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How to Fix Tinmo F688 Dead Display with Flash File Firmware


How to Fix Tinmo F688 Dead Display with Flash File Firmware

If you have a Tinmo F688 smartphone that has a dead display problem, you may be looking for a solution to fix it. In this article, we will show you how to use a flash file firmware to restore your Tinmo F688 to its original state and fix the dead display issue.

Tinmo F688 Flash File Dead Display Fix All Versone Firmware

A flash file firmware is a software program that contains the operating system and other data of your device. By flashing a new firmware on your Tinmo F688, you can overwrite the corrupted or damaged system files and fix any software-related problems. Flashing a firmware can also help you to remove Google or FRP lock, fix hang on logo, fastboot mode, and other issues.

What You Need to Flash Tinmo F688 Firmware

Before you start flashing your Tinmo F688, you need to prepare some tools and files. Here is what you need:

  • A Windows PC or laptop.

  • A USB cable to connect your Tinmo F688 to your PC.

  • A Tinmo F688 flash file firmware. You can download it from here. This is a tested and verified firmware that can fix your Tinmo F688 dead display problem.

  • A flash tool software. You can use any compatible flash tool, such as SP Flash Tool, Miracle Box, CM2 Dongle, etc.

  • A backup of your personal data. Flashing a firmware will erase all your data on your device, so make sure you have a backup of your important files before proceeding.

How to Flash Tinmo F688 Firmware

Once you have everything ready, you can follow these steps to flash your Tinmo F688 firmware:

  • Extract the downloaded Tinmo F688 flash file firmware zip file on your PC. You will get a folder with some files inside.

  • Install the flash tool software on your PC and launch it.

  • Select the scatter file from the extracted firmware folder. The scatter file is a text file that tells the flash tool how to load the firmware on your device.

  • Click on the download or start button on the flash tool.

  • Turn off your Tinmo F688 and remove the battery if possible.

  • Connect your Tinmo F688 to your PC via USB cable while holding the volume down or volume up button. This will put your device in download mode or flash mode.

  • The flash tool will detect your device and start flashing the firmware.

  • Wait for the flashing process to complete. It may take a few minutes depending on the size of the firmware.

  • Once the flashing is done, you will see a green tick or OK message on the flash tool.

  • Disconnect your Tinmo F688 from your PC and reboot it.

Congratulations! You have successfully flashed your Tinmo F688 firmware and fixed the dead display problem. You can now enjoy using your device as normal.



Troubleshooting Tips for Tinmo F688 Flashing

Sometimes, you may encounter some errors or issues while flashing your Tinmo F688 firmware. Here are some common problems and how to solve them:

  • If the flash tool does not detect your device, make sure you have installed the correct USB drivers for your Tinmo F688 on your PC. You can download them from here.

  • If the flash tool shows an error message or stops working, make sure you have selected the right scatter file and firmware files. Also, check your USB cable and PC connection.

  • If the flashing process takes too long or gets stuck, try to change the USB port or use a different flash tool.

  • If your Tinmo F688 does not boot up after flashing, try to do a factory reset or hard reset. This will erase all your data and settings, but it may fix any software glitches.

  • If your Tinmo F688 still has a dead display after flashing, it may be a hardware problem. You may need to replace the LCD screen or the motherboard of your device.

If you have any questions or need further assistance, you can contact us at We will be happy to help you with your Tinmo F688 flashing.


In this article, we have shown you how to fix Tinmo F688 dead display with flash file firmware. We hope this guide was helpful and easy to follow. Flashing a firmware can be a risky process, so make sure you follow the instructions carefully and backup your data before proceeding. If you have any feedback or suggestions, please let us know in the comments below. Thank you for reading!

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