QcomDloader Tool is a small application for Windows Computer, which allows you to flash or install stock firmware (ROM) on any Qualcomm Smartphone and tablet. Here on this page, we have shared the latest version of the QcomDloader Tool and the previous versions.
Features of QcomDloader Tool
Simple Interface :
It comes with a simple interface, which allows you to complete the flashing process without getting confused. Launch the application and hover over the buttons to learn more about their functions.
Flash Stock Firmware :
It allows you to quickly load the stock firmware using the load button and configure the download settings, and you are ready to flash the firmware using the Start button. In download settings, you may need to enter the chipset number and select the flashing type.
Advanced Settings :
It allows you to quickly configure the Manufacture order, Download Mode, Chipset Number, eMMC programmer, and Raw Program before loading the stock firmware into the tool.
Supports Qualcomm Chipset :
It allows you to flash stock firmware on any Qualcomm Smartphone and tablet (the firmware should be compatible with the tool). However, it does not support devices having chipsets other than Qualcomm.
Download QcomDloader Tool
Qcom Dloader Tool is compatible with all versions of Windows OS, including Windows XP to Windows 11 (x32 or x64 bit). If in case you were looking for the latest version of the Qcom Dloader Tool, then use the following links to get it on your computer:
- How to Use : If you want to learn to flash or install stock firmware using QcomDLoader Tool, then head over to How to Use QcomDLoader Tool page.
- Supports : QcomDLoader only supports Qualcomm Smartphone and tablets. If your device is having other chipsets than Qualcomm, then it will not work for you.
- Alternative Tool : If your device is Qualcomm, then the available best alternative tools are QFIL, Mi Flash Tool, GNQC Tool, Qualfast Tool and eMMC DL Tool.
- Credits : QcomDLoader Tool is created and distributed by Wingtech Shanghai. So, full credit goes to them for sharing the application for free.