New Android Marshmallow update (Stock Version) for the HTC Desire Eye is here. The users can get the update file from the description given below and update their device to taste the new Android Marshmallow on their HTC Eye.
This is a stock version ROM that comes with in-build root access on it, so you need not root your device separately you can directly flash the ROM file through TWRP recovery.
This stock version ROM is developed by the XDA developers. As the ROM is stock version there may not be more bugs but there will be few as the ROM is in it’s initial stage of development. So the users of HTC Eye who are waiting for the update can now flash this ROM on their device and update the Android version to Android Marshmallow.
Let us now discuss the process you need to follow to update HTC Eye to Android Marshmallow.
Preparing your Phone
- This instructions are only for HTC Eye, do not try it on any other device or you may brick your device completely.
- Make sure your device is fully charged before you begin with the process.
- Install compatible USB drivers for your device on PC.
- Make a nandroid back up of current ROM and also back up other important data in the recovery mode.
- Unlock the device bootloader.
- Device should be rooted and it should have custom recovery installed on it.
- Enable USB debugging mode on your device. Go to Settings > Developer options > USB debugging mode.
- And kindly proceed with the instructions mentioned below at your own risk.
Install Pre-rooted Stock version custom ROM
- Download the custom ROM based Android Marshmallow file from here.
- Connect you device to PC and transfer both downloaded files to device internal storage.
- Disconnect the device and turn it off.
- Reboot the device into recovery mode by pressing and holding appropriate Volume and Power key together for few seconds.
- In recovery menu tap on Wipe and select the options you want to wipe.
- Confirm the Wipe action by using Swipe to Wipe buttons.
- Return to main menu and tap on Install tab then navigate to custom ROM file stored in internal memory of your device in step 3.
- Now swipe the Swipe to flash button to start the flashing process.
- Wait till the flash process is completed.
- Now return to main recovery menu and tap on Reboot tab to reboot the system in normal mode.
First boot might take few minutes so do not panic. You can now check the Android version of your device in Settings > About Device > Android Version.
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