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Announcement from cgollner: Easily flash and backup kernel and recovery using Flashify
4th July 2013, 03:09 AM   |  #1  
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Hello XDA folks,

I present to you Flashify. My new tool app to help you easily flash and backup your stuff!

With this app you will be able to easily flash boot.img, recovery.img and also .zip files.
To flash .img files, you won't even need to have a custom recovery. Just flash and reboot.

To flash .zip files, you'll need a custom recovery. If you have TWRP you will also be able to wipe cache, dalvik and data.

To help you keep track of your flashing, the app has a recents list, which you can access to quickly flash again.

You can also backup/restore boot and recovery. You will be able to choose between Sdcard and cloud (Dropbox). If you choose Dropbox,
the app will automatically synchronize your backups between devices and installs/uninstalls.

Flash from anywhere! Do you want to flash from your favorite File Explorer? No biggie, that also works together with Flashify. Any other app that opens files will also work with Flashify, seamslessly, for the best user experience.


Please let me know if you have another device, and if it is working or not.



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Flashify, App for the Android General

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Status: Stable

Created 2013-11-13
Last Updated 2014-10-16
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4th July 2013, 03:26 AM   |  #2  
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working on LG L7 P700
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4th July 2013, 03:30 AM   |  #3  
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Originally Posted by dr.pavulon

working on LG L7 P700
nice work!

Awesome work! Hate to thread jack but what is that keyboard?

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4th July 2013, 03:36 AM   |  #4  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by dr.pavulon

working on LG L7 P700
nice work!

Awesome! Glad to know that it works on other devices as well!

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Awesome work! Hate to thread jack but what is that keyboard?

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Haha, no problem. https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...htype.swiftkey
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I tested the Xperia neo v could not backup the kernel, the message came photo.

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4th July 2013, 03:42 AM   |  #6  
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I tested the Xperia neo v could not backup the kernel, the message came photo.

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OK, thanks for testing. I'll have to find out how it works on your device.
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OK, thanks for testing. I'll have to find out how it works on your device.

would be great if you work because we Xperia users were connected to the computer to be able to replace the kernel

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I have a similar question? Us HTC users who are not soff have to flash boot IMG with adb. Would this beable to bypass the whole computer system?

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I have a similar question? Us HTC users who are not soff have to flash boot IMG with adb. Would this beable to bypass the whole computer system?

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Sorry, the app can not handle the HTC protection... :-\

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Thanks. That's kind of what I figured but I was hopeful. I just don't have a computer to soff. I was limited on the time I had to root.

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