How To Install Custom ROMs / Kernel Images With Flash Image GUI


29.04.2011

How To Install Custom ROMs / Kernel Images With Flash Image GUI

As you probably know (or not) Android is a software platform for gadgets and mobile phones based on Linux core, developed initially by Google company, and later by the commercial consortium Open Handset Alliance. Android operating system allows the developers to write Java-based codes, controlling the devices running on it by using the Java libraries developed by Google. The apps written in C++ and other programming languages can be compiled and opened in ARM machine code, and this developing model is officially powered by Google.

The Android platform was launched on November 5 2007 and announced by with the founding of Open Handset Alliance, a consortium of 48 hardware, software and telecommunication companies, built to develop different parts and softwares for mobile devices. Google launched most of the Android code under the Apache licence, a free-software and open source licence.

Now, a lot of Android based devices were launched on the market. I guess all of you heard about Samsung Galaxy S, Google Nexus S and Motorola DROID smartphones, as well about Samsung Galaxy Tab and Motorola Xoom tablets. But Motorola and Samsung are not the only devices using the Android platform, but the above mentioned smartphons and tablets are one of the most famous in the business.

But if you own an Android based device you probably want to keep your phone / tablet up-to-date with the latest firmwares available. Here, at mobile-review.ws, we showed you how to update Samsung Galaxy S to Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread, how to update Motorola Droid X to Android 2.3.2 Gingerbread, how to upgrade Google Nexus S to Android 3.0 Honeycomb, or how to update Samsung Galaxy S to Android 2.3.2 Gingerbread. We even posted guides to teach you how to update Android firmwares on tabletes, like updating your Samsung Galaxy Tab to Android 2.2 Froyo, and even tutorials of how to install custom ROMs on Android devices.

Now flashing your Android devices gets a lot more easy. Since Flash Image GUI application has been launched even the beginners can flash custom ROMs, or perform Kernel installations.¬†Since Flash Image GUI has a very user-friendly interface, so you don’t need to be a geek to be able to use this amazing application. But the current version of the above mentioned application is able to handle only a few devices, like Samsung Intercept,¬†Samsung Transform,¬†Samsung Moment,¬†Samsung Acclaim, HTC Evo or HTC Shift. Now all you have to do is go the XDA Developers forum, download the latest available version of Flash Image GUI and start performing custom ROMs and Kernel installations with ease.

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