MediaTek Flash Tool v.3.1108.00

Version: 3.1108.00Size: 23.57 MBytesAdded: License: Freeware
Type: Windows 2000/XP/XP 64-bit/Vista/Vista 64-bit/7/7 64-bit

MediaTek Flash Tool v.3.1108.00 is a program for flashing and working with chinese mobile phones based on MTK (M6223C, M6235B, M6239X, МТ6229, M6253, MT6252, MT6268 and etc.).

Latest Changes:

  • Bug fixes:
    • [BROM DLL] GUI doesn’t show the WINBOUND flash ID;
    • [DA] MT6252/MT6268 USB Backup & Restore.
  • Enhancements:
    • [BROM DLL] Support to load the long directory file path of the ROM files;
    • [BROM DLL] Pop-up a warning message if current FAT start address is different from the one in ROM files;
    • [DA] MT6252 supports MBA MAUI load download;
    • [DA] MT6252 supports secure USB download;
    • [BROM DLL] MT6252 supports Boot_MAUI.
  • Memory support:
    • Serial Flash memories: SF_FM25Q32, SF_W25Q64CV and SF_W25Q32BV.
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