How To Download & Install Official Stock Firmware on BLU Studio G HD (S170E)

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Do you want to Install Official Stock Firmware/ROM on your BLU Studio G HD? If yes then you are at the right place. Android is great, but sometimes, the version you get with your BLU Studio G HD whether its latest Android version. your phone will run well at that time. But after a few months, you may experience freezing or hanging problem on your BLU Studio G HD smartphone, and it’s quite common. Flashing stock ROM resolves several issues in a smartphone. BLU Studio G HD smartphone was launched in 2016. The phone comes with a 5.0-inch HD display with a resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels. BLU Studio G HD is powered by 1.3 GHz Cortex-A53 processor along with 1GB of RAM & 8GB of internal storage. As far as the cameras are concerned, the BLU Studio G HD comes with a 5-megapixel primary camera on the rear and a 2-megapixel front-facing camera.



In this post, we will provide you a detailed guide, which will not only include all the basic flashing details, but also a step-by-step instruction to easily flash Stock Rom on your BLU Studio G HD smartphone in minutes. It is necessary for the Android smartphone to update the firmware in its stock firmware. Changing/installing ROM on your phone is easy to install a new operating system on your desktop or laptop system. We give you all needed files to Flash stock ROM on BLU Studio G HD and we discuss errors of flashing ROM and we offer you solutions for errors. There are a few requirements and basics you'll need to learn first. If you find that we have missed out anything, then please let us know via comments. Also, you can give a call for a dead link to replace it with a new one.

Advantage Of Stock ROM

      The stock firmware operating system is the result of many research and testing done by the device manufacturer and/or mobile service carrier.  The benefits of updating your BLU Studio G HD device include access to…
      • A set of new features with the latest updates that you might be missing out on.
      • Essential security patches to keep your BLU Studio G HD device safe and secure.
      • By flashing Stock ROM, you can solve several software problems.
      • Improved hardware and software performance along with optimizations.
      • Flash Stock Rom to Unbrick your BLU Studio G HD.
      • Revert back to stock to gain your warranty back.
      • Latest updates are pushed automatically to BLU Studio G HD by the device manufacturer.

      Pre-requirements:-

      • This Stock Rom has to be installed on the BLU Studio G HD only; if tried on another smartphone, your device might get bricked [To check your device model: Go to Settings >> About phone >> model number].
      • Enable the USB Debugging & OEM unlock of BLU Studio G HD. To allow USB debugging Navigate to Setting >> About Phone >> Now Tap on Build Number 7 times until you see a message on the screen like ” You Are Now A Developer.
      • You need a Laptop or PC & USB cable. 
      • Your BLU Studio G HD Smartphone should have at least 60-70 % of battery to perform the flashing process.
      • Download all the required files from the below download link and Install appropriate Android USB Driver for your device.

      Download Links:-

      How To Install Stock ROM on BLU Studio G HD

      If you bricked your BLU Studio G HD smartphone, then you can Unbrick or Fix Bootloop using Stock Firmware. Here’s the guide about How to Install Stock firmware on BLU Studio G HD.
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      Hello, my name is 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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