Here is a guide on how to download FlashFire 0.70 app utility for your Android device. Ever wondered if there is a procedure through which you can flash firmware on your Android device without using a PC? Well, now you can with the new FlashFire app. This app allows you to download OTA packages for your device straight to its internal storage and then flash them right off your phone. Otherwise, normally, you would download the whole firmware package on your PC and then use suitable software like ADB to flash it to your phone via your PC. This app cuts the use of your computer and allows you to flash directly from your device. Keep reading to see more features of FlashFire 0.70 and how to download it.
As the app needs to write your system partition, it is absolutely necessary that it has root privileges so as prerequisite for FlashFire, you need to have root running before hand. The developer behind this is Chainfire – creator of SuperSU utility. As the version number indicates, FlashFire is currently in its initial stages. Chainfire warns users to use the app only if they have correct information and we can’t agree more. Make sure you have a method to flash the same firmware using a computer just in case. Keep reading to download and install FlashFire 0.70.
FlashFire 0.70 – Details:
FlashFire is quite a diverse app and supports lots of different firmware formats. It is similar to what was Mobile ODIN back in the day but Chainfire claims it works quite differently. Here is a brief description of the app:
FlashFire is the most advanced on-device firmware flasher available for rooted Android devices. It can flash full firmware packages from various manufacturers, as well as apply over-the-air (OTA) and ZIP updates – all while maintaining root, and without using a custom recovery. It also offers full device backup and restore functionalities in several formats. Relevant files can be stored on internal storage, SD cards, USB connected storage, or can even be streamed directly to and from your computer using USB or Wi-Fi.
FlashFire 0.70 – Screenshots:
Here are screenshots of the FlashFire 0.70 app:
Download FlashFire 0.70:
As mentioned, to make proper use of the app, you need to have root running on your device. Once you have made sure of that, download from the link:
Download from Play Store: [root] FlashFire
Do let us know which firmware would you be installing through Flashfire in the comments section below.