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HOW TO CHANGE/FLASH YOUR ANDROID VERSION(OR ROM)


Requirements
-Unlocked bootloader
-Custom Recovery
-Android Device
-GApps
-Custom ROM

Download a ROM
Find a ROM for your device, using the appropriate XDA forum. Make sure you download the right one for your device. Many phones have several variants. So make sure you are getting the correct ROM, by verifying that it’s compatible with your phone model.
Once you have found the ROM you want, download the .ZIP file, which is going to be 500mb up to 1.5Gb. Do not extract it! Then find the corresponding GApps. If you are installing a ROM running on 4.4.2, you’ll want a GApps package for 4.4.2. Save your ROM and GApps to your SD card, internal storage, or flash drive.

-Boot into Recovery
To boot into recovery use your recovery combo buttons. On most devices it is Hold Vol Down + Power for 5 seconds. Once you are in recovery, you should see something like this…

☑️Flash ROM
Now go ahead and select “Install”…

☑️Once you have selected your ROM file. Proceed to flash the zip…

☑️Clear Cache
After the install is complete, back out and clear your cache…

While this is the most common way to flash a ROM, there are many different ways specific to each device. I’ll list a few of the most common pieces of software that will allow you to flash a ROM from your computer. These are better to use when you’re flashing the stock ROM back onto your device.

-For Nexus devices, use Nexus Root Toolkit
-For Samsung devices, use Odin
-For Sony devices, use FlashTool

Check your device’s XDA forum to see what kind of software is available for flashing ROMs.

NOTE. to use clockworkmod recovery, root your phone. Please follow instruction or you could brick or damage your phone.Ill not be liable for any damage

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