Download Xiaomi Mi Flash Tool Latest Version

Xiaomi has been doing well with its smartphones. Xiaomi has launched a handful of smartphones that stand apart in terms of design and build from the competitor smartphones. Like other smartphone manufacturers, Xiaomi has developed its own tool as well for flashing stock ROMs on the Xiaomi smartphones. Xiaomi’s flash tool is known as Mi Flash. This tool can be used to flash stock ROMs on almost all the Xiaomi smartphones. The tool supports Fastboot ROM files.

Xiaomi releases the firmware in two formats i.e. Fastboot ROM and Recovery ROM. Recovery ROM files can be flashed using a recovery installed on your Xiaomi smartphone while the Fastboot ROM is supported through Mi Flash. If you are wondering about the advantages of Mi Flash, then let us highlight some of them.

Mi Flash is useful to unbrick a bricked Xiaomi smartphone. If you have malfunctioned the operating system of your Xiaomi smartphone or if it’s stuck in a bootloop, the only solution you may have is to flash a stock ROM. At times, an update comes out and it doesn’t reach you out through OTA. If the update’s ROM files are already out by Xiaomi, you can easily download the ROM file on your computer and then launch the Flash Tool to flash it.

Mi Flash comes with Google ADB & Fastboot drivers, Microsoft MTP and RNDIS, and Qualcomm USB Serial Driver embedded inside. You do not need to install these drivers separately on your computer. In order to run Mi Flash, you only need to grab its latest version, install it and start running it. Mi Flash supports Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10. If you are looking for the latest version of Mi Flash, you may have spotted the right place. You can download the latest version of Xiaomi Mi Flash from the download links given below.

Download Xiaomi Mi Flash Tool Latest Version

Now learn How To Flash Fastboot ROM on Xiaomi Phones using Mi Flash Tool

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