Micromax A116 Canvas HD TWRP Recovery

1. Install drivers for your phone using Micromax drivers.
2. Extract the Stock ROM folder and replace recovery.img with TWRP recovery(download link below).
3. Extract and open the SP Flash Tools.
4. In SP Flash Tools, click on Scatter-Loading and the program will ask you the location of the scatter loading file for your device.
5. In the extracted folder of the stock rom, go to the folder named “S9201_MP_F4_B1_IN_MMX_0.16_flasher_user” and select the file “MT6589_Android_scatter_emmc” which is our scatter loading file.
Check only recovery.img, preloader and uncheck all others.
6. Switch off your phone (Remove the battery to make sure it is switched off).
7. In Flash Tool, go to Options and Click USB Mode so that it is enabled. Click options again and then go to DA Download All > Speed and finally select High Speed.
8. Click the Download option (present on the right of Firmware
> Upgrade option) and the flash tool will start looking for your phone.
9. Connect your phone now. The Flash Tool will start the flashing process, the progress of which can be viewed from a yellow progress bar at the bottom of the flash tool.
**Don’t interrupt this process as it can potentially brick your device.
**Make sure no power interruption takes place. (Use a laptop to ensure this).
10. After the process completes, a green ring will appear on your device signalling that the process was successful.
11.Disconnect your phone.

 

Download Links:

TWRP Recovery

MT6589 Scatter File

SP Tools

Drivers:

32bit and 64bit

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Micromax A116 Canvas HD CWM Recovery

1.Using Flash Tools to Flash CWM Recovery to A116 

Steps To Follow:-

1. Install drivers for your phone using Micromax drivers.
2. Extract the Stock ROM folder and replace recovery.img with cwm recovery(download link below).
3. Extract and open the SP Flash Tools.
4. In SP Flash Tools, click on Scatter-Loading and the program will ask you the location of the scatter loading file for your device.
5. In the extracted folder of the stock rom, go to the folder named “S9201_MP_F4_B1_IN_MMX_0.16_flasher_user” and select the file “MT6589_Android_scatter_emmc” which is our scatter loading file.
Check only recovery.img, preloader and uncheck all others.
6. Switch off your phone (Remove the battery to make sure it is switched off).
7. In Flash Tool, go to Options and Click USB Mode so that it is enabled. Click options again and then go to DA Download All > Speed and finally select High Speed.
8. Click the Download option (present on the right of Firmware
> Upgrade option) and the flash tool will start looking for your phone.
9. Connect your phone now. The Flash Tool will start the flashing process, the progress of which can be viewed from a yellow progress bar at the bottom of the flash tool.
**Don’t interrupt this process as it can potentially brick your device.
**Make sure no power interruption takes place. (Use a laptop to ensure this).
10. After the process completes, a green ring will appear on your device signalling that the process was successful.
11.Disconnect your phone.

Download Links:

CWM 6.0.3.3
Mt6589 Scatter File
SP Flsh tools

Drivers:

32bit and 64bit

How many Android OS have been released yet?

Android mobile operating system began with the release of the Android beta in November 2007.

Android is under ongoing development by Google and the Open Handset Alliance (OHA), and has seen a number of updates to its base operating system since its initial release.

There are 10 android os (Jan, 2014) released yet, they are named alphabetically.

Android 1.0  (First commercial release, 2008)
Cupcake (v1.5),
Donut (v1.6),
Eclair (v2.0–v2.1),
Froyo (v2.2–v2.2.3),
Gingerbread (v2.3–v2.3.7),
Honeycomb (v3.0–v3.2.6),
Ice Cream Sandwich (v4.0–v4.0.4),
Jelly Bean (v4.1–v4.3),
KitKat (v4.4)

There are rumours that next Android OS, means Android 5.0 will be named as Keylime-pie. Release date has not been announced yet.