Hello, we have been asked a lot of times regarding the stock ROM. Many of our users have been searching for the stock ROM for Lenovo A6000/Plus. Well without making more late, we found the Pure Stock Rom For Lenovo A6000/Plus which will bring back you to the default state of your device when you first purchased it. Yes if you have installed a custom on your device and have found it a little glitchy or not so comfortable to use and want to revert back to the original state, then you are at the right place. You can download the Pure Stock ROM for Lenovo A6000/Plus.
Many times it happens that you have stuck on the boot screen or some of the features is not working on your Lenovo A6000/Plus like the Camera app not responding or maybe the SIM network is not there. It has happened to me many times like this. And recently after installing Unofficial CyanogenMod 12 ROM my device lost its IMEI and it resulted in no network. But fortunately, I had this stock ROM which helped me to restore the IMEI and make the networks reinstate.
So, you can download the Pure Stock ROM for Lenovo A6000/Plus below.
DISCLAIMER : In no means we are responsible if you brick your phone or your SD card dies or your phone behaves abnormally. It is your sole and your own responsibility to install the pure stock rom on your phone. If you’re unaware of custom/stock roms and its bugs then please do not go any further.
1. Rooted device – You can read the guide here for rooting your Lenovo A6000/Plus
2. CWM installed – You can follow the tutorial here for installing CWM.
3. Pure Stock Rom – Download it from below.
4. Backup all your data.
About the ROM:
Android Version: 4.4.4
Compatible with: Lenovo A6000 and Lenovo A6000 Plus
ROM type: Pure Stock Rom
Version: Vibe UI 2.0
Features of the ROM:
- Nothing removed
- Everything intact
How to install Pure Stock ROM on Lenovo A6000/Plus:
Step 1: Copy both the files to your SD card
Step 2: Boot into Recovery (Follow the guide to go to recovery)
Step 3: Please take an entire backup of your current ROM through the CWM menu. So that you can restore it back if you fail to install the stock ROM (optional)
Step 4: Enter recovery
Step 5: Make a full wipe including “system”
Step 6: Flash the ROM
Step 7: Reboot (the first boot can take up to 5 minutes)