If you own a Galaxy Note 4 and want to test out the Android 6.0 Marshmallow, then you should know that you can do it by installing the Android 6.0 Marshmallow CyanogenMod 13 custom ROM.
WARNING: However, we remind you that this is a custom ROM and it may not function properly on your device. In addition, the custom ROM still has some bugs and some of the features are not working as they should. We also remind you that by installing a custom firmware on your device, it will automatically void the warranty provided for the mobile device.
Installing Android 6.0 Marshmallow CyanogenMod 13 custom ROM on the Galaxy Note 4
If you are still reading this article, then you probably understood the risks that you are taking and want to install the custom ROM on your device. First of all, you will need to download the Android 6.0 Marshmallow CyanogenMod 13 ROM zip file (for Galaxy Note 4) and the Google Apps zip file on your computer.
After that, you will need to connect your Galaxy Note 4 to your computer via an USB cable, copy the two zip files to the microSD that’s attached to your mobile device.
Now, turn off the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and boot in into Recovery Mode by pressing and holding the Power, Volume Up and Home Buttons. When the device boots into Recovery Mode, you will need to use the TWRP tool to wipe the Dalvik Cache, Cache, System and Data.
Once the data is deleted, get back to the main menu and select “install ZIP from sdcard”. Here you will need to firstly choose the Android 6.0 Marshmallow CyanogenMod 13 custom ROM zip file and once it is successfully installed, do the same thing with the Google Apps zip file.
After these two zip files are installed, you will need to go once again to the main menu and select “reboot system now”, once the Galaxy Note 4 boots, you will notice that it runs on the Android 6.0 Marshmallow CyanogenMod 13 custom ROM.
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