How to Use St10 Flasher Tool V2.4b to Flash Nokia Phones
St10 Flasher Tool V2.4b is a software designed for flashing NAND on Nokia phones with the ability to save your phoneâs firmware, save your settings and restore your settings back to default values without losing any data[^2^]. It supports flashing Nokia phones with MSFT or MTK CPU family and various screen resolutions[^2^]. It also supports different download methods and servers for downloading Nokia phones firmware[^2^]. In this article, we will show you how to use St10 Flasher Tool V2.4b to flash your Nokia phone.
A Nokia phone that is compatible with St10 Flasher Tool V2.4b. You can check the compatibility list here[^2^].
A USB cable that can connect your phone to your computer.
A computer with Windows operating system and St10 Flasher Tool V2.4b installed. You can download the tool here[^2^].
A firmware file for your Nokia phone. You can download it from one of the supported servers here[^2^].
Run St10 Flasher Tool V2.4b on your computer.
Select the firmware file in the File Name field.
Set the download method and server in the Download Method field.
Connect your phone to your computer via USB cable.
Click on Start button to begin flashing.
Wait for the flashing process to complete. Do not disconnect your phone or turn off your computer during this process.
When the flashing is done, you will see a message saying "Flash OK". You can then disconnect your phone and restart it.
Before flashing, make sure you backup your important data on your phone, such as contacts, messages, photos, etc.
If you encounter any errors or problems during flashing, you can try to use a different download method or server, or use a different USB cable or port.
If you want to restore your phone's firmware and settings to their original values, you can use the Restore button on St10 Flasher Tool V2.4b.
St10 Flasher Tool V2.4b is a useful tool for anyone who needs to fix Nokia phones, especially those who want to use the latest and greatest software and firmware without having to spend too much on purchasing new smartphones. It is easy to use and has many features and options to suit different needs and preferences. You can download it for free from here[^2^], or you can choose to donate for it here[^2^] if you find it helpful.
Here are some frequently asked questions and answers about St10 Flasher Tool V2.4b and flashing Nokia phones.
What is flashing?
Flashing is the process of updating or changing the software or firmware on a device, such as a phone, tablet, computer, etc. Flashing can be done for various reasons, such as fixing bugs, adding new features, changing the appearance, unlocking the device, etc.
What is NAND?
NAND is a type of flash memory that is used to store data on devices, such as phones, tablets, computers, etc. NAND stands for "not and", which is a logic gate that operates on binary values. NAND flash memory can be erased and rewritten multiple times, but it has a limited number of write cycles before it wears out.
What is MSFT and MTK?
MSFT and MTK are two types of CPU families that are used in Nokia phones. MSFT stands for "Microsoft", which is the company that acquired Nokia's mobile division in 2014. MTK stands for "MediaTek", which is a Taiwanese company that produces chips for mobile devices. MSFT and MTK have different architectures and specifications, so they require different firmware files and flashing tools.
What are the risks of flashing?
Flashing can be risky if not done properly or with the wrong tools or files. Some of the possible risks are: bricking your device (making it unusable), losing your data, voiding your warranty, damaging your hardware, etc. Therefore, you should always backup your data before flashing, follow the instructions carefully, and use reliable tools and files.
Where can I get more help or support?
If you need more help or support with St10 Flasher Tool V2.4b or flashing Nokia phones, you can visit the following websites or forums: St10 Flasher Tool V2.4b on TrelloProgramming the ST10F27X embedded Flash using the ST10FLASHER tool on STMicroelectronicsNokia Base Band 5 ( BB-5 ) on GSM-Forum 061ffe29dd