Latest SP Flash Tools v5.1520.00 with New MTK Chipset Support

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If you’re looking for a reliable tool to flash your phone with a Mediatek chip, look no further than SP Flash Tool. This powerful software is specifically designed to support a wide range of Mediatek processors, including:

  • MT6595
  • MT6752
  • MT6732
  • MT6753
  • MT6735
  • MT8173
  • MT2601
  • MT6795
  • MT8163
  • MT8590
  • MT6580
  • MT6570

With the latest version of SP Flash Tool, you can easily flash your phone and enjoy improved performance and functionality. Whether you’re a professional phone technician or a DIY enthusiast, this tool is a must-have for anyone working with Mediatek devices.

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Download SP Flash Tools v5.1520.00

Supported OS : Windows XP / Windows 7 / Windows 8 / Windows 8.1 / Windows 10 both 32 and 64-bit

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SP Flash Tool: A Solution for MTK Devices

If you’re working with devices running on MediaTek (MTK) processors, such as smartphones, tablets, or watches, SP Flash Tool 5.1604 is a valuable program for flashing and backing up device firmware. Compatible with MT65xx, MT67xx, and MT83xx devices, this tool can help in critical situations but requires careful use to avoid damaging your device. Always read instructions with firmware carefully.

SP Flash Tool v5.1604 is a small application for Windows computers, which allows you to Flash or install the Stock Firmware on devices powered by MediaTek Chipset. Here on this page.

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How to Disable Driver Signature Verification on Windows 8, 8.1, and 10

Are you trying to install drivers on your Windows device but encountering issues due to driver signature verification? Disabling this feature can help. In this guide, we’ll walk you through the steps to disable driver signature verification on Windows 8, 8.1, and 10.

Windows 8:

  1. Press Win + I and navigate to Change computer settings > General > Special boot options > Restart now.
  2. When shutting down, click Diagnostics > Advanced Options > Boot Options > Restart.
  3. Select “Disable mandatory driver signature verification” from the menu.
  4. Install drivers according to instructions.

Windows 8.1:

  1. Press Win + I and navigate to Settings > Change PC settings > Update and recovery > Recovery > Restart now.
  2. When shutting down, click Diagnostics > Advanced Options > Boot Options > Restart.
  3. Press F7 and wait for the computer to restart.
  4. Install drivers according to instructions.

Windows 10:

  1. Hold down the Shift key and restart your computer.
  2. Release the Shift key and select “Diagnostics”.
  3. Choose “Advanced Options” and then “Boot Options”.
  4. Click “Restart” and wait for the system to boot.
  5. Press F7 to disable driver signature verification.
  6. Install drivers according to instructions.
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