UNetbootin permits you to make a bootable Live USB drive for Linux users that lets you install multiple applications and software without ever needing a CD or DVD for this purpose. There is an installation mode which is a live USB drive mirror allowing you to form an online drive onto your system without needing any external drive.
The best part about this tool is that it is a cross-platform app, which means that you can use it over different operating systems without ever worrying about system compatibility. You do not even require any separate tool for ISO imaging, because it will be done right through the default system.
DriveDroid is an application that allows users to simulate the USB thumb-drive, and they can store their files on the phone. The platform’s main role is to boot the PC from the ISO/IMG files, which are stored on the phones. Moreover, it is ideal for trying Linux distributions, and users can have a rescue system on the go always if anything crashes.
The platform uses the kernel feature, and they can host ISO/IMG files on the phone with ease. Moreover, it allows users to connect the phone with the PC and launch the booting process right from the phone. Users can burn these images on the PC to launch the process. Users can use the software to write images to the drive of the PC. Lastly, it comes as a free and paid version.