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[Q] [MTK Tool] Flash Backup from other Device without Brick?

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By J0s3f, Member on 7th July 2014, 07:57 AM
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Hi,
I bought a Alcatel Onetouch T'POP 4010D Phone.
Because the internal Space is so small, I wanted to use Apps2ext, and the simplest way seemed to flash a rom.
So I rooted the phone, installed cwm and installed Xperia Z rom.
Sadly, I flashed a wrong rom, so my phone now only detects one SIM.
I made a Backup with CWM, but this doesn't seem to be enough. I can restore, but I still have the wrong ROM!

I have another Phone, totally unmodified! How can I read the Stock ROM of my second phone, restore it to the first and have it working.
I don't accidentally want to flash config settings that are phone specific (e.g. IMEIs).
I guess MTK Tool is the way to go?
Can you please tell me, what exactly I have to restore to get the Stock rom on my second phone but don't brick it?
 
 
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Yes, its possible to restore from the a mtk_droid_tools backup of thre other
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Originally Posted by J0s3f

Hi,
I bought a Alcatel Onetouch T'POP 4010D Phone.
Because the internal Space is so small, I wanted to use Apps2ext, and the simplest way seemed to flash a rom.
So I rooted the phone, installed cwm and installed Xperia Z rom.
Sadly, I flashed a wrong rom, so my phone now only detects one SIM.
I made a Backup with CWM, but this doesn't seem to be enough. I can restore, but I still have the wrong ROM!

I have another Phone, totally unmodified! How can I read the Stock ROM of my second phone, restore it to the first and have it working.
I don't accidentally want to flash config settings that are phone specific (e.g. IMEIs).
I guess MTK Tool is the way to go?
Can you please tell me, what exactly I have to restore to get the Stock rom on my second phone but don't brick it?

Its possible this way without any problems of bricking
Do a a backup with mtk_droid_tools of the second phone (unmodified or stock). Restore the backup with sp_flash_tool unto the first phone (with problems). Follow all procedures correctly and you will have a successful restore
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