If you choose the “Original” option, your files will be uploaded to the original size. You can access these backed up images and videos from any Smartphone, PC, Tablet, you have to log in with your Gmail account, and you are good to go. It’s completely free; you are getting a 15 GB cloud storage quota. But if you exhaust the free allotted storage quota, you need to upgrade your plan. You will see two options, “High Quality” and “Original” option on the photos app. If you choose High quality, then the quality of your photos and videos will be slightly reduced.
You can change the 0 to any other number or leave it as it is (ROM_0). Select the location you wish to save the ROM_0 file and click Save. Open the SP Flashtool folder and launch flash_tool.exe SP Flashtool should now open. Unpack the MTK Droid Root & Tools v2.5.3 and SP Flashtool you downloaded above so as to access its contents. I wasn’t able to find anything but maybe I used poor search terms or a good app is in another repository but not in the official F-Droid repo. It offers the same AOSP experience that’s exclusive to Google’s lineup, along with truly tested features.
Or perhaps you’ve installed so many tweaks and mods that you just want to get back to some semblance of normality. Among the file types, select the all the ones you need to back up. Then specify a backup path on PC and click « Backup » to start the Android backup process. Click « Backup » to make the tool to start Android data backup.
It enables the flashing of scatter-based firmware on Mediatek-based Android smartphones. It will assist you in resolving the bootloop issue and unbricking your device. So, if you want to make full use of this tool, download the most recent version of the SP Flash tool from the link below and get started. Yes, there is an alternative MediaTek flash tool called SP MDT Tool. The first step of the process is to download the stock ROM (also known as a ‘flash file’) for your MediaTek device. Certain device manufacturers like Xiaomi, Vivo, and Oppo have been known to provide stock ROM files that could be flashed using the SP Flash Tool.