These are the instructions on how to create Scatter File for MTK Devices including MT6572, MT6577, MT6582, MT6589, MT6592, MT6595.
Requirements: You need to have a MTK chipset based android device, USB cable, and some commonsense to perform easy tasks.
Create Scatter file for MTK Devices
Step 1: Enable USB Debugging mode on your smartphone. To Enable USB Debugging: Settings > Developer Options > USB Debugging (Tick to enable it).
(Developers Option is hidden for Android 4.2.2 or above, to show this option Go to Settings > About Phone > Built Number (Tap on it for 5-8 times).
Step 2: Download and install Android ADB Driver on your computer (compatible with almost every android device).
Step 3: Once driver installation is completed, connect your MTK chipset based android device to the computer through the USB cable.
Step 4: Download MTK Droid Tools and extract it any where on your computer.
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Step 5: After extracting you will be able to see the following files:
Step 6: Now, Open MTKdroidTools.exe file on your computer and wait till it loads your android device information.
Step 7: Once, device information is loaded successfully, click on Blocks Map to continue.
Step 8: Under a new window blocks information will be displayed. Now, you need to click on the Create Scatter File button.
Step 9: Now, it will ask where to save the Scatter File. You can save it anywhere on your computer. Once you are ready click on Save Button to begin the Scatter creating process.
Step 10: That’s It. You have successfully created the scatter file for your device. Congratulations.
Keep in Mind:
[*] The MtkDroidTools.exe file we have shared on this page contains some Android Exploit that allows you to Create Scatter, Take Backup and Root your Device. Due to this Exploit, MtkDroidTools.exe is detected as Trojan by almost every AntiVirus Program.
[*] Mtk Droid Tools also allows you to take a full backup of your Android Stock Firmware, so that you can flash it back whenever you want to.
[*] Credits: MTK Droid Tools is created by Mediatek, INC, so full credits goes to them for the tool.