Android 6.0 Marshmallow Air ROM has been released recently for Samsung Galaxy Note 4 N910C and it is a very stable ROM. Air ROM 6.0 is the May security update of Galaxy Note 4 and is highly sought after by the Note 4 users. It has great features and minor bug fixes that will make your experience more enhanced and better.
The update is, as usual, launched OTA and thus making it not possible for all the Note 4 users around the globe to receive this particular update on their devices. If such is the case with you, and you are not bothered to wait for a long time, this handy tutorial is for you where you can learn how to update your Galaxy Note 4 to the latest Android 6.0 Marshmallow Air ROM custom firmware.
- 1- First off all you will have to fully backup your device.
- 2- Download Note USB drivers.
- 3- Enable USB Debugging mode to help connecting your device to your computer.
- 4- Make sure your battery is charged up to at least 85-90 percent.
- 5- Your device should have ClockworkMod recovery installed.
How to update Galaxy Note 4 with Android 6.0 Marshmallow Air ROM custom firmware:
Step 1- First of all download both files given in Essential downloads on to your personal computer.
Step 2- Connect your device with your personal computer using a USB cable.
Step 3- Copy the files you downloaded in step 1 on to your device’s SD card root. Remember not to save it in any folder of your device. It has to be saved in the SD card of your device.
Step 4- Disconnect the USB cable from your personal computer and turn your device off.
Step 5- Turn your device on, pressing the power & volume up and down keys altogether. This will enable the device’s Bootloader mode. Click the bootloader option.
Step 6- Once you are in Bootloader mode, look for recovery option and click on it. This click will take you in ClockworkMod recovery.
Step 7- Tap “wipe data/factory reset” from the options showing on your device’s screen by clicking the power button.
Step 8- Next Tap on “wipe cache partition”.
Step 9- You might as well do a dalvik wipe cache by tapping on Advance Menu and then selecting “Wipe Dalvik Cache” to save yourself from tiny errors or bootloops.
Step 10- Head back into recovery mode and select option “install zip from SD card” by tapping on it, use your volume keys to navigate the file to the downloaded zip file of Android 6.0 ROM you copied on your device’s SD card and start the installation process by selecting it.
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Step 11- Head back to “+++++Go Back+++++” option, tap on it and then select “reboot system now” option by tapping on it to reboot your device.
It may take few minutes to reboot and when your phone turns back on, your Note 4 will be updated with Android 6.0 Marshmallow Air ROM custom firmware.