These are the instructions to use Amlogic Flash Tool to flash or install boot image or recovery images on devices powered by Amlogic Chipset.
Requirements: You need to have a physical Amlogic powered device to follow the below guidelines.
Step 1: Download and install Amlogic USB Driver on your computer (if Amlogic Driver is already installed on the computer, then SKIP this step).
Step 2: Download and extract the Amlogic Flash Tool on your Computer. After extracting, you will be able to see the following files:
Step 3: Now, Open AMLogicFlashTool.exe to launch the tool.
Step 4: Once Amlogic Flash Tool is launched, you will be able to see the following window:
Step 5: Now, Click on the Connect Button.
Step 6: Now, Enter the IP address of your Amlogic Device (you can find the IP address of your Amlogic device from > Setting > About > IP). And Click on the Connect Button.
Step 7: Once, your device is connected, you will be able to see Green Connected Message in the Footer:
Step 8: Now, Under I am Flashing, choose an option Between Boot Image or Recovery Image by clicking on the checkbox (for example, we are going to flash recovery image).
Step 9: Now, Click on the Browse button and locate the .img file from your computer (you can find the .img file in the stock firmware of your device).
Step 10: Now, Click on the Flash button to begin the Flashing process.
Step 11: Once Flashing is completed, you will see a Success message in the Log area.
Congratulations! Now, Close the Flash Tool on your Computer and Restart the Device.
[*] Caution: Flashing boot.img, recovery.img or any custom block may brick the device and void the warranty. Therefore, we recommend you to take a backup of your data before using the Flash Tool.
[*] Amlogic USB Driver: If you are looking for the original Amlogic Driver then head over to the Download Amlogic Driver page.
[*] Alternative: Amlogic USB Burning Tool is the best alternative to Amlogic Flash Tool. It allows you to flash the Stock firmware on your Amlogic Devices.
[*] Credits: Amlogic Flash Tool is created and distributed by Ricky Divjakovski (Xda developer). So, full credits go to him for sharing the Application for free.