the .img firmware on the computer > Connect the SD Card to the Computer > Click on Burn.
Supports Allwinner Chipset:
It comes in support of the devices running on the AllWinner Chipset. Once you have installed the provided USB Driver on the computer > Connect the SD Card to the Computer > Click on the Burn button on the tool to write the firmware on the SD card, which can be flashed installed on Mobile devices.
Format to Normal:
Once you have flashed the .img firmware on the SD memory, it can be read by the RomBoot of the motherboard of your device. If You don’t want to update or upgrade the device unexpectedly, you can format or clean the SD memory to Normal using the PhoenixCard.
Download PhoenixCard Tool
PhoenixCard 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 the computer:
[*] How to use Phoenix Card Tool: If you want to learn to use Phoenix Card Tool, then head over to the How to use Phoenix Card Tool page.
[*] Caution: Flashing or installing firmware using the PhoenixCard Tool will wipe the data from the device. Therefore, we recommend you take a backup of your data before using the tool.
[*] Credits: Phoenix Card is created and distributed by Allwinner Technology Co. LTD. So, full credit goes to them for sharing the tool for free.