Itel A16 Plus FRP Reset File Android 8.1 Using SPD Flash Tool

The FRP (Factory Reset Protection) lock does just what its name signifies, it prevents anyone from illegally using an android device even if they forcefully perform a factory reset on that device. The FRP lock was designed to ensure that a stolen or misplaced phone cannot be wiped or factory reset. The device remains locked even when a new firmware is installed or it is boot into recovery.
In this post you will find out the itel A16 plus frp reset 8.1 oreo .pac firmware, install tool, USB driver and this firmware install guideline. We are provide all required for itel  A16 plus frp reset complete process.

Also, Here we will guide on Steps to Install Firmware Itel A16 Plus FRP Reset File using Spreadtrum flash tool also known as SPD flash tool. To use this tool, your device powered by Spreadtrum processor. If your device running on Spreadtrum processor, then you can upgrade your device using this tool. Follow the guide "Steps to Install Firmware".

  • Charge your phone: You need at least a 70% charge
  • Backup Android Phone Without Root on any device
  • If you have TWRP Recovery, Create and Restore Nandroid Backup using TWRP Recovery
  • Spreadtrum Flash Tool: Download the Factory Download/Upgrade and extract it (Install)
  • Install Latest Driver: Install the Latest Android USB Drivers
  • Download the below given required files on your PC.


Steps to Install Firmware
  1. Download & Extract the Zip file UPGRADEDOWNLOAD and Open the file .exe named UPGRADEDOWNLOAD.
  2. Now Tap on the load packet option to load the firmware. So browse the file with extension .pac from the ROM File you downloaded.
  3. After loading .pac, Connect your phone smartphone to PC/Laptop and Click the start button to start upgrading.
  4. Wait until the process completes.
  5. During the flashing, your phone will restart automatically.
  6. That’s it! You have updated the firmware on Smartphone successfully.
I hope this post was useful to flash the firmware on your phone using SPD flash tool.

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