A direct regeneration of cathode materials from spent LiFePO4 batteries using a solid phase sintering method has been proposed in this article. The spent battery is firstly dismantled to separate the cathode and anode plate, and then the cathode plate is soaked in DMAC organic solvent to separate the cathode materials and Al foil at optimal conditions of 30 min at 30 °C and solid liquid ratio of 1[thin space (1/6-em)]:[thin space (1/6-em)]20 g ml−1. XRD and SEM results of the spent LiFePO4 after separation show that there are some impurity phase components and irregular morphologies with many agglomerations. The spent materials are regenerated at appropriate temperatures with doping of new LiFePO4 at different ratios. Battery capacities from regenerated LiFePO4 can reach over 120 mA h g−1 at 0.1C discharge conditions, especially with the highest value of 144 mA h g−1 with a doping ratio of 3[thin space (1/6-em)]:[thin space (1/6-em)]7 at 700 °C. The rate capabilities and cycling performance of batteries made from regenerated LiFePO4 with doping at 600 °C and 700 °C are generally better than those at 800 °C. All the performances of batteries made from regenerated LiFePO4 with pure phase and uniform morphology can meet the basic requirements for reuse.