Stock Android Zte

Here’s a collection of ZTE stock ROMs / firmware. we’ll keep adding to the list.

ZTE stock ROMs / firmware

ZTE A2016
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ZTE Axon A2017G (Axon 7)
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Collins Edim Stock Roms, ZTE This firmware update package for the ZTE Zmax PRO (z981) smartphone is basically for MetroPCS variants. If yours is T-Mobile, please be patient as we’ll do our best to get that for you. Here you can download flash file for ZTE Blade A1 Android Phone. You can download and install the latest and original stock ROM (Firmware) for free. Also, flash tools available to flash your ZTE mobile. Flashing stock firmware will permanently delete your device data. Listings for ZTE - ROMs ( 942 ) ZTE Blade A5 2019. ZTE Blade ROM Android 9.0.

ZTE Axon Mini
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ZTE Axon Mini B2016
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ZTE Blade 2
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ZTE Blade A110 (Thailand)306710B0870DTAC_TH_D_P635A60V1.0.3
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ZTE Blade A3
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ZTE Blade A5 pro
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ZTE Blade A510
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ZTE Blade A570 2016010816252181
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ZTE Blade A610
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ZTE Blade AF3
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ZTE Blade AF5
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ZTE Blage G Lux
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ZTE Blade GF3
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ZTE Blade HN
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ZTE Blade L2
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ZTE Blade L3
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ZTE Blade L370
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ZTE Blade L4
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ZTE Blade L4 Pro
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ZTE Blade L5 plus
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ZTE Blade M
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ZTE Blade Q Lux 3G
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ZTE Blade Q Lux 4G
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ZTE Blade S2
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ZTE Blade S6
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ZTE Blade S6 Lite
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ZTE Blade S7
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ZTE Blade V2 LITE
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ZTE Blade V7 LTE
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ZTE Blade X5
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ZTE Blade X7
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ZTE Blade Z7
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ZTE DL800 2016021711444741
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ZTE DL800 2016021711355321
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ZTE DL800 2015052714312460
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ZTE Geek V975
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ZTE Geek 2
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ZTE Geek 2 LTE
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ZTE Geek 2 pro
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ZTE Grand Era
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ZTE Grand_S
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ZTE Grand_X
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ZTE MTS_Smart_run_4G
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ZTE MTS_V9
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ZTE Nubia Z5S mini
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ZTE Nubia_Z9_mini
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ZTE Nubia Z9 max
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ZTE Nubia_Z9_max_JD
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ZTE Pad_V9a
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ZTE PO_LEO_Q1
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ZTE PO_MTS_Smart_Start
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ZTE PO_Nubia_Z5
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Stock Android Has Stopped Zte

ZTE PO_V829
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ZTE Star 1
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ZTE V790
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ZTE V795
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ZTE V808
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Stock Android Zte Axon 7

ZTE V815w
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ZTE V880e
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ZTE V880H
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ZTE V970M
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ZTE_807
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ZTE, one of China’s biggest mobile manufacturers, has unveiled the Grand X (formerly known as the Mimosa X), a dual-core 1GHz Tegra 2 smartphone, with a 960×540 qHD resolution for a 4.3″ display, a 5MP camera with auto-focus and flash, VGA front facing camera, and 4GB of internal storage, which can be expanded to another 32GB with a microSD card.

While this sounds more like an early 2011 flagship, it does have one killer feature that not many smartphones have these days – it comes with stock Android 4.0. Since so many manufacturers have skinned their Android implementations, at this point, having stock Android really is a big differentiating feature, especially for people who actually know what an Android phone is.

But the market for the ZTE Grand X could easily expand beyond those types of users, if those users recommend this phone to their friends, which is usually the case. Manufacturers will never give up skinning Android as long as people buy them the way they are, instead of choosing stock Android devices. If there is an increasing demand for stock Android, manufacturers might start changing their minds, and at least offer some good smartphone options that run stock Android. They don’t necessarily have to roll out stock Android across all their whole lineup, although obviously that would be great for us.

ZTE is the first manufacturer to do this in recent times, and I’m hoping other manufacturers will start taking notice, and do the same soon. The fact that the Galaxy Nexus has dropped to just $350, and that there may be at least five Android 5.0 devices launching this fall, gives me hope that a trend will start where both consumers and manufacturers will want more stock Android devices.

The ZTE Grand X may not be the very best phone on the market, but it seems like it will launch at a very reasonable £189.99 in UK on Virgin Media and Phones 4U, starting in August. You could also get it for free with a two year contract for £24 if you’re a new Virgin Media customer, for or £19 if you’re an existing customer.

In US, it will probably cost around $250, unlocked, so around $100 cheaper than Galaxy Nexus. That doesn’t necessarily mean the ZTE Grand X will get updates just as fast or just as many as the Galaxy Nexus, though. It all depends on ZTE, and it would be nice if they offered an upgrade schedule for it.