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[Q] Rogers g2

24th January 2014, 07:23 PM |#21  
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Originally Posted by gusly

I never used freegee due to it being a paid app. I think I used the flashify app.

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You get what you pay for. Solid access to the new versions of twrp without hassle.

Anyhow, there are two versions: free and paid. I chose paid because Shelnutt, the app's creator, helped me out in a big way on IRC. You can choose free and when it makes everything a breeze you can buy it to support the developer. Because it would be unfortunate to lose access to freegee for other devices in the future.

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