Here is the Alcatel One Touch Pop C1 4015D firmware that you can download and install on your device. We also provide tutorial to install the Alcatel One Touch Pop C1 4015D stock ROM from our dedicated tutorial section provided on this post.
The benefits of installing Alcatel stock ROM is of course to bring your phone back to its original settings. And then to fix any possible technical errors such as bootloop, soft bricked and etc.
So you are recommended to install the Alcatel OT Pop C1 4015D stock ROM and that will also erase your existing personal data, therefore make backup first.
And let’s download and install the stock ROM by continuing reading this post right now.
Download Alcatel One Touch Pop C1 4015D firmware (Flash file)
See the following stock ROM information.
- File name of stock ROM: Alcatel_One_Touch_Pop_C1_4015D.zip.
- Android OS version: Android 4.2.
- File size: 525367 MB.
How to flash Alcatel One Touch Pop C1 4015D firmwar
Before going to the steps, here are what you need to have and do first.
- A computer.
- A USB data cable.
- A USB Driver.
- Backup your personal data.
Notes. Make sure you follow the entire steps without skipping any of them or you might end up bricking your device.
Step 1 — Rename the firmware zip file to be Update.zip.
Step 2 — Now enable USB Debugging of your Android device by going to Settings -> Developer Options -> USB Debugging.
In case the Developer Options is not enabled, then your can head to Settings -> About Phone -> Tap the Build Number for about 5 or 7 times to enable the Developer Options.
Step 3 — You can now connect your Android device to computer using the USB Data Cable, then transfer the “Update.zip” file to your Android device’s storage / SD Card.
Step 4 — After the stock ROM firmware is fully transferred to your Android device then disconnect your Android device from computer.
Step 5 — Now you can power off your Android device to boot into the Recovery Mode, do so by holding and pressing the Volume Up + Power buttons together. After your Android device is in recovery mode then choose wipe cache partition.
Step 6 — You can now choose the update / recovery from SD Card option.
Step 7 — Click the Update.zip from your Android’s SD Card to begin the firmware installation process.
Step 8 — The processes will take about a few minutes to complete, once done, just choose Reboot System Now option.
Well done because you have successfully installed the stock ROM firmware on your Android smart device.