Alcatel PIXI 4 (4) 4034X

4034X


Supported operations


Drivers


Connection

  • All drivers should be installed before connection.
  • You dont need to perform connect and disconnect operation every time you make an operation with handset. Connection should be done once before doing any operations with handset. After all operations with hansdset are complete, disconnect.
  • The phone battery should be charged on 40 percent or more before performing any operation on it! In case battery uncharges during work process, the phone wont switch on and charge battery. In this case you will have to take out the battery from the phone and charge it with external charger.
  • Use usb ports placed on the backside of PC to connect to the phone
  • Do not connect or disconnect other USB cables into the PC during performing operation with the phone
  • Dont use USB HUBs, long or very thin USB cables.
  • In case 'Read flash failed' or 'Write flash failed' error appears in the log, try to change the PC or reinstall drivers

Connection Cable: micro usb

To connect to the handset do the following steps:

  1. Go to 'direct services' Tab
  2. Choose your handset model in the combobox at the upper left side of the window
  3. Disconnect the handset from the cable.
  4. Remove battery from the handset.
  5. Push Connect button in the application form
  6. Insert battery and connect cable to the phone. The battery should be charged
  7. You should see the 'Phone found. Sending loader' strings in the Log
  8. If the handset began to load(you see the 'Alcatel' logo), the connection with handset failed! Click on 'Cancel', disconnect the pnone, switch it on, than switch it off and repeat 'Connection' procedure once more. If it doesnt help, try relaunching EasyBox Mtk application, install drivers or charge phones battery.

To disconnect the handset do the following steps:

  1. Click on 'Disconnect' button
  2. Disconnect the cable from the handset.
Never unplug cable until ongoing operations are finished. This can lead to bricking your phone.


Get Info

If you need to print the information about connected phone once more, you can click on Get Info button. This operation is read only and doesnt change anything inside of the phone.
The following information is printed:
  • Imei numbers
  • Provider Id
  • Simlock information
  • Frp information
  • Firmware version
  • Android version
  • Firmware compilation date time


Unlock

Before changing any data in the handset flash memory, EasyBox Mtk dumps all security partitions into the file in the 'backups' folder. You always can restore lock data by flashing the security backup file back to the handset.

To unlock the handset do the following steps:

  1. Connect to the phone
  2. Click on the Unlock button
  3. Wait until 'Phone successfully unlocked' appears in the log
  4. Disconnect the phone


Flash firmware

Supported provider ids

2A1NNZ1 2A2DNZ1 2AALAP1 2AALAP1-6 2AALGB1 2AALGB1-1 2AALGB1-2 2AALGB1-3 2AALHU1 2AALHU1-2 2AALIB1 2AALIB1-P 2AALIE1 2AALIE1-1 2AALIE1-2 2AALIE1-S5 2AALMA1 2AALND1 2ABAMA1 2ABAMA1-S40 2AC9PC1 2AE8GB1 2AHWGB1 2AMPBG1 2AMWIE1 2AMWIE1-1 2AOBGB2 2APMPT1 2APWGB1 2APWGB1-1 2APZIE1 2ARGCH1 2ARGES3 2ARGES3-1 2ARGES3-P 2ARGES3-PM 2ARGES3-R 2ARGGP1 2ARGMC3 2ARGMD1 2ARGMQ1 2ATBAL3 2ATBAT1 2ATBGR1 2ATBHU1 2ATBME1 2ATBMK1 2ATBNL1 2ATBPL1 2ATBPL1-S40 2ATMCV1 2ATMST1 2ATNHU1 2ATNHU1-1 2ATNHU1-BS60 2ATWGB1 2ATWGB1-1 2ATWIE1 2ATWIE1-1 2AVDMK1 2AVIHI1 2AVNHR1 2AVNRS1 2AVRGB1 2AVRGB1-1 2AVVBG1 2AWNIT1 2AWNIT1-P 2B1NNZ1 2B2DNZ1 2BALAP1 2BALGB1 2BALGB1-1 2BALGB1-2 2BALHU1 2BALHU1-2 2BALHU1-B 2BALIB1 2BALIE1 2BALIE1-S5 2BALMA1 2BALND1 2BBAMA1 2BC9PC1 2BE8GB1 2BE8GB1-1 2BE8GBK 2BE8GBK-1 2BHWGB1 2BMPBG1 2BMWIE1 2BOBGB2 2BPMPT1 2BPWGB1 2BPZIE1 2BPZIE1-1 2BRGCH1 2BRGES3 2BRGES3-1 2BRGGP1 2BRGMC3 2BRGMD1 2BRGMQ1 2BTBAL3 2BTBAT1 2BTBGR1 2BTBGR1-S40 2BTBHU1 2BTBME1 2BTBMK1 2BTBNL1 2BTBPL1 2BTMCV1 2BTMST1 2BTNHU1 2BTWGB1 2BTWIE1 2BVDMK1 2BVIHI1 2BVNHR1 2BVNHR1-2 2BVNRS1 2BVRGB1 2BVVBG1 2BWNIT1 2C2DNZ1 2CALAP1 2CALGB1 2CALGB1-1 2CALGB1-P 2CALHU1 2CALHU1-1P 2CALIB1 2CALIE1 2CALMA1 2CALND1 2CBAMA1 2CC9PC1 2CE8GB1 2CHWGB1 2CHWGB1-P 2CMPBG1 2CMWIE1 2COBGB2 2COBGB2-1 2CPMPT1 2CPWGB1 2CPZIE1 2CRGCH1 2CRGES3 2CRGES3-P 2CRGGP1 2CRGMD1 2CRGMQ1 2CTBAL3 2CTBAT1 2CTBGR1 2CTBHU1 2CTBME1 2CTBMK1 2CTBNL1 2CTBPL1 2CTMCV1 2CTMST1 2CTNHU1 2CTNHU1-1 2CTWGB1 2CTWIE1 2CVDMK1 2CVIHI1 2CVNHR1 2CVNRS1 2CVRGB1 2CVVBG1 2CWNIT1 2CWNIT1-P 2D2DNZ1 2DALAP1 2DALGB1 2DALHU1 2DALIB1 2DALIE1 2DALMA1 2DALND1 2DBAMA1 2DC9PC1 2DHWGB1 2DMPBG1 2DMWIE1 2DOBGB2 2DPMPT1 2DPWGB1 2DPWGB1-1 2DPZIE1 2DRGCH1 2DRGES3 2DRGES3-R 2DRGGP1 2DRGMD1 2DRGMQ1 2DTBAL3 2DTBAT1 2DTBGR1 2DTBHU1 2DTBHU1-2 2DTBME1 2DTBMK1 2DTBNL1 2DTBPL1 2DTMCV1 2DTMST1 2DTNHU1 2DTWGB1 2DTWIE1 2DVDMK1 2DVIHI1 2DVNHR1 2DVNRS1 2DVRGB1 2DVVBG1 2DWNIT1 2E2DNZ1 2EALAP1 2EALGB1 2EALHU1 2EALIB1 2EALIE1 2EALMA1 2EBAMA1 2EC9PC1 2EMPBG1 2EMWIE1 2EPMPT1 2EPWGB1 2EPZIE1 2ERGCH1 2ERGES3 2ERGES3-PM 2ERGGP1 2ERGMD1 2ERGMQ1 2ETBAL3 2ETBAT1 2ETBGR1 2ETBHU1 2ETBME1 2ETBMK1 2ETBNL1 2ETBPL1 2ETMCV1 2ETMST1 2ETNHU1 2ETWGB1 2ETWIE1 2EVDMK1 2EVIHI1 2EVNHR1 2EVNRS1 2EVRGB1 2EVVBG1 2EWNIT1 2F2DNZ1 2FALAP1 2FALGB1 2FALHU1 2FALIB1 2FALIE1 2FALMA1 2FBAMA1 2FC9PC1 2FMPBG1 2FOBGB2 2FPMPT1 2FPWGB1 2FPZIE1 2FRGCH1 2FRGES3 2FRGGP1 2FRGMQ1 2FTBAL3 2FTBAT1 2FTBGR1 2FTBHU1 2FTBME1 2FTBMK1 2FTBNL1 2FTBPL1 2FTMCV1 2FTMST1 2FTNHU1 2FTWGB1 2FTWIE1 2FVDMK1 2FVIHI1 2FVNHR1 2FVNRS1 2FVRGB1 2FVVBG1 2FWNIT1 2G2DNZ1 2GALAP1 2GALGB1 2GALHU1 2GALIB1 2GALIE1 2GALMA1 2GC9PC1 2GMPBG1 2GMWIE1 2GOBGB2 2GPMPT1 2GPWGB1 2GPZIE1 2GRGCH1 2GRGES3 2GRGGP1 2GRGMQ1 2GTBAL3 2GTBAT1 2GTBGR1 2GTBHU1 2GTBMK1 2GTBNL1 2GTBPL1 2GTMCV1 2GTMST1 2GTNHU1 2GTWGB1 2GTWIE1 2GVDMK1 2GVIHI1 2GVNHR1 2GVNRS1 2GVRGB1 2GVVBG1 2GWNIT1 2HRGCH1 2HRGES3 2HRGGP1 2HRGMC3 2HRGMQ1 2J2DNZ1 2JALAP1 2JALGB1 2JALHU1 2JALIB1 2JALIE1 2JALMA1 2JALND1 2JC9PC1 2JE8GB1 2JPMPT1 2JPWGB1 2JPZIE1 2JRGCH1 2JRGES3 2JRGES3-PM2 2JRGGP1 2JRGMQ1 2JTBAL3 2JTBGR1 2JTBHU1 2JTBMK1 2JTBNL1 2JTBPL1 2JTMCV1 2JTNHU1 2JTWIE1 2JTWIE1-1 2JVDMK1 2JVIHI1 2JVNRS1 2JVVBG1 2JWNIT1 2KVDZAA 2atbpl1

You can find your phone Provider Id in logs during connection or 'get info' operation.
Example: 4034X-2A1NNZ1
Also you can find the CU under the battery above imei numbers.

  • Flash firmware process erases FRP and USERDATA partitions. All user data will be lost. Please save all important data from the phones internal memory to safe place before doing flash firmware.
  • You can flash firmware for different providers but this can lead to bricking your phone. You can always return to the original firmware.

To flash firmware on the handset do the following steps:

  1. Download firmware from download area
  2. Connect to the phone
  3. Click on the ... button under the Flash tag
  4. Select *.sbf file in the firmware folder
  5. If you have a scatter firmware, change extention filter in the Open Firmware Dialog to "*sca" and select scatter file. We dont provide firmware in scatter format but you can find it in the internet.
  6. Click on the 'Firmware' button in the 'Flash' section
  7. Wait untill firmware download process finishes
  8. Disconnect the phone
  9. Switch on the phone and wait until it bootes. The boot process after firmware download can last up to 40 minutes. Please be patient


Repair Imei

  • This operation is paid. It costs 10 credits.
  • The operation of changing imei changes all imei numbers at once. Please be careful.
  • Flashing new firmware restores the original imei.
  • You dont need to root the handset or flash twrp or other recoveries. EasyBox Mtk doesnt need root or other things to change imei numbers. It works directly with handset flash device.
  • Internet connection is required to perform imei changing operation.
  • EasyBox Mtk prints the original imei numbers, than new imei numbers if they were already changed.
  • If you need to restore the original imei, you need to flash firmware. It will automatically restore default imeis
You can check imei numbers by typing *#06# in the dialing window of the handset.

To change imei numbers do the following steps

  1. Connect to the phone
  2. Change all imei numbers to the values you want at the right bottom side of the window
  3. Press "Repair IMEI" button
  4. Wait until 'IMEI successfully repaired' appears in the log
  5. Disconnect the phone
  6. Switch on the handset and check new imei numbers.


Factory Reset

To make factory reset do the following steps

  1. Connect to the phone
  2. Press 'Factory reset' button
  3. Disconnect the phone
  4. Switch on the handest and wait until initializing process is finished


Reset FRP

To reset FRP do the following steps
  1. Connect to the phone
  2. Press 'Reset frp' button
  3. Wait until 'FRP Resetting complete' appears in the log
  4. Disconnect the phone


Dump security

Dump security operation is helpful when you want to backup security data before unlocking the phone

To dump security area do the following steps
  1. Connect to the phone
  2. Press 'Dump security' button and select the name for the file to save
  3. Wait until 'Dump security success' appears in the log
  4. Disconnect the phone


Flash security

Flash security operation can be helpful when you want to restore simlock of the unlocked handset

To flash security area do the following steps

  1. Connect to the phone
  2. Click on the ... button under the Flash tag
  3. Select *.sbf file with security backup
  4. Press "Security" button in the 'Flash' section
  5. Wait until 'Flashing security success' appears in the log
  6. Disconnect the phone


Repair provider id

You need to repair provider id if you reflash the handset to the firmware of the relevant model. For example 5060D to 5060K

Before changing any data in the handset flash memory, EasyBox Mtk dumps all product info partition into the file in the 'backups' folder. You always can restore provider id by flashing this backup file back to the handset.

To repair provider id do the following steps

  1. Connect to the phone
  2. Change probider id value to the value you want at the right bottom side of the window
  3. Press "Repair Provider id" button
  4. Wait until 'IMEI successfully repaired' appears in the log
  5. Disconnect the phone


Flash product info

You can flash product info back to restore original Provider Id

To flash product info do the following steps

  1. Connect to the phone
  2. Click on the ... button under the Flash tag
  3. Select *.sbf file with product info backup
  4. Press "Product info" button in the 'Flash' section
  5. Wait until 'Flashing product info success' appears in the log
  6. Disconnect the phone