How to Unbrick Mediatek Phone using MCT tools (No Auth, No Unlock Bootloader, No Python)

Works with lots of mediatek phone devices, tested to unbrick Xiaomi Redmi 6 (cereus)

Supported SOC (Mediatek Chipset) :

  • MT6572 — ZTE Blade G Lux, etc
  • MT6735 — Meizu m2, lava X81, etc
  • MT6737 — Motorola Moto E4, Moto C Plus,etc
  • MT6739  — Galaxy M01 Core, etc
  • MT6750 — Vivo Y66, Oppo F1s, Vivo V5, Oppo A37, Oppo A59, etc
  • MT6765 — Galaxy A12, Oppo A11K, Oppo A31, Vivo Y30, Xiaomi Mi Play, Vivo Y17, Redmi 6, Redmi 6a, etc
  • MT6768 (Helio P65 ) — (Galaxy A31, Vivo Y19, Vivo S1 P65, Vivo V17 Neo, etc)
  • MT6771  (Helio P60) — Realme 3, Oppo F9, Realme 3i, Nokia 5.1 Plus, Oppo F9, Oppo F7, Oppo A3, etc)
  • MT6785 (Helio G90T) — (Realme 6, Realme Narzo, Redmi Note 8 Pro)
  • MT8127 (tablet) — Huawei MediaPad T3 7.0, Acer Iconia Tab 10 A3-A20
  • MT8163 (tablet) –Asus ZenPad 10, Acer Iconia Tab 10 A3-A40
  • MT8173 (tablet) — Chuwi Hi9, JD JDtab
  • MT8695




  • Install libusb-win32-devel-filter-
  • open Mediatek Bypass Tool > select target SOC
  • Remove phone cover and unplug power connector
  • Hit the Bypass button
  • Press vol up button
  • connect the usb cable
  • After selecting the Scatter file from the images folder in the line Scatter-loading File and click Download
  •  The firmware process has started. After the green check mark appears
  • Turn On Your Phone

1 thought on “How to Unbrick Mediatek Phone using MCT tools (No Auth, No Unlock Bootloader, No Python)”

  1. my redmi 6a got bricked after flashing rom with miflash pro. Showing this system has been destroyed and not entering fast boot or recovery mode. help

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