PhoenixCard: Get the Latest Version

Below you will find PhoenixCard a handy tool that I and all the people from the world have used to revive many old/new tablets that were not working properly anymore and were virtually unusable and the owners would have normally forget about them on somewhere. Now it’s time to revive your with just an MicroSD card, the correct firmware and a little bit of time of pacience, you will make the impossible to be possible 🙂

What is PhoenixCard ?

Maybe now you are wondering about that amazing tool PhoenixCard and what is it?

Well PhoenixCard is a very useful and essential tool that allows anyone to burn or write an Android Firmware to a MicroSD card allowing it to become bootable thus allowing you to flash your Android device with a brand new Firmware or update easily.

For this utility or tool to work it must be used together with a firmware file that can be downloaded as shown here and can be used to flash or reformat your Android device to fix issues such as your device been stuck on the Android boot logo or your device freezing up. So essentially this tool will automatically make a compatible firmware or Image file that you have chosen reformat your tablet or device.

PhoenixCard Download

Below you will find the links to downloading this tool ↓

Download PhoenixCard V3.09 which is the Latest Version:

Download Filefactory Link

Download Mediafire Link 2

Download Mediafire Link 3

or you can get the Older Version 3.06:

Download PhoenixCard V3.06

How to use PhoenixCard?

Read the instructions below on how to use PhoenixCard:

  1. Get a MicroSD card and connect it to your computer or laptop, you might need a SDCard reader.

  2. Download and extract PhoenixCard, download links to the latest version is provided above ↑.

3. Open the PhoenixCard folder that you just unzipped and look for a: Green folder icon and file: PhoenixCard.exe and double-click it.

Now PhoenixCard is opened and is looking like this↓
4. Where it says DiskCheck click the drop down and select the MicroSD card that you connected to your computer and formatted earlier.
5. Next Browse and find the .IMG or firmware file that’s compatible with your tablet. The Write Mode should be set to: Product.
6. Format the card to Normal in PhoenixCard then clear the notifications with the clear info button from the interface.
7. Next click Burn allowing the tool to do its thing and wait for the notification that say complete and then remove the MicroSD card.
8. Place the MicroSD Card into your device and allow it to boot and format your device automatically.

When completed remove the MicroSD card and your device should bootup as normal and the Tablet should work 100%.


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