Download PixelFlasher Tool v6.6.1.0 (Latest Version)

PixelFlasher Tool v6.6.1.0 ( Free (Latest Version)

PixelFlasher is an application designed to flash (update) Pixel™ phones (potentially all Google™ phones/tablets). At its core, PixelFlasher is a UI layer (with bells and whistles) on top of adb / fastboot commands, making many of its features usable on non-Pixel devices as well.

Features PixelFlasher:

The application has two modes: normal mode (basic) and advanced mode (expert).

Basic mode:

  • Simple UI interface, click and go. No more command lines, no more placing all files in one directory.
  • boot.img / init_boot.img management UI, select the boot / init_boot file to patch and click the patch button. Fully Automated patching with Magisk (without manual steps) and perform upgrades without losing root.
  • No more manually extracting files transferring to the phone, patching / re-flashing, and doing multiple reboots.
  • No more setting airplane mode and clearing storage to retain Safetynet / Play Integrity passing.
  • Display details of boot.img (or init_boot.img for Pixel 7 or newer devices).
  • SHA1 checksum.
  • Origin (file it was extracted from).
  • Whether it is patched or not, and if it is patched, what version of Magisk was used to patch it, on what device it was patched, and the date of patching.
  • The SHA1 of the source boot.img file.
  • Option to Live boot from a choice of boot.img or patched image.
  • Flash just the boot / init_boot image.
  • Choose to keep data or wipe data while flashing (Full OTA flashing always keeps data).
  • Ability to flash even if multiple devices are connected to the computer.
  • Option to flash to inactive slot (Full OTA always flashes to inactive slot).
  • Display information about the phone.
  • ID
  • Hardware model.
  • Device architecture.
  • Current installed firmware (build).
  • If it is rooted in Magisk.
  • Magisk version (Magisk Tools).
  • Magisk Manager version (the app).
  • List installed Magisk modules.
  • Connection mode (Adb | Fastboot | Sideload | Recovery).
  • Bootloader version.
  • Active slot.
  • Android OS API version.
  • Convenient quick links to download Android platform tools or device firmware.
  • And a lot more...

Magisk Manager:

Installation UI

  • Supported versions: stable (official), beta (official), canary (official), debug (official), alpha, delta
  • Special build that disables modules, used to recover from bootloops due to bad module(s) when safe mode does not work.

Magisk Backup Manager:

  • List all Magisk backups currently on the device.
  • Highlight the one that is a backup of the current installed version.
  • Delete backups.
  • Manually add backup from PC.
  • Auto Backup: PixelFlasher figures out what needs to be backed up, and if it finds it on the PC, it creates the backup.

Magisk modules management:

Enable / disable modules selectively, this comes in handy to disable suspect modules before an upgrade

Advanced features:

  • The ability to flash custom ROM (with or without patching boot / init_boot)
  • Option to flash to both slots.
  • Options to disable verify and or verification.
  • Ability to change the active slot.
  • Ability to live boot to custom boot / init_boot (temporary root).
  • Ability to boot to recovery, fast boot, safe mode, download mode, and sideload.
  • Ability to flash custom image: boot, recovery, radio, kernel, ...
  • Ability to sideload an image.
  • Lock / Unlock bootloader.
  • Option to gain temporary root (good for testing or checking things out).
  • SOS Disable Magisk modules to get out of bootloop (experimental).
  • Force the option when flashing.
  • Option to skip rebooting.
  • Option to wipe.

Partition Manager:

  • Erase single or multi partitions.
  • Dump / create a backup of single or multi partitions and save to PC.

What's new:

  • Dark Mode Icon: The app now sports a sleeker dark icon, thanks to @T-Ryder's design.
  • SSL Fallback for Downloads: To ensure smoother firmware and OTA downloads, the app can now bypass SSL errors if necessary, providing a fallback option and a warning message. This addresses issue #144.
  • Key-Value to JSON Conversion: The Pif Manager now includes a convenient button to convert key=value formats (like .prop files) into JSON format.
  • Rooted Device Handling: Device Info now retrieves device properties as root when the device is rooted, potentially offering more comprehensive information.
  • Minor Fixes and Improvements: Overall performance and bug fixes have been implemented for a smoother experience.

Download Link:- PixelFlasher Tool

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