If-conversion is a technique that reduces the misprediction penalties caused by conditional branches. However, executing If-converted code in out-of-order processors creates a naming problem which hinders the rename throughput. Predicting condition flag is an effective approach to resolve this problem. In this paper, we propose a scheme to predict the condition flag based on the ISA of ARM. By restoring two most recent unique condition flag values for each instruction dynamically in run time, and by using a condition flag selector when a condition flag-updating instruction reaches the renaming unit, we can predict the outcome of the condition flag-updating instruction. We show that such an approach is able to achieve the IPC performance increase of 6.62%.