ROM Manager Update Brings The Ability To Transfer Nandroid Files To PC Over Wi-Fi
By on December 24th, 2012

ROM crack flashers, here is some good news for you. ROM Manager, which was once the must have app for every advanced Android user who used to flash custom ROMs on his device on a daily basis, is getting a major makeover.

Koush, the developer of ROM Manager, has been working on a UI and functionality upgrade for the app since the last week. While the new UI update is not yet out, he pushed out a new update for ROM Manager that adds a very nifty option to transfer you nandroid backups to your PC or vice versa.

The whole process is pretty simple, and users just need to enable the download server on their Android device via ROM Manager. Then, users can access this download server from their PC’s web browser and transfer nandroid backups to and fro.

This new feature should it make much easier for ROM Manager users to transfer those gigabytes of nandroid data from their phone to their PC or vice versa. The new update (v5.5.0.8) is already live in the Play Store and can be downloaded from here.

Koush is also working on a major upgrade for the Xperia S that will bring with it an updated UI, OTA ROM updates with delta updates and much more.

 

 

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