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OTA Update Center service allows devs to push updates to custom Android ROMs

posted Aug 13, 2012, 1:54 AM by Tom Otomanski   [ updated Aug 13, 2012, 1:57 AM ]

Once in a while a nice service comes along that helps those technically challenged individuals that want to run custom ROMs on their phones but are too afraid to update to a newer version or just don't bother checking for updates.

OTA Update center allows registered devs to upload their custom ROMs, and with a few small code changes they can publish their ROM updates OTA. Devices that run the OTA Update Center app will be notified as soon as there is a new update for their ROM and allow them to download the update. Some features include:

  • Add and remove OTA Updates in a centralised database.
  • Check for updates on boot of devices.
  • Check for updates manually when the person wants to.
  • Download the rom and flash it directly.
  • Download the rom without flashing.
  • Wipe data and or cache/dalvik before flashing the update.

Best of all, this service is free to use! Check out the link at the bottom:


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