Google Just Made It Easier to Flash Images & Sideload Updates on Your Android Device

It is a vey good news for our readers that Google just made it easier to flash images &sideload updates for your android device. Anyone who’s ever flashed or know to how to flash factory images to manually update an Android phone knows how annoying the process can be. First,you have to unlock the bootloader,then flashing Android firmware requires the use of  and Fastboot.In the past  users had to download the entire file of  Android Studio development package or SDK in order to get only the two utilities from it.This will be very annoying for anyone as it will need a lot of space for it.

Admiringly,Google has now made ADB and Fastboot available as standalone downloads.This is the very good step taken by the google. This whole file has a size of 3.5 MB in average.Casual users can now download the specific file without downloading the whole file.The download files and the programs can take up to 1.6 GB on your beloved storage space.  The Android “platform tools” are listed below, and are available for the following operating systems:

Download Google’s ADB and FastBoot

1.Download ADB and Fastboot for Windows

2.Download ADB and Fastboot for Mac

3.Download ADB and Fastboot for Linux

For accessing the above files, all you need to do is to download the ZIP, then extract it to a folder on your PC that you can access comfortably.

Google Just Made It Easier to Flash Images & Sideload Updates on Your Android Device

As of now, Google has acquiesced all the specific files which are mandatory to perform smaller tasks like sideloading OTA updates…etc, daily users won’t ever need to concern about scouring around & going to third-party sources for getting the tools they need to tinker with their Android phones.

And this benefit is also added by knowing that Google’s platform tools will always be up to date.The above links are the latest versions of it.


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