• Title: Doogee Ibiza F2 with 2GB internal Partition Rom
  • Listed: 11/10/2015 2:16 pm
  • ROM Version: 4.4.4
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Doogee Ibiza F2 with 2GB internal Partition Rom
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Dear All

1. Download now the Rom from above link

2. Use 7zip to unzip the files in a folder to your computer.

3. Download the Flashing Tool  then Unzipp the files in a folder to your computer.

4. Now start Flashing Tool with admin rights.

5. Once you have opend the Flashing tool, please select the scatter file from rom folder and choose "Format All + Download" Option for repartitioning the phone storage to become 2 GB.



※Please make a backup of your device before installing or updating ROM


12 Responses to“Doogee Ibiza F2 with 2GB internal Partit”







  1. 11/30/2015

    Chile

    Hola me sirvio y quedo muy bien gracias





  2. 11/30/2015

    Chile

    is very good thank





  3. 10/03/2015

    Germany

    great job, thank you!





  4. 12/20/2013

    Germany

    is the  wla -update ok after flashing the rom?





  5. 12/20/2013

    Germany

    i tried to install it and it was til green "ok" but the phone stays now ever in boot …doesnt start!…so i try to install again the orig. soft and its teh same…only boot no starting!?





  6. 09/02/2014

    Panama

    No sirve, me dejo el celular inservible, no enciende y no le puedo instalar la rom de fabrica.

     





  7. 06/28/2015

    Colombia

    Creo que la opcion "Format All + Download" borra los IMEI tengan mucho cuidado. La opcion adecuada sería "Firmware Upgrade" o "Download Only".





  8. 08/04/2015

    Portugal

    Hi, using this or stock rom shortcuts disapear every reboot…
    Any ideas on how to troubleshoot it?

    Thanks





  9. 01/01/1970

    Malaysia

    Will this fixed my phone that stuck at no command boot after failed wireless update?


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