Frequently Ask Questions
With the Etcher software, the user can visualize OS images as the whole operating system like Windows and macOS. Users can easily burn these types of operating system images into SD cards or USB flash drives, eliminating the risk of performing lengthy and confusing steps.
Yes, with Etcher Creating a bootable Ubuntu USB drive is easy.
- Insert → USB flash drive into the USB port
- Launch → Etcher
- Click → Select image button and locate → Ubuntu
- Etcher will autoselect → USB drive (if only one drive is present)
Follow the steps
- Download → Etcher.zip file
- Extract → App Image from the downloads
- Rub → Etcher AppImage
- Flashing an OS file
An Etcher is a tool to flash disk and to create an image from the storage device doesn’t exist.
Etcher was developed using the Electron framework and supports Windows, Linux, and macOS.
iso and .img files, as well as zipped folders onto storage media to create live SD cards and USB flash drives.
- Open the program → Doble click
- Select → USB Drive (in “Device”)
- Select → ”Create a bootable disk using” and the option “ISO image.”
- Rightclick → CD ROM symbol
- Select → ISO file
- New Volume Label → enter the name for your USB drive
SD cards could be 200 times faster than an SSD.
- Choose → ISO or IMG File,
- Insert → SD Card into your phone,
- And write the Image → to the SD Card.
- Boot → Linux, FreeBSD, Windows, or any other ISO for your computer.
Note: SD Card or USB Stick is properly recognized by Android.