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A DIY tutorial on flashing a stock ROM onto the ZTE Blade L2 with single SIM using the SP Flash Tool. You may need to reload the stock ROM or firmware for one of many reasons including but not limited to a corrupt firmware. The steps are on the answer section below.

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by (Genius) (10.4m points)
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Follow the below steps to try and flash/download the ZTE Blade L2's firmware or ROM.

  1. First download and extract the: SP Flash Tool
  2. Also download and extract the ZTE Blade L2's firmware or ROM from [ROM Download]. 
  3. Install the MediaTek Preloader USB VCOM drivers as per the tutorial here
  4. Launch the SP Tool from the extracted folder
  5. Click 'Scatter-Loading' > browse to and locate the scatter .txt file from your extracted firmware or ROM files > click Open
  6. Make sure 'Preloader and UserData' are unticked (not checked).
  7. With the ZTE Blade L2 turned off and disconnected, click on the Download/Start button
  8. Connect the ZTE Blade L2 to the computer via a compatible USB so computer can detect and connect to its system

The flashing process should then start with progress bars and you should get a green cycle with a white tick and the text 'Download OK' when the flashing is completed. At which stage you can safely disconnect the your ZTE Blade L2 device and power it on for a re-setup.

 NOTE: We can flash the device for you remotely (over the internet) for R100 If you are not comfortable flashing the device yourself. Read more here

by (Contributor) (2.5k points)
I am trying to flash ZTE Blade L2 single sim but I encounter the error message "BROM ERROR : S_FT_ENABLE_DRAM_FAIL (0xFC0)
[EMI] Enable DRAM Fail!
Please check your load matches to your target which is to be downloaded.
How do I resolve this error?
by (Genius) (10.4m points)
This will happen if you attempted to flash the Preloader which turned out to be incompatible. Using 'Format+Download' on SP Tool for example. Preloader versions tends to differs even between stock ROM of the same models which is why we ever advise against flashing it unless if you are sure you must. You will be at ease to know that the ROM per ser has been tested and shared with several other technicians in the past.
by (Contributor) (2.5k points)
Great advice there Kervin, and what further advice you can give towards resolving this issue. I believe I've bought the correct rom
by (Genius) (10.4m points)
The ROM should be correct if your device has a Single SIM but the Preloader version may still have been different from the one on you particular device. If you did indeed attempt to flash the Preloader, resolving the issue will be quite advance and indefinite. The first phase being to try and obtain a different L2 SIngle ROM with a different Preloader version and then you attempt a full flash.
by (Contributor) (2.5k points)
Thank you very much Kervin.
by (Genius) (10.4m points)
Very well Sir

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