On this page, you will find the Official Panasonic Eluga S Stock Firmware ROM (Flash File). The Firmware comes in a package and contains Flash Tool, USB Driver, Flash File, How to Flash Manual and IMEI Tool.
Panasonic Eluga S Firmware (Stock ROM)
The Panasonic Stock Firmware can be used to upgrade or downgrade the firmware of your Panasonic device, fixing any software related error, fixing IMEI related error, fixing bootloop error.
Package Name: Panasonic_Eluga_S_4.4.026.P1.141024.3500I_CPB.zip
How to Flash: Follow Guidelines
Package Size: 534 MB
How to Flash Panasonic Eluga S Firmware (Stock ROM)
Step 1: Download and Extract the Panasonic Eluga S Firmware Package on the Computer.
Step 2: Once you have extracted the Package, you will get the Flash File, Flash Tool, Driver and How-to Flash Manual.
Step 3: Now, Install the provided Coolpad USB Driver on your Computer.
Step 4: Once you have successfully installed the Driver, Open YGDP Flash Tool on the Computer.
Step 5: Once the YGDP Flash Tool is Launched, Connect your Device to the Computer by using the USB Cable.
Step 6: Now, Click on the Start Button on the YGDP Flash Tool to begin the Flashing process.
Step 7: Once the flashing is completed, you will see a Upgrade Successful Message at the End.
Step 8: Now, Disconnect your Panasonic Eluga S Smartphone from the Computer and Restart the Device.
[*] YGDP Flash Tool: You can download the latest version of YGDP Flash Tool from YGDP Flash Tool for Windows page.
[*] Backup: We recommend you to take a backup of your personal data and information before flashing the Stock Firmware, because flashing the stock firmware may permanently delete your personal data from the device and you wound be able to recover it.
Caution: We do NOT recommend you to flash the preloader.bin file on Mediatek devices. As it can brick the device, therefore we recommend you to untick the preloader before flashing the stock firmware on your device.
[*] Original firmware: The above firmware is the original flash file, released by the Panasonic Inc. We have scanned the firmware with Eset Internet Security before uploading and publishing.