RockChip Batch Tool
The Rockchip batch tool by Fuzhou Rockchip Inc is a flash tool set to be used on the chipsets made by the same brand. This tool allows you to flash system firmware in case of glitches or boot loop. Just like many other chipset-dependent flash tools, the Rockchip batch program is designed to work only with specific hardware. Make sure your device is compatible before you proceed towards installation. Also, you would be required to have proper USB drivers installed in order for Rockchip Batch tool to recognize the device properly.
There are multiple version releases for the program and fortunately we have fast download links available for all of them. You should always try with the latest but if that doesn’t work, you can trace yourself back to earlier revisions of the tool.
Rockchip Batch Tool – Features:
Following are the list of features in Rockchip Batch Tool:
Works for Multiple Devices
The Rockchip tool works over different phones and tablets. The only thing you need to make sure is the compatibility of your chipset, if it is from Rockchip, this tool is ought to work.
Straight Forward User Interface
Rather than a complex UI with command line inputs, the Rockchip batch tool comes with buttons and icons. All of these are placed logically and serve a unique purpose. For each device connected, there is a separate box dedicated to it which changes color upon connection and successful recognition.
You can change the language of the program to your liking which makes it easier for new users.
Simultaneously Flash Number of Devices
This program allows you to connect multiple devices at once and also, flash the system partition on them at the same time. Make sure, you have USB drivers installed for each device.
Download Rockchip Batch Tool:
You can download the latest version of Rockchip Batch Tool from right below. This tool is windows only.
Rockchip Batch Tool – More Information
USB Drivers: You would need proper USB drivers for your specific device for Rockchip Batch to run successfully. For viewing Android USB drivers consult our post: Android USB Drivers section.
Custom ROMs: For AOSP based ROMs that are compatible with your device you can use our Custom ROMs section.
Credits: Fuzhou Rockchip Inc.