Guide: How to Safely Unbrick / Unroot & Return Back To Stock ROM Lenovo A7000. (Fix Bootloop & Softbrick Lenovo A7000).Downgrade Lenovo A7000 from Marshmallow 6.0 to Android Lollipop 5.1

Lenovo A7000 is one of the most used budget friendly android devices.Recently Lenovo has released Android Marshmallow 6.0 update for the device.If you device stuck at the boot screen after updating to latest android or you just want to revert back to stock android lollipop then this guide will help you to do so.You can unroot your rooted A7000 after flashing back the Stock ROM.

 

In this guide, we will be using SP Flash Tool to safely Downgrade Lenovo A7000 from Android Marshmallow 6.0 to Android Lollipop 5.1 stock Firmware.This will unroot your device and bring your device out of boot loop.So just follow the simple given steps to  Unroot & Return Back To Stock ROM Lenovo A7000

IMPORTANT:

  • Make sure there is at least 50% battery left on your smartphone before beginning this process
  • This guide is only for Lenovo A7000 so don’t try on other devices
  • This process will wipe your device’s data.So backup apps and data  How to Backup Important Data On Android (Non rooted users)

WARNING:

rootmygalaxy.net will not be held responsible for any kind of damage occurred to your Lenovo A7000 while following this tutorial.Do it at your own risk.

PRE-REQUIREMENTS:

→ Manually Unbrick / Unroot & Return Back To Stock ROM Lenovo A7000

DOWNLOADS

Download Stock Lollipop ROM for Lenovo A7000 –Download / Mirror

(A7000-a_S153_151127 ROW Full)

SP Flash Tool

How to Install Stock Lollipop ROM On Lenovo A7000 (Return Back To Stock ROM Lenovo A7000)

Safely Return Back To Stock ROM Lenovo A7000

  • Read the Pre-requirements section first
  • Then download the SP Flash Tool on your Computer
  • Now download the FDirmware file (Stock ROM) From the download section above
  • Now follow the guide to flash the Stock ROM On Lenovo A7000 vis SP Flash tool  How to Flash MediaTek Stock ROMs With SP Flash Tool (MTK Android Smartphones)
  • Once the flashing process is completed, reboot your device
  • Your device should be out of bootloop and should be unrooted

If you have any question related to this post feel free to leave that in the comment section 🙂

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Dibyajyoti Kabi

Dibyajyoti an Android enthusiast, a tech-blogger and an avid reader.He is graduated in B.tech.He is the founder and chief editor in rootmygalaxy.net

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