Download Flashify apk Free for Android

Root your device, download Flashify and enjoy flashing and recovery of the files in a few steps.

Flashify, as the name suggests, is a flashing tool for Android. It flashes the boot images, recovery image, and various zip files/folders by using it. The easy-to-use tool allows you to remove the cache, data and other files with TWRP installation. However, you cannot use the tool on unrooted Android phone. If you want to use Flashify, you need to root your phone first.

Download & Install Flashify apk

System Requirements

Before you move to the downloading section, read below the downloading requirements for Flashify.

  • Android 4.0 KitKat or Above
  • Rooted Android phone
  • Minimum 1 GB RAM
  • Minimum 15MB storage space

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4.0 and up

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Flashify Salient Features

Flashify enables you to backup/restore from the MicroSD card.

Besides the MicroSD card, the tool allows you to backup and restore from the server (Dropbox server)

The easy and catchy user interface allows you to flash the files instantly without problem even if you are a newbie.

The premium version of the tool flashes the Nexus Kernel and Nexus Recovery.

Lick Patch feature rolls the flashes automatically when required.

It is compatible with backup/restore not only from SD card but also from Dropbox cloud server.

The tool can also flash the devices by using the File Explorer.

Flashify enables you to sync the backups to the cloud from your Android phone.

All the current flashing activities can be accessed and viewed in the History of the tool.

The tool also allows you to flash multiple files at the same time. When you use it for multiple flashes, it builds the flash queue automatically.

It ensures the flash of CWM, TWRP, Gapps, Philz, Franco Kernel and many others.

How to Use Flashify

First, you need to root your device.

Now, open “Flashify” and “Dropbox” at the same time. Dropbox is required to back up the device.

The flashing tool contains “Backup Current Recovery” option. Click this option to take backup.

Now, you need to search and download the relevant stock ROM firmware for your Smartphone. Save it to the Dropbox.

Tap the “Flash” tab in your phone and tap “Zip File” menu. Here, you need to look for the “Downloaded Zip files.”

Select the “CWM” to recover and tap “Yup!” option.

Select “Accept” to confirm the recovery of the file and that’s it.

It starts the recovery process and within a few seconds, you see the “CWM” is recovered.


Tammy is a US based author, who loves to write about Apps and her mobile/tablet devices are filled with applications. So, that's why she's here to share her experience about apps with our readers.

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