What You Need to Know About MT6575 Android Scatter Emmc File Format
What is MT6575 Android Scatter Emmc Txt and How to Use It?
If you are an Android user who likes to flash custom ROMs, root your device, or perform other advanced operations, you may have come across the term MT6575 Android Scatter Emmc Txt. But what does it mean and how can you use it? In this article, we will explain everything you need to know about this file format and how to create, edit and use it with SP Flash Tool.
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What is MT6575 Android Scatter Emmc Txt?
MT6575 Android Scatter Emmc Txt is a text file that contains the information of the partitions of a MediaTek device. MediaTek is a chipset manufacturer that powers many Android devices, especially low-end and mid-range ones. The file name usually starts with MT, followed by the chipset model number, such as MT6575, which is a dual-core processor that was released in 2012.
The file extension Android Scatter Emmc indicates that the device uses the Embedded MultiMediaCard (eMMC) memory standard, which is a type of flash memory that is commonly used in smartphones and tablets. The word scatter means that the file contains the scatter-loading information, which tells the SP Flash Tool how to flash the device partitions.
A typical MT6575 Android Scatter Emmc Txt file looks like this:
# General Setting
- config_version: V1.1.1
# PRELOADER PARTITION
- partition_index: SYS0
# DSP_BL PARTITION
- partition_index: SYS1
# MBR PARTITION ...
The file starts with some general settings, such as the platform, project, storage, and block size. Then it lists the partitions of the device, such as PRELOADER, DSP_BL, MBR, EBR1, etc. Each partition has some attributes, such as partition name, file name, type, start address, size, region, storage, etc. Some of these attributes are important for flashing the device, while others are optional or reserved.
How to Create MT6575 Android Scatter Emmc Txt?
If you want to create your own MT6575 Android Scatter Emmc Txt file for your device, you need to have some tools and knowledge. The easiest way to create this file is to use a tool called MTK Droid Tools, which can automatically generate the scatter file from your device. Here are the steps to do it:
Download MTK Droid Tools from here and extract it on your computer.
Enable USB debugging on your device and connect it to your computer via USB cable.
Run MTK Droid Tools.exe as administrator and wait for it to detect your device.
Click on the Blocks Map button and then click on Create scatter file.
Select a folder where you want to save the scatter file and click OK.
A new window will pop up showing the progress of creating the scatter file. Wait for it to finish and then close it.
You will find your MT6575 Android Scatter Emmc Txt file in the folder you selected.
How to Edit MT6575 Android Scatter Emmc Txt?
If you want to edit your MT6575 Android Scatter Emmc Txt file for some reason, such as changing the partition size or name, you need to be careful and know what you are doing. Editing this file incorrectly can cause your device to brick or malfunction. You can use any text editor to open and edit this file, but we recommend using Notepad++ or Sublime Text for better syntax highlighting and formatting.
To edit your MT6575 Android Scatter Emmc Txt file, follow these steps:
Open your scatter file with your preferred text editor.
Locate the partition you want to edit and change its attributes accordingly. For example, if you want to change the partition size of BOOTIMG from 0x6000000 to 0x8000000, you need to change this line:
- partition_size: 0x6000000
- partition_size: 0x8000000
Save your changes and close the text editor.
You can now use your edited scatter file with SP Flash Tool or other tools that support it.
How to Use MT6575 Android Scatter Emmc Txt with SP Flash Tool?
If you want to use your MT6575 Android Scatter Emmc Txt file with SP Flash Tool, which is a popular tool for flashing MediaTek devices, you need to follow these steps:
Download SP Flash Tool from here and extract it on your computer.
Run flash_tool.exe as administrator and click on the Scatter-loading File button.
Browse to your scatter file and select it. The tool will load all the partitions from your scatter file.
Select the partitions you want to flash or backup by checking or unchecking their boxes. You can also click on the Location column to browse for the files you want to flash or backup.
Select the operation mode from the drop-down menu at the top left corner. You can choose from Download Only, Firmware Upgrade, Format All + Download, etc.
If you are flashing your device, make sure it is powered off and remove its battery (if possible). Then click on the Download, Firmware Upgrade, or Format All + Download button depending on your operation mode.
If you are backing up your device, make sure it is powered on and connected to your computer via USB cable. Then click on the Readback, Firmware Backup, or Firmware Backup + Format All + Download</button depending on your operation mode.
A new window will pop up asking you to connect your device. Follow the instructions on the screen and wait for the process to complete.
You will see a green circle with a check mark when the process is done. You can now disconnect your device and close SP Flash Tool.
In this article, we have learned what MT6575 Android Scatter Emmc Txt is and how to create, edit and use it with SP Flash Tool. This file format is essential for flashing and backing up MediaTek devices, especially those with eMMC memory. By using this file, you can customize your device to your liking and fix any issues that may arise. However, you should always be careful when editing or flashing this file, as any mistake can cause serious damage to your device. We hope this article has been helpful and informative for you. 4e3182286b