Originally Posted by Boocy
I am sorry, but I might have miss understood you.. Are you trying to say that it is impossible to get image out of the phone with SPFT without the root? Because by "creating a backup" I meant on that. And that is possible, at least it worked for me on 3 phones so far.
About the credit thing, noted, I'll edit my first post.
Sorry for any confusion on that part, Yes you can pull files from phone using SPFT without being rooted. But in order to use MTK DT to make a back up the device needs to either be rooted or at least have an insecure kernel to use the back up function in MTK DT.
By following your directions above to pull the stock recovery img with SPFT then use MTK DT to port a CWM based recovery that is compatible with your specific device and flashing it to your device first then allows you to root very easily by flashing a superuser.zip (or superSU.zip). I remember the days of having to use unpack and repack scripts with plug ins in the android kitchen to port CWM or TWRP to these MTK devices but Rua1 made it quite simple by adding these functions into MTK so it does all the work for you on the most part now. Or were you meaning pull the stock boot.img and have MTK use it to make an insecure boot.img and flash that to phone, as it allows you to use back up function?
*EDIT* You were perhaps meaning use SPFT to pull a complete back up from phone first, before rooting? That is possible without root, you just cant use back up function in MTK DT without root
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