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The Galaxy S4 is a three year-old Android flagship that received Lollipop in January. Users who enjoy the new features of Marshmallow can obtain all of them, and others, by installing the CyanogenMod CM13 [stable] custom ROM released by the CyanogenMod community. This build number ZNH5YAO0J3 weighs in at 326MB and it contains the latest security updates and exclusive theme and wallpapers, among other features.

The full list of features offered by the CyanogenMod CM13 series custom ROM includes:

– Do Not Disturb/Priority Mode;
– Wi-Fi Tethering;
– Privacy Guard/App data usage;
– Bluetooth Devices battery support;
– Lockscreen Wallpaper picker;
– Lockscreen Weather and new Weather plug in support;
– Lockscreen Blur support;
– Live Lockscreen support;
– New LiveDisplay hardware enhancements and API;
– Snap Camera;
– Gello Browser;
– Translations;
– Additional CM SDK APIs
– Security fixes.

In order to install Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow CyanogenMod CM13 (ZNH5YAO0J3) custom ROM on your Samsung Galaxy S4, you must own the GT-I9505 (jfltexx) international LTE model, root it, back up its data using Clockwork Mod (CWM) Recovery/ TWRP, clear its memory and install the USB driver on your PC, because otherwise, the phone won’t be recognized. Charge its battery up to at least 80 percent and then download CyanogenMod CM13 (ZNH5YAO0J3) Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow custom ROM and Google Apps to your computer, and copy the files to your Galaxy S4 after connecting the phone to it, using a cable. The CyanogenMod Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow zip file will be placed into the phone’s storage memory, then you will turn it off and disconnect it from PC.

Long press Volume down and Power buttons to boot into Recovery mode and after reaching the TWRP settings menu, you’ll clear the phone’s memory by tapping the Wipe option. Then, perform a factory reset by selecting Swipe to Factory Reset and go back to TWRP settings, where you’ll choose “Install”. Select the .zip file in the phone’s memory, then return to TWRP menu setting, where you’ll tap “Swipe to Confirm Flash”.

After a few minutes, you will see a message that reads “Successful” and the installation will complete. If you’re facing boot loop problems, go back to TWRP settings, and select “Wipe cache/dalvik”. Using the same method, you will need to install Google apps from recovery mode. That’s it!

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