How to Format Micromax A67. Micromax A67 Flash File download and step by step guide.

In this article, we have provided Micromax A67 flash file to fix software related issues. You can flash stock ROM on Micromax A67 by following below guide.

This guide is about flashing pac ROM using SPD upgrade tool for Spreadtrum chipsets.

Make sure before flashing

  • your phone should be charged above 50%
  • Take bachup of all files, as this process erase all internal storage data.
  • follow all steps exactly , incorrect step may lead to brick/damage your device.

How to flash Micromax A67 – Step by Step Guide

Step1: At first, download Micromax A67 flash file from below download section.

Step2: Now, download spd flash tool from this link.

Step3: Extract downloaded spd flash tool zip

Step4: Now, from the list click on download upgrade option.

Micromax A67 flash file using SPD flash tool

Step5: Here, SPD flash tool window shows on your screen.

Step6: Turn off your phone and connect it to the computer using the USB cable.

Step7: In SPD upgrade tool click on Load Packed button on the top side.

Micromax A67 flash file using SPD flash tool

Step8: select downloaded pac of your device ROM and open it in SPD tool.

Step9: Once, pac file is added, click on start downloading button.

Micromax A67 flash file using SPD flash tool

Step10: wait for the process to be completed. During the process, your device may restart automatically several times.

Step11: After successful flashing, you can now see the green colored success message.

Step12: Now you have successfully flashed Micromax A67 stock firmware on your device.

You can now turn ON your device and check the Android version.

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Download Micromax A67 flash file/Stock ROM

Name – Micromax_A67_FOREIGN_V1.1.8-Micromax_A67_FOREIGN_V1.1.8.zip

File size – 301 MB

Link –

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I hope this article helped you in Micromax A67 flash file. Visit again for more phone related queries.

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