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Hi there everyone! 
Is there a way to flash several zip files in a row, without having to select them all the time, one by one? Like a Flash Queue that I can save and use every time I want. 

Cheers! 
Oh, and thanks +Christian Göllner  for the awesome app!
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Well, there's always hope and a wishlist :)
Thank you +Christian Göllner !
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Mehdi Krit

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Can anyone tell me where Flashify saves the backup for the current kernel? I could not find it in the SD card.
Thanks
[SOLVED] it's under sd/android/data/
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Charles Barclay

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I think my most favorite app of all time that I've been using as long as I can remember need's updating,it's not performing like it use to,?????
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I used Flashify today on my Nexus 5 running stock 5.1 with Code Blue to flash a zip, it worked just fine as always. 
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David Sánchez

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Hi +Christian Göllner​. I'm seeing a problem with Flashify and CM12. It can't read the recovery information, says "stock recovery". This has been happening since the first CM12 nightly builds and I haven't been able to use Flashify for months now. When I try to flash something it just boots to recovery, runs an empty script and then reboots to system, i.e., it does nothing.

Nexus 4
CM12 nightlies
TWRP 2.8.5.2
SuperSU 2.46
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Here too on Bacon.
TWRP 2.8.6.0
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Ryan Lee

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Hi, I'm pretty new to this. My Asus Transformer Prime is rooted and has Cyanogen (Android 4.3) on it already, but recovery doesn't seem to work. When I boot to recovery, it just hangs. Booting into Cyanogen works fine, though.

When I tried to use Flashify to select an image to flash, it crashes. It also crashes if I try to go to download an image. 

Can anyone help me? Thanks in advance!
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Did you get it working? I'm curious now, 😂 TWRP is the greatest recovery of them all, I have an S5 and I usually flash my stuff through Odin 3.09.
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Hey guys I just got the Nexus 6 I was wondering if you can flash the newest stock image with flashify. I'm n6 newbie help me?
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You can only flash boot and recovery images. 
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erwin san juan

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will flashify work on my huawei ascend 510-200 ? twrp has already have a zip file for my device , how could i install twrp successfully using flashify ? my bootloader is still lock ..
please help
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Shreerat Kamath

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Hi, I have a weird problem. Flashify keeps crashing on my device, I'm running the latest version of flashify on my Nexus 4, lollipop, rooted, franco kernel. I can't for the life of me figure out what's wrong. Tried uninstalling and reinstalling, still the same issue. Help please?
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Fixed! Excellent work. Thanks
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Simon Hutchinson

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I like this recovery. 
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Is there anyway that you would be willing to include the ability for (at least) the nexus line to flash bootloader images?
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Tyagraj Keer

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Hi, I need help urgent- I used to work with flashify with earliers android L & KK but this time tried on one - Meizu m1 Note & bootloader got locked... used TWRP
1. now the mobile is in bootloop
2. I cant unlock bootloader (no correct procedure online, all other tried)
3. cant boot in normal mode (or elase would have tried adb)
4. I took kernel and recovery backup earlier (how can I use it in fastboot)

please help...
http://www.meizu.com/en/products/m1note/features.html
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George Burke

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My first time using this, what are the steps to follow so I don't btick my tablet. Please help a newbie.
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Using this app won't brick your device unless you flash some weird file through it. You just have to mind what file you're flashing. Any file that the app itself downloads and flashes won't brick your device.
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Hisham Mahrous

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Hi, I rooted my Sprint S5 using Towelroot. Now, my device is saying that an OTA update is available. It will not let me update and a message said that my device has been altered. I managed to get the new update.zip but when Flashify tried to do the update, it boots into recovery and will stop.

Any idea to how update the S5? Any help is appreciated.
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I had that problem once. What I did was:

1. Backup apps using Titanium Backup (root required).

2. Removed External SD Card.

3. Rebooted into "Download" mode.

4. Flashed a stock .tar.md5 for my device (which is the SM-G900AZ) using Odin 3.09. You can find YOUR stock Firmware at Sammobile.com If the SD Card is still inserted, after the Firmware Flashing process has complete, booting into "Download" mode will still show CUSTOM.

5. Booted into a FRESH STOCK OEM ROM. Accepted the OTA, and it flashed using stock recovery (note I still haven't put the SD Card back in).

6. Once installed I turned the device off, inserted the SD Card, and booted into my ROM.

7. Restored apps by using Titanium Backup (root required).

Also know that I use custom ROMs, so usually root is retained because the exploit/SuperSU is built in. If you are going through A MAJOR OTA, it may patch ALL vulnerabilities to obtain root, if that's your cup of tea. I done the research and found out before that if I HAD taken an OTA I was wanting, I would've lost the ability to loose all my "goodies" for what was 3 months. So I opted to take and AOSP updated ROM instead, 😂 
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Charles Barclay

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You know what I would love to see on flashiy,firmware updates like it has for custom recovery ,I know it would probably impossible but would be nice.
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Charles Barclay

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Hi ,I'm having a little problem for the first time in a long while, I'm on Nexus 5 running purity ROM and hybrid kernel to try it out ,before I was on code blue, now I tried both kernels through flashify and keep shutting down my phone, but if I flash them through recovery everything is fine, which is twrp,so I had to reflash my ROM again, any ideas what might be wrong.
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Charles Barclay

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Well I definitely found the problem with my flashify crashing, not a big problem for me ,but since I logged out of Google drive it works 100% every time.
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Wayne Chan

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hi there, i installed flashify to my samsung galaxy note 8 (GT-N5100) and i tried to download any of the 3 recovery images but it says that no recovery image was found on this device. My device is rooted and running on Philz recovery. Please advise how i can download new recovery images. Thanks.
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Can't find stock recovery/boot 5.0 for nexus 4/10. What can I do?
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+Samuel Polizzano:added for Nexus 4 and Nexus 10 now.
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Fabio Casula

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Love your app, but i'm facing a problem.
If i Flash twrp 2.8.2.0 with your app the recovery doesn't boot (it shows me only the logo) but with twrp 2.8.1.0 the recovery boot 
I'm on Android 5.0 Hell's core kernel
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Try using Odin pc
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