Stock Rom

The ROM memory used in smartphones and tablets etc. is often same as flash memory found in SD cards and USB flash drives, simply optimized for better speed and performance while running the operating system. The "stock ROM" comes installed on the phone or tablet, while a "custom ROM" comes from a third party. The custom ROM is either a uniquely modified OS, such as Lineage os, Cyanogen, Ressurection Remix or a stock version made available for older devices or for new devices before the vendor release date. 

When you buy a new android phone, at this time your phone will run well. But after a few years, you can find your phone slow and does not work well. In this condition updating the firmware is essential. Firmwares for Android phones and tablets. Changing/Installing a ROM in your phone is quite same as installing a new operating system on your desktop or laptop system. we give you all needed files to Flash and we discuss about errors of flashing Rom and we offer you solutions for errors. you can easily update and install the Walton firmware to your Walton device to keep your phone faster and updated with new features. So, try to update the firmware to keep your device well.


  • Charge your device to 70-80%.
  • Enable the Developer Option, Go to your Settings >> About Phone >> Now Tap on the Build Number 7-8 Times until you see a toast message “Developer option enabled
  • Enable USB Debugging o from Settings >Developer Options
  • You need a Laptop or PC & working USB cable

Follow this guide to  Flash Stock Rom Using Sp Flash Tool.

Step 1: To get started, download SP flash tool (Smart Phone Flash Tool).

Step 2: Download stock ROM/Firmware file of your Android device and extract it. You will find the Android scatter file after extracting.

Step 3: Now switch off your smartphone and remove the battery from the device (if it is removable).

Step 4: Now click on “Flash_tool.exe” to launch SP flash tool.

Step 5: Now in the SP Flash tool window, click on “Download” tab.

Step 6: Now, in the download tab click on “Scatter-loading” tab.

Step 7: Now click on “Open Scatter File” and choose the scatter file that will be in extracted stock Firmware folder.

Step 8: Now, click on the “Download” Tab to start the firmware flashing process.

Step 9: Now connect your Android device to the PC using the USB data cable while pressing Volume up or Volume down button.

Step 10: The firmware flashing process will start immediately, and it will take 1-2 minute to get completed. Once the flashing process is finished, “Download OK” promt will be appear.

Step 11: Now close the SP Flash tool and unplug your Android smartphone from the PC and Start your Device. The first boot may take 5-10 minutes. Don’t panic and don’t try to restart or force shutdown during first boot.
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Kundan Gupta

I'm a professional tech blogger with Bachelor's degree in ECE With an experience of more than 3 years in R&D, Android development & Stock Android OS.

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