The PhoenixSuit Tool allows you to install stock firmware and ROMs on devices with Allwinner SoCs, including smartphones, tablets, and Android TV boxes.
The PhoenixSuit app is made for the Windows operating system, meaning you will need a computer running Windows OS to run it. You can use PhoenixSuit to install stock firmware/ROMs, recovery images, and boot images. You can also use PhoenixSuit to backup and restore apps.
Download PhoenixSuit (All Versions)
Use the links below to download the latest version of the PhoenixSuit program. Downgrade to an older version if the current version gives you problems.
In conclusion, that is how to download the PhoenixSuit app.
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July 6, 2022 @ 10:58
Can I use PhoenixSuit to install an OS on CubieBoard?
Someone directed me to LiveSuit and then I read that PhoenixSuit and LiveSuit were the same thing.
July 6, 2022 @ 11:01
I’m not sure if PhoenixSuit and LiveSuit are exactly the same program. I can see on the CubieBoard website that it lists them as both tools that are developed by Allwinner and suggests they do the same thing.
And I think you can use PhoenixSuit to install an OS on CubieBoard.
July 6, 2022 @ 10:52
How can I resize the system partition using PhoenixSuit?
July 6, 2022 @ 10:55
You can resize the system partition at the point when PhoenixSuit asks if you want to format the drive. It is the formatting of the drive that will change the partition size to the size of your choice.