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1: Integrates Unbrick / Flash ROM / Root All-In-One.

2: Use the same protocol as ODIN, but 2nas is more user-friendly and easy-to-use.

3: Cloud based database to flash your android phone with correct files(ROM, etc)

4: Automatically download necessery files to flash, and check them with SHA1, it's safe for your phone.

5: Store all downloaded files in local disk, under a good directory structure, it's usefull when you have several phones.
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So you are having people flash their phones over the internet? What if the net disconnects? I hope the service is free ....and is this service even necessary. Flashing roms sometimes ends up in problems and you have to flash again, isn't it better to just use Odin and have the roms on a pc?

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So you are having people flash their phones over the internet? What if the net disconnects? I hope the service is free ....and is this service even necessary. Flashing roms sometimes ends up in problems and you have to flash again, isn't it better to just use Odin and have the roms on a pc?

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just looked at the site, looking at the screenshot, it just looks like a pc app that downloads firmware from the clouds?

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just looked at the site, looking at the screenshot, it just looks like a pc app that downloads firmware from the clouds?

So not actually flashing over the net.
download firmware from cloud, store in local disk and check SHA. you can flash whenever you want.
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So you are having people flash their phones over the internet? What if the net disconnects? I hope the service is free ....and is this service even necessary. Flashing roms sometimes ends up in problems and you have to flash again, isn't it better to just use Odin and have the roms on a pc?

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Hi, it' free .
and it downloads firmwares from cloud ,store in local disk and checks it's SHA. you can use the firmwares again and again without re-download.
Use the same protocol as ODIN, but 2nas is more user-friendly and easy-to-use.
 
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alright.. how is it 'cloud'? Are you just using the word cloud as a synonym for 'internet'? There's nothing in the software that requires a 'cloud'..

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alright.. how is it 'cloud'? Are you just using the word cloud as a synonym for 'internet'? There's nothing in the software that requires a 'cloud'..

Sorry, but just had to vent.
I guess in this case, the database of ROM's name, dowbload link as cloud?

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alright.. how is it 'cloud'? Are you just using the word cloud as a synonym for 'internet'? There's nothing in the software that requires a 'cloud'..

Sorry, but just had to vent.
ROM matching is base on the Cloud. When I add New-ROMs or New-Flash-Instructions, you needn't to download this software again
Why not have a try? ^&^
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1: Integrates Root / Flash ROM / Unbrick All-In-One.

2: Use the same protocol as ODIN, but 2nas is more user-friendly and easy-to-use.

3: Cloud based database to flash your android phone with correct files(ROM, etc)

4: Automatically download necessery files to flash, and check them with SHA1, it's safe for your phone.

5: Store all downloaded files in local disk, under a good directory structure, it's usefull when you have several phones.
 
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http://www.2nas.com
Provides :
1: Integrates Root / Flash ROM / Unbrick All-In-One.

2: Use the same protocol as ODIN, but 2nas is more user-friendly and easy-to-use.

3: Cloud based database to flash your android phone with correct files(ROM, etc)

4: Automatically download necessery files to flash, and check them with SHA1, it's safe for your phone.

5: Store all downloaded files in local disk, under a good directory structure, it's usefull when you have several phones.
 
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Can't get it.

Would be nice to know what your tool/service is capable to.

I flashed a wrong ROM, so I still can get to the download but not into recovery mode.

I download the USB driver and your software........and then ????

I don't have currently a proper PC/laptop to try, only a company laptop which doesn't allow me to play with.

More details would be highly appreciated to bring my S3 back to life when I'm back home.

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