Former Writer · Jan 25, 2012 at 12:00 pm

Patch Utility Manager Flashes Variety of Patches to Select Samsung Devices

Modifications, patches and scripts are wonderful and are the easiest software to implement to a device without requiring the old full wipe and flash. There are also a very large number of mods, patches and scripts and sometimes it’s hard for a user to find and keep track of them all.

For those with Samsung devices, namely the Samsung Galaxy S II and the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, you now have a tool that will help you with installing patches to your device. XDA Member Pako7, the utility creator, explains:

The program is designed to install patches in the most universal applets\libraries firmware of Samsung-communicators. It works with both odexed, and with deodexed components of many firmware of devices I9100/I91**,N7000,I9250(Galaxy NEXUS),I8150. Likely to install some patches and other communicators based on the Android OS. Optionally, the added ability to load external data from internet. Information about loading the file is stored in the archive dllink.pum.

So for those who want to install some patches and happen to have one of the supported devices, you can find instructions for use, download links and any other information in the original thread. You can also find a list of supported patches in the 2nd post. As usual, be sure to exercise the appropriate caution and create full backups before attempting.


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