How to Install Stock ROM on Akai Titanium [Firmware Flash File]

Android always opens the door to various possibilities such as flashing custom ROM or kernel or APK modding etc. So if you have accidentally bricked your device then you can easily install Stock ROM on Akai Titanium. Since Akai Titanium is having a MediaTek processor, you have to use SP Flash tool in order to install Stock ROM in Akai Titanium device. But don’t worry, as today in this guide, we will help you to successfully download and flash Stock ROM in Akai Titanium Android smartphone.

Most smartphone gets hard brick because of the carelessness of users. Most users try to root their device to flash them with infected files. As a result, their devices get a hard brick and then they have to flash Stock firmware on their device. This is very true with Akai Titanium users. But don’t worry, as installing Stock ROM on Akai Titanium is no rocket science. It’s very easy and we will guide you through each step of the process. By following this guide, you can restore or unbrick Akai Titanium back to the previous working condition.

How to Install Stock ROM on Akai Titanium [Firmware Flash File]

Stock ROM on Akai Titanium [Firmware File]

Remember this guide is also very much needed in case of upgrade or downgrade the firmware on Akai Titanium. First of all, download the software, Smartphone Flash Tool on your PC and then flash your phone back to Stock ROM. We request you to read the steps carefully before upgrading Akai Titanium using this guide.

As we said above – installing Stock ROM on Akai Titanium is no rocket science. The actual process of flashing Stock Firmware on Akai Titanium is very easy. All you have to do is simply download the below-given firmware files and tools on your PC and then follow the given instruction to install the Stock ROM on Akai Titanium using SP Flash Tool. Yes, this guide is also helpful to recover, unroot or fix any software malfunctioning problem.

Advantage Of Akai Titanium Stock ROM:

  • Flash Stock To Unbrick your Akai Titanium
  • Flash Stock ROM to Fix the boot loop problem
  • Upgrade and Downgrade Akai Titanium
  • Unroot or Fix Bugs on your phone
  • To fix the lag or stutter on Akai Titanium
  • By flashing Stock ROM, you can solve software problems.
  • Revert back to stock to gain your warranty.

Guide to Flash Stock ROM on Akai Titanium

Today, in this tutorial, we will guide you on how to download and install Stock ROM on Akai Titanium device. If you’re new to this stuff then don’t worry. We will guide you through each step. Just read and follow all the steps carefully.

Advertisements

Firmware Details:

  • Device Supported: Akai Titanium
  • Tool Supported: SP Flash Tool
  • Processor: MediaTek MT6582
  • OS: Android 4.4.2 Kitkat
  • File: Stock ROM

Download Required Files

These are the files which you will be needing to install Stock ROM on Akai Titanium device. So make sure to download them.

Steps to Install Stock Firmware on Akai Titanium

Before installing, make sure to follow the pre-requisite and install the necessary drivers and tools on your PC.

prerequisites

GetDroidTips will not be responsible for any internal/external damages to the device that may happen while/after following this guide. Please proceed if you know what you’re doing!

Instructions to Install Stock ROM on Akai Titanium

After downloading the firmware file for Akai Titanium, you need to use SP Flash Tool to flash the firmware. If you are doing it for the first time then don’t worry. Here is a detailed guide which you can follow to flash stock firmware on Akai Titanium.

Guide to Install Stock ROM using SP Flash tool

Advertisements

Guide to Install Stock ROM using SP Flash tool – Video Tutorial

I hope you installed the Stock ROM on Akai Titanium successfully. If you’re facing any kind of issue during the flashing process, then let us know via the comment section. We will be happy to assist you. Thanks for stopping by and have a nice day!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.