Simple Recovery Switcher

Simple Recovery Switcher


Must have ROOT and Busybox installed.

This app will allow you to switch recoveries simply. There are two ways to flash using the app. The one tab method will switch between a custom and stock recovery on your sd card and the other way is to flash any recovery stored on your device. Please see instructions below.

Instructions:
To use the one tap method:
1. place a custom recovery on your internal SD card and name it "custom.img"
2. place a stock recovery on your internal SD card and name it "stock.img" (without quotes, case matters)
3. Once they are on your internal card you can just tap "Custom" to flash to custom recovery or "Stock" to flash back to stock recovery.


To flash any recovery on your device:
1. Press the floating action button on the bottom right side of the screen.
2. Select a .img file from either internal or external SD card
3. Confirm yes or no if you want to flash

*Support for more devices added besides just devices using Snapdragon SOC's
-Should support most Terga devices
-Should support most Snapdragon devices
-Should support most Exynos devices
If your device is not supported the app will inform you it's not supported and then will automatically close

Get the donate version here: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.graffixnyc.simplerecoveryswitcherdonate

Check out my website where you can get support in the forums http://www.graffixnyc.com

Recent changes:
*Now you can flash any recovery image stored on your device: Internal and External SD, OTG(If supported)

*Support for more devices added besides just devices using Snapdragon SOC's
-Should support most Terga devices
-Should support most Snapdragon devices
-Should support most Exynos devices

*Bug Fixes
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About Simple Recovery Switcher
Must have ROOT and Busybox installed.

This app will allow you to switch recoveries simply. There are two ways to flash using the app. The one tab method will switch between a custom and stock recovery on your sd card and the other way is to flash any recovery stored on your device. Please see instructions below.

Instructions:
To use the one tap method:
1. place a custom recovery on your internal SD card and name it "custom.img"
2. place a stock recovery on your internal SD card and name it "stock.img" (without quotes, case matters)
3. Once they are on your internal card you can just tap "Custom" to flash to custom recovery or "Stock" to flash back to stock recovery.


To flash any recovery on your device:
1. Press the floating action button on the bottom right side of the screen.
2. Select a .img file from either internal or external SD card
3. Confirm yes or no if you want to flash

*Support for more devices added besides just devices using Snapdragon SOC's
-Should support most Terga devices
-Should support most Snapdragon devices
-Should support most Exynos devices
If your device is not supported the app will inform you it's not supported and then will automatically close

Get the donate version here: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.graffixnyc.simplerecoveryswitcherdonate

Check out my website where you can get support in the forums http://www.graffixnyc.com

Recent changes:
*Now you can flash any recovery image stored on your device: Internal and External SD, OTG(If supported)

*Support for more devices added besides just devices using Snapdragon SOC's
-Should support most Terga devices
-Should support most Snapdragon devices
-Should support most Exynos devices

*Bug Fixes

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A Google User
Mar 7, 2015
Root Hey does it work to root?
A Google User
Feb 26, 2015
[Staples Ad] That was easy! Thanks!
A Google User
Feb 7, 2015
it doesnt work with x86 kitkat phones
A Google User
Jan 24, 2015
Does what it says
A Google User
Jan 22, 2015
Waste