[TOOL][FASTBOOT] QuikIMG - A frontend for fastboot [0.2 beta][22 Mar]

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doomed151

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Dec 5, 2009
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QuikIMG

A small tool I made to flash .img files through fastboot easily and quickly, without the need to type in commands manually. Originally I only made it for personal use but I decided to release it here. Someone might find this useful. :)

Q: FlashTool has this feature. Why bother?
A: Just because I can. Use whichever you prefer.

Screenshots

lS3k
lS3r


Requirements

  • Unlocked bootloader.
  • A USB cable.
  • Fastboot already working.
  • Windows.

Release Notes

0.2 beta (22 Mar)
  • List is refreshable.
  • MD5 hash of selected file.
  • Ability to boot (without flashing) a kernel.
  • UI changes.

0.1 beta (17 Mar)
  • Initial release.

Downloads

QuikIMG-0.2-beta.zip (1.66 MB)

Instructions

  1. Extract the contents anywhere you like.
  2. Place .img files inside /QuikIMG/images.
  3. Start QuikIMG.
  4. Choose .img file.
  5. Choose desired partition.
  6. Click "Flash"
  7. Wait for it to flash and then you're done.

Known Issues

  • Shell output doesn't update in real time. Seems to be an issue with fastboot.exe.
  • File filtering currently not implemented. You can put any file in the "images" folder and have fastboot flash it. Please be careful.

Planned Features

  • Ability to individually flash an .img file anywhere on your PC.
  • Configurable images directory.

Disclaimer

This beta software is to be used only by advanced users who know what they're doing. I hold no responsibility for damaged/bricked/exploded devices. I do not own the included md5sums executable as it is only used to complete a feature in the software.

If you have any suggestions or found a bug, post it here and I'll see what I can do. Hit 'Thanks' if this tool helped you.
 
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dinesh690

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Dec 9, 2011
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Thanks for this, became tedious renaming each kernel to boot.img

Sent from my LT18i using Tapatalk
 
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isangelous

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Jan 28, 2009
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Actually, you didn't have to rename them.
Code:
fastboot flash boot <file name>.img
You can also open the CMD in the fastboot directory, type:
Code:
fastboot flash boot
Then drag the .img from your download folder to the CMD window and it will enter the full path for you (with quotes if required).

Doomed: Thank you for this useful tool. Please could you show the MD5 hash for the selected image?
 

jjdoctor

Inactive Recognized Developer
May 3, 2011
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Well That was the first time I had system.img flashed to my Phone.. My fastboot had that Waiting for Device issue and I tried my best but couldnt resolve it..

But this application did it for me...:D


Btw.. I had one issue flashing userdata.img.. I cant make a log but it showed some "1 Black had bad sector".. dont know what could that mean...
 

primod808

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Mar 5, 2011
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wont let me drag img file

hello can you help i drag my img kernel in the box but it doesn't show in the box. what am i missing?

my phone shows it is "connected".

thanks.
 
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    QuikIMG

    A small tool I made to flash .img files through fastboot easily and quickly, without the need to type in commands manually. Originally I only made it for personal use but I decided to release it here. Someone might find this useful. :)

    Q: FlashTool has this feature. Why bother?
    A: Just because I can. Use whichever you prefer.

    Screenshots

    lS3k
    lS3r


    Requirements

    • Unlocked bootloader.
    • A USB cable.
    • Fastboot already working.
    • Windows.

    Release Notes

    0.2 beta (22 Mar)
    • List is refreshable.
    • MD5 hash of selected file.
    • Ability to boot (without flashing) a kernel.
    • UI changes.

    0.1 beta (17 Mar)
    • Initial release.

    Downloads

    QuikIMG-0.2-beta.zip (1.66 MB)

    Instructions

    1. Extract the contents anywhere you like.
    2. Place .img files inside /QuikIMG/images.
    3. Start QuikIMG.
    4. Choose .img file.
    5. Choose desired partition.
    6. Click "Flash"
    7. Wait for it to flash and then you're done.

    Known Issues

    • Shell output doesn't update in real time. Seems to be an issue with fastboot.exe.
    • File filtering currently not implemented. You can put any file in the "images" folder and have fastboot flash it. Please be careful.

    Planned Features

    • Ability to individually flash an .img file anywhere on your PC.
    • Configurable images directory.

    Disclaimer

    This beta software is to be used only by advanced users who know what they're doing. I hold no responsibility for damaged/bricked/exploded devices. I do not own the included md5sums executable as it is only used to complete a feature in the software.

    If you have any suggestions or found a bug, post it here and I'll see what I can do. Hit 'Thanks' if this tool helped you.
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    Doomed: Thank you for this useful tool. Please could you show the MD5 hash for the selected image?

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    QuikIMG 0.2 beta released.
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    Thanks for this, became tedious renaming each kernel to boot.img

    Sent from my LT18i using Tapatalk

    Actually, you didn't have to rename them.
    Code:
    fastboot flash boot <file name>.img
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    l9ev

    "Win" for fastboot flash boot some strange kernel.img

    Thanks doomed
    Sent from my MT15i using Tapatalk
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