Flashing stock firmware on an Android device is now becoming a cakewalk thanks to the improved technology. We are referring to the flash tools which a layman smartphone user can use themselves to install firmwares. One such tool is the latest FW Factory Tool v2.33. It is exclusively used for flashing stock firmware on devices that run on Rockchip processors. The Factory Tool v2.33 is a more improved version of the software. Previously, the older version v2.1 had a bug which caused erroneous restore of backups. Same has now been resolved with v2.33. The tool comes from Rockchip Inc(Developer). It’s free to download and use. In this post, we have put up the download link for this tool and a basic guideline to use it. Check it out below. Using it is fairly simple.
Download FW Factory Tool V2.33
Here is the download link for the FW Factory Tool. The downloadable zip file is of 23 MB.
FW Factory Tool V2.33: Download
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How to Use FW Factory Tool
Before installing this tool, you need a few things with you. Some basic hardware and essential software. We have listed them in the section below. Check it out.
- Your Android device
- A PC/Laptop (running Windows OS)
- A USB cable
- Depending on your device, you must install the specified device driver.
- Take a complete backup of your device data before proceeding with any process.
- Download and install the Universal ADB Driver on your system.
Using the FW Factory Tool
Step-1 Download the FW Factory Tool v2.33 to your PC.
Step-2 Extract the executable file to any folder/directory of your computer.
Step-3 Connect your Android phone to your PC using the USB cable.
Step-4 Wait till the PC detects your device then you can ensure the connection is properly done. Otherwise, try to reconnect your device.
Step-5 Then launch the tool.
Step-6 Then select the device and the browse for the firmware.
That’s all you have to do. Rest of the installation process will be taken care of by the FW Factory Tool v2.33. So, if you use a rockchip based Android device, then to flash the firmware makes use of the FW Factory.