I've a Redmi 1S (Hongmi 1S) running MIUI v5 (Jellybean v4.3). I have a Bitdefender rescue disk ISO file. I want to boot this rescue disk using my Android phone, just like a bootable USB drive.

  • How can I boot from this file in PC using my Android device. What are the necessary requirements?

  • Will Android handle this as an ISO file, or will it simply store it as an unknown file type?

I had earlier asked this question on the MIUI forums, but by the next day itself it was stamped irrelevant and was closed/deleted.

As there is no specific date for an upgrade, my device may or may not update to Android 4.4 Kitkat or MIUI v6. So still, will it change with the update?

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    DriveDroid seems interesting. – Firelord May 25 '15 at 18:11
  • does your phone support usb mass storage – totti May 26 '15 at 13:03
  • @totti ya it supports it Whenever I connect the device it is default in USB mass storage. – user285oo6 May 27 '15 at 2:57
  • Thanks for the reply but Why the compulsion to Root , every other unique application in the play store has (Root required). Isn't there any other possible way which doesn't require much messing – user285oo6 May 27 '15 at 3:02
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    Possible duplicate of How to add an image to the hard-disk of an android phone – beeshyams Jul 9 '17 at 10:36

As USB mass storage is available you can use your external memory card as a pen drive. Use any Windows/Linux/Mac app like sardu, YUMI to create bootable USB. Some app may not detect your MMC on phone, then try another boot dirive creater.

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