How to unbrick ZTE Blade A6 Max via QFIL

As a result of different system modification attempts on your Blade A6 Max, you might end up with a bricked smartphone. Could be as a result of failed root attempt, flashing wrong/incompatible stock and/or custom ROM, etc.

You just need to download the files in this guide and follow instructions correctly and completely, you’d be able to unbrick and completely restore your device back to its default stock state. It is important that you had already taken a backup of your device data before it got bricked- this guide doesn’t restore any lost or existing data on the device, or at least it wasn’t designed that way.

Required files for un-bricking ZTE Blade A6 Max

Blade A6 Max unbrick package Download
QFIL Download
Stock firmware (346220B0653GEN_RU_A0605_V7.0) Download

The firmware unbrick package doesn’t contain system and userdata partitions, as it was extracted from a working device. So, to completely restore your device to factory state you’d have to flash the linked firmware via stock recovery mode after flashing the unbrick package.

Unbrick ZTE Blade A6 Max

  • Boot the device to EDL mode by holding both volume up and volume down buttons, then plug in the USB cable
  • Select programmer file (i.e, prog_emmc_firehose_8909.mbn)
  • Load rawprogramxml (ignore patch)
  • Click Download button and wait for the process to complete.
  • click here for full flashing tutorial via QFIL.

Once you have successfully completed the flashing process in QFIL, boot the device to recovery mode now and flash the stock firmware package you downloaded earlier. To read the complete flashing instructions for ZTE Sdcard update, click here.

If you need help with anything on this page, feel free to ask in comments section and I’d do my best to assist.

credit for un-brick package: Puzzzyr, 4pda