Qualcomm Flash Image Loader is a small application which is developed for your Windows computer running Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10. This application helps to flash Stock Firmware, Stock Recovery or a Custom Recovery like TWRP, CWM, etc on Qualcomm smartphones and tablets
Here on this page, we have to share the latest version of the QFIL Tool with the all versions.
QFiL is an application specially customized to help its users to flash the stock firmware on their Qualcomm chipset-powered devices easily. By the help of Windows PC tool, you can flash the stock firmware or stock recovery on your Qualcomm device without any technical knowledge. It will definitely save a lot of time and effort for a new user. The tool is compatible with the Windows platform.
Features of Qualcomm Flash Image Loader (QFIL)
You don’t need to install the app. Just download the zip file and extract it. Then simply open the tool and start your flashing process. It’s that easy and portable too.
It helps you to install or flash stock firmware on Qualcomm Devices. All you need to have the correct firmware of your Qualcomm Device > Install the Qualcomm Driver on the Computer > Launch the QFIL Tool > Click on Select Port > Connect the Device using the USB Cable > Under Built Type, Select Flat Built > Click on Browse Button > Locate the .mbn or .elf based firmware > Click on Load XML to Begin the Flashing.
Just like flashing the Stock ROM on Qualcomm running devices, users can also flash any Custom Recovery or Stock Recovery via the tool. You will require to have a recovery image with the .img extension. You can install the popular TWRP Recovery or CWM Recovery by using this tool.
Qualcomm Chipset Support only:
Qualcomm Flash Image Loader is supported only in the Smartphone or Tablet powered by Qualcomm processor.
Support .mbn or .elf Format:
It supports the flashing or installing of firehose .mbn or .elf based Stock Firmware on the Qualcomm Devices, including Smartphone and Tablets. You can easily find the .mbn or .elf file in the Stock Firmware on your Qualcomm Device.