• Title: MST port UMI TOUCH for speed7 / speed7+
  • Listed: 11/17/2017 2:25 pm
  • ROM Version: Android 6.0 [zp951/zp952]
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MST port UMI TOUCH for speed7 / speed7+
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Your warranty is now void. * * I am not responsible for bricked devices, dead SD cards, * thermonuclear war, or you getting fired because the alarm app failed. Please * do some research if you have any concerns about features included in this ROM * before flashing it! YOU are choosing to make these modifications, and if * you point the finger at me for messing up your device, I will laugh at you.



Better then stock. Very responsive ROM. ;D
Stock ROM from zopo website have active trojans on SystemUI


So, I ported this UMI TOUCH – Update V3.03 05/10


All Credits are to:




- Based Android 6

- Not rooted

- auto-start magement :)

- permisions management ;)

- Multilang

- tweaks on bulid.prop

- added /etc/hosts file

- bloatware apk's removed



- wifi / hotspot

- sim1/sim2 + mobile data

- camera front / back

- Torh

- Bluetooth

- rotate screen



Not working

- flip case cover :P


How to Install / Update:

This must be installed over 6.0 Android.  Added zip for zp951 with his kernel.- not tested.

1. Download latest ROM to your phone or SDcard

2. Reboot phone to Recovery

3. Do the wipe data/factory reset

4. Do the wipe cache partition

5. advenced >> wipe dalvik cache

6. install .ZIP file in TWRP/CWM recovery: zp952_MST_port_UMItouch_v…zip

7. At the end your phone wiill make restart to new system. Make a coffe and wait 10m ;)


How to ROOT:

This port i so so non-rootable, but now it's works ;)

1. Download MST_root_pack_for_umi_port.zip and unzip to SDCARD or Phone storage

2. Remove other root apps like supersu

3. In TWRP/CWM recovery Install:

 -  "boot_stock_6.zip" 

 -  "Magisk-v14.3(1437).zip"    (Mount /System if script don't do this)

 -  "phh-superuser-magisk-r266-2.zip"

4. Run phone system

5. Frome GooglePlay install "phh's SuperUser" (root manager)

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

6 Responses to“MST port UMI TOUCH for speed7 / speed7+”

  1. 05/21/2015
    Posts: 2

    Czech Republic

    flip case with S View does not work

    • mst2

      Posts: 55


      This is not implemented in this ROM. This is something custom from zopo.

  2. 02/08/2018
    Posts: 2



    have anyone tried the version for the Speed 7 (ZP951)?

    I get everytime an error when I try to update from zip via carliv touch recovery v6.6.1.

    It says: Opening update package…

    E: can´t open 

    /…/zp951_MST_port_UMItouch_v3.2.zip (bad)

    Also downloaded the file twice.

    Just an idea: Is it possible, that it fails while checking some of those SHA1-Digest, because they´re reffering to some files for the zp952 kernel and the checksums were not changed? 

    • mst2

      Posts: 55


      You must install this over stock 6.0 = (partition table).

      Sorry, my USB board was dead, and phone not charging any more :P

  3. 02/08/2018
    Posts: 2


    I have stock Android 6.0 Zopo india rom (2017/01/05) installed. This shoud have the 6.0 partition table, or not?  

  4. 07/22/2013
    Posts: 1

    United Kingdom

    Hi, nice work, used it on speed 7+, latest version, 3.2 is a bad sip file, version 3.1 works, put it over latest zoppo oficial ROM, BUT cannot root. Whatever I do I cannot root it. magisk does not work, and I have done it all correctly. Well because I always do a backup of my mtk phone I quickly went back to were I was before.

    I appreciate your effort but…… a waist of time. 

    Hey people be carefull with your phones because with all these things you loose your data.

    One last question dude. Did you actually root your device? 

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