YGDP Tool is a small application for Windows Computer that allows you to flash or install .cpb firmware on any Mobile Devices.
Here on this page, we have shared the latest version of the YGDP Tool and the previous versions.
Installer and Portable:
It comes as an installer and portable application. However, the installer version needs to be installed on the computer to use it. At the same time, you can use portable versions like v4.06 and v5.00 without installing them on the computer.
It allows you to flash or install .cpb firmware on mobile devices. First, download and extract the computer > Launch the Tool > Click on Config button > Load the .cpb firmware > Click on Start to begin the flashing or installation process.
Flash Pre-Resource File:
It allows you to flash or install the Pre-Resource file (.img) on your Mobile Device. To Flash or install the Pre-Resource file: Open YGDP Tool > Click on the Config > Click on the Browse button under the Please Select Pre-Resource file option > Locate the .img file you want to flash or install on the device > Click on the Start button to begin the installation.
It allows you to check the device name, eMMC CID, fuse info, and instrument info (this feature is only available for Qualcomm devices).
YGDP 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 of the tool, then use the following links to get it on the computer:
v4.06: YGDP_Tool_V4.06.zip (portable)
v5.00: YGDP_Tool_V5.00.zip (portable) – Latest
[*] How to Use: If you want to learn use YGDP Tool to flash or install .cpb Firmware (ROM), then head over to the How to Flash CPB using YGDP Tool page.
[*] YGDP Password: The default password for the YGDP utility is 369 or 9527. You will need this password to launch the Tool.
[*] Driver: If you are looking for the USB Driver compatible with the YGDP Application, then head over to Coolpad Driver page.
[*] Credits: YGDP Application is created and distributed by Coolpad Group Limited. So, full credit goes to them for sharing the tool for free.