For those of you ROM flasholics, you might want to install SafeStrap Recovery, which is much “safer” than Bootstrap as you can access Recovery of your phone from boot. This is good in case something goes wrong.
UPDATE, this is OLD please see updated Safestrap 3.0 here!!!
For example, if you flashed a new ROM but ends up in a boot-loop, you will have a tough time getting your phone working again. But with SafeStrap, you can easily boot into Recovery and restore your backed up ROMs.
Installation is pretty simple, just make sure to remove Bootstrap app if you’ve installed it and install the Safestrap apk file. Then run “install recovery”.
To access the new SafeStrap recovery, you can simply press the Menu button during boot when the SafeStrap boot splash comes on.
Here’s a video tutorial on how to install SafeStrap:
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