Haroon Q. Raja · Sep 4, 2012 at 07:00 am

Easily Flash, Mod and Backup Your Android Device from PC with UniFlash

Find yourself flashing ROMs to your Android phone or tablet frequently, but wish there were a way to do so from the comfort of your computer? Want to edit the ROMs you flash safely before installing them, to remove the apps you don’t need and add some additional ones that you do? Want to flash individual partitions to your phone directly from a PC using a GUI, without having to meddle with fastboot commands yourself? Want to edit your build.prop right from your PC? Want to modify the /system partition of your device to add or remove system apps from a GUI on your computer? You can do all this from one single application: UniFlash!

Brought to us by XDA Member MihailPro, UniFlash aims to be a Swiss Army knife for your Android device that lets you edit and flash ROMs and partitions, add or remove system apps, edit system files, and even perform and restore backups—all from an easy-to-use graphical interface on your PC. To learn more about the features of UniFlash or to get started using it, simply visit the forum thread. Do keep in mind though that it is a new tool and there may be some glitches, so always take a backup first.


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