Next, connect your phone to your computer using the USB cable (without battery – if the battery is removable) and press volume up or volume down button at the same time. Next, switch off your smartphone and take away the battery (if it is removable). The specific Doogee Y6 Firmware comes with a Stock ROM of Doogee Y6. This helps you to bypass FRP lock and revert form root and custom ROM. That will get you started but definitely do a lot of research so you understand what you are doing and more importantly what options are available. There are probably 30 ROMs available for the Desire and they all offer something different. You’ll have to find the one that you like the most in order to get the best experience.
It has some absolutely beauty work in the time of risk. In fact, it works well during the time of security it needs.
- All you need to do is connect your device to the PC in MTP mode and manually copy the content to the PC.
- Thus, the missing app sync and backup solution for Android have been achieved.
- This flash tool supports flashing devices equipped with MT62xx, MT65xx, MT67xx, and MT68xx chipsets.
- TWRP and CWM have similar feature sets, and there’s little practical difference between them.
It costs $5/month for a basic plan with no ads and limited features, stock ROM or $30/year for a premium plan with no ads and unlimited features. Download Dr.Fone — Phone Backup (Android) from its official website. Install it on your system and open it whenever you are ready. Out of all the options, you will get on its welcome screen, pick the “Phone Backup” one and continue. Start by connecting your Android phone to the system using a USB cable. Your phone might get a pop-up message regarding USB Debugging permission.
So, you will have to restart your device and delete files which are not necessary to include in backup like app data, etc. Tap the one you want and you’ll see the following screen. Make sure all the boxes are checked and swipe the bar to restore. If you ever need to restore from a previous backup, it’s simple. Boot back into TWRP, and tap the “Restore” button on the home screen. Installing a new ROM will give a new life to old smartphone.