Jlinksz TAB910 stock firmware flash file

Use this Jlinksz TAB910 flash file (stock firmware) to restore your device to its default factory state. It will remove root, virus, un-brick, and fix your device if it’s stuck on boot logo. It also fix lag issues on your device, which might have been caused by too many unnecessary files/data on the device.

You should however, consider making a backup of your current firmware, and all other important data on your device. Flashing will completely erase your tablet. Also, only flash your device if you actually know what you’re doing. To avoid messing up your device, or turning it into a brick.

It’s also important that your device is charged up to at least 30% so the process is not interrupted due to shutdown. If there’s a broken link, do not hesitate to report via the comments section or use the contact form.

Tablet Info

Manufacturer: Jlinksz
Model: TAB910
Brand: TAB910
Board: TAB910
Device: TAB910
Hardware: mt6797
Product: TAB910
Serial: 0123456789ABCDEF
Android Version: 4.4 (KitKat)
Installed RAM: 8 GB
Internal Storage Total Space: 127.13 GB
SoC Model: MediaTek Helio X20 (MT6797)
Core Architecture: 4x ARM Cortex-A53 @ 2300 MHz
Screen Resolution: 1280 * 800
Screen Size: 155 mm × 97 mm
Screen Diagonal: 7.19 inches
GPU Renderer: Mali-400 MP

FirmwareDownload
Size413 MB

Flashing instructions

You need tools like SP Flashtool, CM2 or Miracle Box to flash this firmware. Get a working USB cable, then follow the instructions below-

  • Unpack downloaded firmware to an empty folder
  • Make sure you’ve installed the required drivers on your PC.
  • Launch flashtool and load the firmware. You might need to wait a few seconds for it to process completely
  • Now power off your device and click here to read full flashing instructions if using SP Flashtool.

If you need any help on this device or flashing instructions, or you’ve got other contribution- do not hesitate to post in the comments section below. We do our best to reply and answer your questions.

Firmware credit: mr.IamRock, xda

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