The phone comes with a 5.00-inch touchscreen display with a resolution of 720 pixels by 1280 pixels at a PPI of 294 pixels per inch. Lenovo A6000 price in India starts from Rs. 7,499. The Lenovo A6000 is powered by 1.2GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 MSM8916 processor and it comes with 1GB of RAM. Over the period of time, your Lenovo A6000 may get some bugs, problems. these problems can be fixed by flashing stock firmware on your phone. This article provides Lenovo A6000 flash file and step by step flashing tutorial.
Things to remember before flashing Lenovo A6000
- Your Lenovo A6000 gets complete format, so all data will be erased. Make sure to take backup of all your data.
- To flash Lenovo A6000, you need proper USB drivers installed on your computer.
- Before flashing phone should be charged above 50%.
- Follow all steps carefully, a wrong procedure may brick your device.
How to Flash Lenovo A6000 flash file – step by step guide
Follow below steps to flash stock firmware on Lenovo A6000.
Step1: At first, download Lenovo A6000 flash file from below download section.
Step2: Now, extract downloaded zip file using WinRAR/WinZip.
Step3: Here, open flash folder and open flash tool
Step4: Now open flashtool.exe file.
Step5: Now in the opened new window in the download section, click on scatter loading file option.
Step6: select map file from the flash file folder and click open.
Step7: click on download button(green colored)
Step8: Now, turn off your phone and connect it your computer using USB cable
Step9: Flash tool automatically detect your phone and flashing process will start.
After successful flashing, remove the phone and turn it ON.
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Download Lenovo A6000 flash File
File name – Lenovo_A6000_S034_Q113507_20170301-Lenovo_A6000_S034_Q113507_20170301.zip
File Size – 1.3 GB
Download link –
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