Good news making way for the Samsung Galaxy Note N7000 as yet another custom update for Android Marshmallow is here. The previous build was the first build released by the developers so it had bugs. This update is much stable than the previous build, so you can give a try for this build.
We would not say that this build is totally stable for daily use, but it is way better than the previous one. This custom ROM is released by the famous CyanogenMod. They are one of the best android developers after the google.
This update can be downloaded from the CyanogenMod’s official page or the link given below in the description. Before we begin with the installation process keep in mind this ROM is unofficial and if anything goes wrong with device during or after the process you and only you will be solo responsible.
Let us now go ahead learn how you can get this custom ROM installed on your device.
Preparing your Phone
- This instructions are strictly limited to Samsung Galaxy Note N7000, so do not try it on any other device or you may brick your device.
- Install Galaxy Note N7000 USB drivers on your computer.
- Make a nandroid back up of the current ROM to restore it when required.
- Also make full data back up from recovery mode.
- Make sure the device is rooted and it’s bootloader is unlocked.
- Any custom recovery tool should be installed on your device to flash ROM and Google app’s.
- Enable USB debugging mode of your device. Go to Settings > Developer options > USB debugging mode.
Install Android Marshmallow based CM13 Custom ROM
- Download the Android Marshmallow based CyanogenMod CM13 ROM file from here.
- Download the Google App’s for Android Marshmallow from here.
- Connect the device to computer and transfer downloaded files to your device storage.
- Disconnect the device from PC and turn it off.
- Reboot the device into recovery mode (press and hold Volume Down + Power key for few seconds).
- In recovery mode tap on Wipe tab and select all the options you want to wipe and swipe the button to confirm the action.
- Now, return to main menu and tap on Install tab then navigate to ROM file stored on you device, select it and flash it by swiping the button.
- In the same way flash the Google App’s (step 7).
- Return to main menu and tap on Reboot and the system will reboot in normal mode.
You can now check the Android version of your device in Settings > About device > Android version.
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