Qualcomm Snapdragon 427 (MSM8920) 000860E1 - a supported Qualcomm model by ChimeraTool

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Qualcomm Snapdragon 427 (MSM8920)

000860E1

Qualcomm Snapdragon 427 (MSM8920)

Features

Backup phone  
Factory reset  
FRP Remove  
Root  
Update Firmware  

Supported Brands

AHNDY
Asus
ASUSTek
CMCC
FancyMaker
GIONEE
Hisense
HMD
Jio Platforms Limited
LCT
LENOVO
LGE
LONGCHEER
MEDION AG
Meizu
MEIZU
Micromax
Motorola Inc
OEM
ONTIM
OPPO
QUALCOMM
Samsung Corporation
SecTools
T2MMOBILE
TCL MOBILE
TCLMOBILE
vivo
WINGTECH
Xiaomi
YuLong
ZTE

* You can use your own compatible programmer, Chimera will let you browse files from your computer. Therefore other brands may be supported.

Licences

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