Download LeEco Letv Max Pro X910 official stock firmware from the link here, and follow the provided flashing instructions to learn how to flash the stock rom.
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How to flash Letv Max Pro X910 fastboot ROM
Once you have downloaded the fastboot ROM from the link above, follow instructions below to flash it:
- Extract the contents of the downloaded archive
- Open the extracted folder and confirm that its content look exactly as shown in the screenshot on the right
- Power off your phone completely and wait a few seconds
- Hold volume down and Power button for a few seconds to enter fastboot mode.
- Once in fastboot mode, connect the phone to PC via USB cable
- From the firmware folder double-click runthisfirst.bat
- Once it completes successfully, execute runthissecond.bat
- Wait patiently for it complete flashing. Reboot your phone.
SDcard (Recovery) ROM
How to flash Letv Max Pro X910 SDcard ROM
Step 1: Rename the downloaded zip file to update.zip, and copy it to the root directory of your Device Internal storage.
Step 2: Open the Phone “File Manager” and click the firmware “update.zip” to upgrade Phone firmware.
Step 3: Select “Update” option on the next screen.
Step 1: Download and rename file to update.zip
Step 2: Copy to the root of your internal storage
Step 3: Reboot to recovery mode
Step 4: Select install update from sdcard
Step 5: Wait for the flashing process to complete
Step 6: Reboot phone normally. Done!
How to fix ‘WiFi Disabled’ on Letv Max Pro X910
If after flashing a new ROM on your Letv Max Pro X910 and WiFi indicates “Disabled” in Settings, follow the brief guide below to fix it. Ensure to backup all important data!
- Ensure that your phone is rooted and you can read/write to the device System directory
- Download this WiFi backup file
- Use any file manager app that supports root access (e.g, X-plore, ES File manger, etc)
- Extract the contents of wifi.zip archive and copy the folder ‘wifi‘ to /system/etc. Overwrite the existing wifi folder with the downloaded one.
- Reboot your phone then recheck WiFi in settings, to see it working once again.
Note: Only modify system files of your phone if you know what you’re doing. No one at leakite.com is responsible if you end up crashing your phone.