orb3000 · Apr 20, 2010 at 10:27 pm

New IMGFSFromDump-TURBO Version Available

Are you used to work with Kitchens to flash ROMs? If so you´ll find this application very useful as it will decrease the time you need to flash. The updated version is now available!

Originally posted by airxtreme
Yes, it’s actually just as awesome as it sounds: multicore-multithreaded compression allows it to compress up to 2x faster on dualcores and 4x faster on quadcores but it’s not just that, it also does realtime file prefetching while compressing, allowing imgfs to be built much faster even on singlecore machines. The new v2.2.2 version also allows selecting the compression (LZX/XPR/None), overriding the compression setting dictated by the source imgfs file.

Remember to fasten your seat belts and turn off any electronic gadget, it’s so fast your PC chassis could actually take off! And remember, *use this at your own risk* I don’t take responsibilities, especially if your computer chassis really takes off .

Continue on to the application thread for more information.


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