FlashFire Is Now Available for All in Google Play, But Is Still Beta

It has rained enough since I speak first of Flash, the application of the acclaimed developer Chainfire, defined as the “spiritual successor of Mobile ODIN”, but not limited to mobile Samsung. His version was then just 0.14 beta, but already pointed out ways.

FlashFire allows you to Flash firmwares from several manufacturers, install updates OTA and Flash ZIP without losing the Custom Recovery, create and restore copies of security and all no need to reboot in recovery mode.

So far, to get Flash you should use the beta of Google Play, Chainfire has described as awkward or something awkward. First you had to join the community of Google +, then sign up as a Beta-tester… Now FlashFire is still beta, but is normally distributed in Google Play, No betas or stories.

The 0.50 version also includes a good dose of corrections, including better compatibility with Android N Preview 3, several fixes related to ADB and the disabling of multi-thread compression because it was causing errors.

If you want to download and try FlashFire, remember that must have root. Moreover, to be posted now normally on Google Play, you won’t have no problem find it and get it. For ChainFire also brings you advantages this change, because now you can leave comments and votes on Google Play, option not available for applications in the beta program.

[root] FlashFire0.5

  • Version of Android: from 4.2
  • Developer: Chainfire
  • Download it in: Google Play
  • Price: Free
  • Category: Tools