Restore YU Yureka to Stock ROM CyanogenMod OS 11 and Unbrick your Device [How To]

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This tutorial shows how to restore YU Yureka to Stock ROM, CyanogenMod OS 11 after you have installed Custom ROM

Earlier we have written a tutorial on how to update YU Yureka to Android 5.0.2 Lollipop using unofficial version of CyanogenMod 12. As that was the unofficial release it might contain some bugs, so after installing it and experimenting with it for some time, if you want to revert back to stock ROM i.e., CyanogenMod 11, then this tutorial is for you. In this tutorial we will guide you on how to restore YU Yureka to Stock ROM.

Restore YU Yureka to Stock ROM CyanogenMod OS 11

As usual before you proceed make sure you have followed pre-requisites listed below, so as to reduce the chances of bricking your device.

Pre-Requisites:

  • Backup all of your important data, as installing ROMs can wipe all of your data.

Backup and Restore SMS

Backup and Restore Contacts

Backup and Restore Call Logs

Backup files on Internal storage to PC

  • Charge your device to at least 75%.
  • Enable USB Debugging.
  • Download and install the USB Drivers for Yureka. As there are no official drivers yet, it is good to install PdaNet application, which will install the USB drivers as well. Once the drivers are installed kill the PdaNet application from task manager.

Disclaimer: We are not responsible for any damage to your device, you are the owner of the device and you have all rights, whether or not to proceed with the steps listed here.

Also Read: How to unlock Bootloader on YU Yureka

Warning: This method is not suitable for the users who have updated their device to Android 5.0.2 Lollipop. If you try to downgrade from Android 5.0.2 Lollipop to KitKat you will probably end up bricking your device. Also it is officially mentioned by YU that it is not possible to downgrade to previous version after installing Lollipop.

How to restore YU Yureka to Stock ROM, CyanogenMod 11:

  • Download the Stock ROM (CyanogenMod 11) from here to your PC and extract it to a folder.
  • Download the flashing tools package from here and extract the contents to the above folder, where you have extracted the ROM files. Make sure system.img, boot.img etc files are in the same folder as flash-all.bat, fastboot.exe etc.
  • Power off YU Yureka.
  • Enter into Bootloader / Fastboot Mode. How go here.
  • Connect your device to PC using OEM USB cable.
  • Now run the flash-all.bat as administrator.
  • Now a CMD will open the flashes all the ROM files to your Yureka.
  • Once done with flashing, disconnect your device from PC and reboot your device, if it doesn’t automatically.

That’s all now you have successfully restored YU Yureka to Stock ROM, CyanogenMod 11. Do let us know in the comment section if you face any issues, while trying to restore YU Yureka to Stock ROM.

Do share this tutorial on Facebook, Twitter and Google Plus etc. and let your friends restore their YU Yureka to Stock ROM, if they have bricked their device.

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12 COMMENTS

  1. i done all the procedure correctly which u r given on the above but now my device is switched on, when i connect my mobile to pc it doesnt glow led but by removing battery and connect phone to pc it glows red light please give me any suggestion to install the stock rom
    thanks in advance

    • If I’m not wrong you are trying to downgrade from Lollipop to KitKat which is not possible and it is clearly mentioned by the YU itself in the software update notification, you can check the image here.

  2. I got my Yureka with kitkat. Then I unlocked bootloader, flashed cwm recovery and rooted. Then I flashed crdroid ROM. I’m on crdroid ROM now. Can I use this procedure or will it brick my device?

    • No, this method will not brick your device, unless you are on the Android 5.0.2 Lollipop firmware which was rolled out by YU.

  3. hey bro. i was downgrading my yureka from lolipop to cm11 then it got strucked and not powering on if i connect my phone to pc it is showing one light on top thats it .. i think my phone has hardbricked then can u solve this problem .. if you can then please reply me soon… i am waiting for ur reply

    • Hey Sunil, I’m sorry to say that you have bricked your device by downgrading it to KitKat from Lollipop. Actually YU has clearly mentioned in the update notification that downgrading is not possible. If you still have access to the Recovery Mode then try flashing the Stock Lollipop version back or else try some Custom ROM’s available at YU forums.

  4. Let me know if you still have issues while downgrading from LP to KK. only thing can help is if you can still go into recovery mode. volume up+down+ power button, if you get into recovery then certainly you can restore the phone to either LP or KK or anything 🙂

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