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Its based on cwm so doesn't have the bugs and quirks (compatability issues etc) that twrp has but has all the functions twrp has and more...

Its a no brainer for me

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hmm while I am bouncing between devices I will give this a shot and see how I like it. Thanks for the info.
 
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So wondering we have two votes for philz... I have never used it.... Always been twrp or cwm... What makes you guys want to use philz?

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I've always liked cwm. Philz just made it better. If I had a criticism, it would be that there are almost too many options, but there can't be too many options. Also, I used to use the multi-zip flash option quite a bit with my gnex.
 
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I used to use the multi-zip flash option quite a bit with my gnex.
Although I was one of the original users requesting that feature, I've never used it

I wrote a tasker task to do it for me.
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Although I was one of the original users requesting that feature, I've never used it

I wrote a tasker task to do it for me.
Hah! Yeah I haven't used it since my N5 showed up. Still running rooted stock and Franco.
 
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There are a couple of file managers like astros dateimanager which can move your files from the SD card to a secured location using root

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