Download Sony Flashtool 0.9.23.2 [Nougat FTF supported]

Sony Flashtool 0.9.23.2 with Nougat FTF support is out now. You can download the Sony Flashtool 0.9.23.2 from here now.

Sony Flashtool is the gateway to restoring your Sony Android powered smartphone back to it stock life. Sony Flashtool allows flashing and updating the Android firmware on your Sony smartphones manually. For Sony Flashtool to work, you just need the FTF file of your firmware and you can flash it easily on the phone. For the past few years, the tool has been getting consistent updates with all the new Android firmware rolling out. The Android Nougat update for Sony smartphones just started rolling out and right before the updates began, a new version of Sony Flashtool also landed in. The new version 0.9.23.0 of Sony Flashtool supports Android Nougat FTF files. This means you can now obtain the FTF files of Nougat firmware and flash them using the Sony Flashtool. Flashing Nougat FTF files wasn’t possible on the previous versions of the Sony Flashtool.

Apart from flashing the Nougat update, Sony Flashtool can now backup TA partition by making the use of dirtycow exploit by rayman. The USB log parser is more accurate now. Here’s the change log.

  • Fix for Nougat sin files parsing. FT should now be able to flash Nougat FTF

  • TA raw backup for all devices exposed to dirtycow exploit. TA backup using dirtycow by rayman

  • More accurate USB log parser for creating fsc scripts

  • In advanced mode, some new TA features: Viewer and custom TA file generator or flashing

  • Added a new device property to tell if fsc is mandatory or not. Check of this property is done before flashing

Download Sony Flashtool 0.9.23.2 [Nougat FTF supported]

  1. Download Sony Flashtool 0.9.23.2: Official website
  2. Install it on your computer.
  3. Follow this guide to use the Flashtool now.
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