Developed by Balena, Etcher is an open-source tool used to create bootable USB drives by writing and copying .iso and .img files onto the drive. It has been made on JS, HTML, node.js, and Electron. With Etcher, you can easily burn the system images into USB drives. It allows you to burn the operating system of your choice, be it Windows, macOS, or Linux. It performs all the operations automatically. It allows simultaneous processing.

Thus, saving time and space. Etcher is highly recommendable for Raspberry Pi projects. It has a graphical user interface and is very easy to use. No prior technical knowledge is required. Some of its features are:

1. Automatically detects USB and makes drive selection obvious to avoid wiping your entire hard drive.

2. Etcher verifies the copied data after every process. Thus, it avoids writing images on corrupted cards or some other corruption issue. You may also disable this step if you want to save some time.

3. Insane speeds: It has the fastest writing speed. It burns 50% faster than other apps.

4. Simple but advanced: It consists of a single window, where you can select the image file, choose the target device, and perform flashing. With the help of Etcher, you can create a bootable USB drive in just three steps.

5. GPT/UEFI Support with NTFS UEFI Support.

6. It is easy to use as there are no complicated installation instructions.

7. The Pro version has an additional feature called Modular Expansion. It allows expansion over 160 ports while continuing to operate at full speed.

8. With this tool, you can easily make a Raspberry Pi SD card.




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ETCHER DOWNLOAD FOR ALL OS(WINDOWS, LINUX AND MAC)

INSTALLING ETCHER ON WINDOWS

1. Go to Here. This is the official website of Etcher.

2. Select "Etcher for Windows" from the drop-down menu and download it.

3. Now, double-click the .exe file and follow the Etcher Setup Wizard.

4. Now, you can run it as an administrator. Your installation is now complete.


CREATING A BOOTABLE USB DRIVE USING ETCHER

You must have the Server Image before creating a bootable USB drive. You must also download and install the Etcher version. Now you can start creating a bootable USB.

1. Launch Etcher. You will see the Etcher window appearing.

2. Click on "Select Image".

3. Quickly locate and open the image that you have downloaded.

4. Plug in the USB drive. Identify and select it.

5. Select the proper device and press "Continue".

6. Click on the "Flash" button and wait for some moments. You can track the flashing process.

7. On completion, a message will be shown stating "Flash Complete".

8. Close Etcher and unmount the USB as per your OS instructions.

9. You have successfully created a bootable USB using Etcher.


INSTALLING ETCHER ON MAC

1.   Go to here This is the official website of Etcher.

2.   Select "Etcher for macOS" from the drop-down menu and download it.

3.   Now, double-click the .dmg file and follow the Etcher Setup Wizard.

4.   Drag the Etcher app to your Application folder.

5.   Double-click to open it.

CREATING A BOOTABLE USB DRIVE USING ETCHER ON MAC

You will require a minimum of 2 GB USB Thumb Drive/USB Flash Drive. An Ubuntu ISO file will also be required. 

1. Launch Etcher. You will see the Etcher window appearing.

2. Click on "Select Image".

3. Quickly locate the Ubuntu ISO file.

4. Plug in the USB drive. Identify and select it.

5. Select the proper device and press "Continue".

6. Click on the "Flash" button and wait for some moments. You can track the flashing process.

7. On completion, a message will be shown stating "Flash Complete".

8. Close Etcher and unmount the USB as per your OS instructions.

9. You have successfully created a bootable USB using Etcher.

10. You may have to change the boot order of your computer from USB / removable media.

DOWNLOADING ETCHER ON LINUX

1.   Go to hereThis is the official website of Etcher.

2.   Select "Etcher for Linux" from the drop-down menu and download it. It will show you options for both 32-bit and 64-bit. Select according to your system.

3.   Go to ~/ Downloads and enter the following command:

$ cd~/Downloads

4.   To unzip the Etcher file, enter the following command:

$ unzip etcher-electron-1.4.6-linux-x64.zip

5.   Move the AppImage file to /opt directory. Enter the following command:

$ sudo mv etcher-electron-1.4.6-x86_64.AppImage /opt

6.   Run Etcher with the help of the following command:

$ /opt/etcher-electron-1.4.6-x86_64.AppImage

7.   After this, a dialog box will appear asking you for the installation of the desktop file. Click "Yes". Etcher will be launched.

 

CREATING A BOOTABLE USB DRIVE USING ETCHER ON LINUX 

1. Launch Etcher. You will see the Etcher window appearing.

2. Click on "Select Image".

3. Quickly locate the Ubuntu ISO file.

4. Plug in the USB drive. Identify and select it.

5. Select the proper device and press "Continue".

6. Click on the "Flash" button and wait for some moments. You can track the flashing process.

7. On completion, a message will be shown stating "Flash Complete".

8. Close Etcher and unmount the USB as per your OS instructions.

9. You have successfully created a bootable USB using Etcher.


   
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