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How To Fix Storage Type Mismatch In SP Flash Tool

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How To Fix Storage Type Mismatch In SP Flash Tool

Post by RomShillzz » Tue Dec 04, 2018 7:39 am

This is a tutorial on how to fix storage type mismatch when flashing firmware using SP Flash Tool.

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Have you gotten an error while flashing a firmware using SP Flash Tool as shown in the image above or code below?

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Storage type mismatch!
scatter storage type is HW_STORAGE_EMMC
target storage type is  HW_STORAGE_NONE
If Yes, then in this tutorial I'll be showing you how to fix this error.

WARNING!
Flashing will erase all of your data
All described operations you are doing at your own risk.


Requirements:
SP Flash Tool v3.xx (any spflash tool version 3) download @[ Please, Login to view this link]

How To (Steps):
After getting the above requirement, follow the steps below.

Step 1:
  • Launch SP Flash v3.xx
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Step 2:
  • Select the scatter file
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Step 3:
  • Click on format
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Step 4:
  • Select Auto Format Flash > Format whole flash the click ok and connect device
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Step 5:
  • After a successful format, click on the Download, when you get the Download Warning prompt, click Yes & connect device
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Step 6:
  • Successful! the device should boot now (power on).
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