When it comes to pulling out the internal file contents of system.img and system.new.dat file from any MediaTek firmware on MediaTek device, the much popular MTK Extractor tool will always come in handy. Here we’ve shared the links to download the latest version of MTK Extractor (2020). It can extract firmware files, boot files, and recovery files of any MediaTek device like a charm.
The tool comes as a portable version that doesn’t require to be installed. It runs on Windows OS (32 bit & 64 bit) which is a really good thing. The tool allows users to connect the MediaTek device to the PC, locate the system.img file, and start extracting it. Additionally, interested users can also build firmware by doing some modifications to the .img file. Additionally, users can unpack or repack the boot image file as well as the recovery file.
MTK Extractor Features
Check out all the useful features of this tool below.
1. Portable App
It comes as a portable app that means you don’t need to install it on your computer. Simply launch the tool, connect your handset, choose the file, and start using it. Simply double-click on the MTK_Extractor.exe file to open it.
2. IMG File Extractor
The tool allows users to extract the contents of any system.img file from the firmware of any MediaTek devices. Simply, click on Browse -> Locate the system.img file -> Click on Start to extract.
3. Build Firmware
Users can easily modify some of the things to the extracted system.img file of the firmware to repack the img file or building the firmware file.
4. Unpack and Repack Boot IMG
It allows users to unpack or repack any boot.img file of the contents into a boot.img file.
5. Unpack and Repack Recovery
The utility tool can also unpack and repack recovery img file easily.
Download MTK Extractor (All Versions 2020)
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