How to Fix Oreo Firmware Installation Issue in Odin

Android Oreo has finally made its way to Samsung’s latest S series flagships, the Galaxy S8 and S8+. The Oreo update brings with it the usual Android Oreo features such as Picture-in-Picture, redesigned Settings app, etc. It also brings with it Samsung Experience 9.0 which is but a fancier name for Samsung’s skin we fondly call TouchWiz.
The update to Android Oreo also apparently brings a change in the compression method that Samsung uses to pack firmware files. And that has been causing problems during installation with Odin, unsurprisingly. Here’s how you can fix Oreo firmware installation issue using Odin for Samsung Devices.
A senior member from XDA, murtaza02, actually figured it all out. Turns out, the Android oreo firmware files all have a .lz4 extension which is new. Thus, Odin has trouble reading them let alone unpacking and flashing them to your phone. murtaza02 has also mentioned how you can get around this problem and flash the Android Oreo firmware using Odin. The method is actually pretty simple if you know your files. You just have to unpack the firmware and repack it to an archive format that Odin can read. After that, it is the usual loading and flashing using Odin.


This isn’t a rooting tutorial, nor are we flashing any third-party mods or anything. Still, we will be kind of meddling with the firmware files which will then be flashed onto your phone. It shouldn’t but there is the slightest of possibility that something might go wrong, or you end up making the slightest of mistake. In any case, DroidViews cannot be held responsible for any damage to your phone.


  • A Samsung Galaxy device eligible for Oreo update.
  • The firmware files, of course, or the CRAP ROM as it is called in this case. Make sure that the firmware you download is exactly for your device. For example, if you have the Galaxy S8 with the model number G950F in Germany, you’ll need the G950FXXU1CRAP firmware.
  • A Windows PC.
  • Comsy’s Odin
  • Modded 7zip which can extract .lz4 archives.


  • Comsy’s Odin
  • 7zip (64-bit)
  • 7zip (32-bit)

How to Fix Oreo Firmware Installation Issue

  1. Download and install 7zip from the links provided above.
  2. Extract the downloaded firmware zip file and you will now have 5 files named AP, BL, CP, CSC_OXM, and HOME_CSC_OXM. All of these files will have a .tar.md5 extension.
  3. Rename all the files and remove .md5 from the names so that they simply become .tar files. For example, an AP_G955FXXU1CRAP_CL12993656_QB16754780_REV00_user_low_ship_meta.tar.md5 file should be renamed as AP_G955FXXU1CRAP_CL12993656_QB16754780_REV00_user_low_ship_meta.tar.
  4. Once renamed, extract the .tar files using 7zip into separate folders. You will get a folder and a few files from each extraction. For instance, extracting AP.tar will give you a folder named metadata, and files named userdata.img.lz4, system.img.lz4, recovery.img, boot.img.lz4

  1. Now extract each of the .lz4 files by right-clicking on them and selecting 7-zip Zstandard > Extract here.
  2. This will give you the original files compatible with Odin, without the .lz4 extensions. Delete or just simply move the lz4 files out of the extracted AP folder so that you are only left with the metadata folder and the files extracted from within the lz4 files.
  3. Repeat the same steps for the BL, CP, and CSC_OXM or HOME_CSC_OXM. You’ll only need either CSC_OXM or HOME_CSC_OXM so it would be a waste to extract and then repack both of these. If you use CSC_OXM you’ll have to wipe the data on your device. If you use HOME_CSC_OXM, you won’t have to wipe the data. 
  4. Now select all the files and the metadata folder and right click on either. Select 7-zip Zstandard > Add to archive.
  5. Give the new archive the name of the original file. For instance, if the AP file was named AP_G955FXXU1CRAP_CL12993656_QB16754780_REV00_user_low_ship_meta.tar, use the same name for your new archive file. From the drop-down menu right under the name field, select tar as the Archive format and click OK

  1. Once again, repeat the same steps for BL, CP, and CSC_OXM or HOME_CSC_OXM.
  2. You’ll now have 4 Odin-ready tar files that you can flash to your phone.

Samsung Galaxy Note 2 N7100 Custom ROMs

At Droidviews, we already have a post on the Best Custom ROMs for the Galaxy Note 2 GT-N7100 which was written back in October 2012, and though I kept updating it from time to time, I feel now that it would be better to create an all new post rather than updating the old one. It’s 2013 and things have changed a lot  and now we have new ROMs that are better than the “best”.
With the passage of time the Galaxy Note 2 has become on of the most popular devices and this popularity has enticed more and more developer to work on it, resulting in a plethora of custom ROMs and mods. At one hand the availability of large number of ROMs gives you the freedom to choose one for your device, on the other it also hurls into a situation where we find ourselves too overwhelmed to pick a suitable one for us. And that is where this article might be useful for you.
It has just been written to help you choose from some of the best custom ROMs available out there. The parameter for choosing the ROMs has been OS specific variations like AOSP, CM, Stock and Hybrid quality so that you can easily select a custom ROM that suits your preferences. Moreover, all the ROMs listed below have also been put to tests like smoothness, fast performance, capability of customization, battery-life and, of course  features. That’s why, when we talk about best ROMs, our selection is not limited to one. All are the best in their own right and category.

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We have not developed any of the ROMs. Our only aim was to bring some of the nice ones at one place for the convenience of our users. Flashing a custom ROM might prove risky for your Note 2 and, in rare cases, might brick it too. We, or the developers, shall not be liable to any damages done to your device.
To be able to install a custom ROM on your Galaxy Note 2 must be rooted and have ClockworkMod or TWRP Recovery installed on it. If you have not done it yet, you can root it using our handy rooting  tutorial on the topic.

Installing a Custom ROM on Note 2:

Most custom ROMS come with a special installation note from the developer. Here is a short installation guide that can be used for flashing any custom ROM on your device.
  1. Download the ROM file from the link below. Do not extract the zip and copy it to your phone’s external or internal SD Card.
  2. If applicable, also download the Google apps file in zip (do not extract)and just copy it  to your device using USB cable (internal or external memory).
  3. Charge your device to 70% level and backup the important data like contacts, messages, apps, etc.  stored on internal storage.
  4. Open phone Settings and enable USB Debugging Mode from Developer Options.
  5. Turn off your Galaxy Note 2 and boot it into CWM Recovery mode: press and hold Volume Up+Home+Power buttons simultaneously till the screen turns up and Samsung logo with Galaxy Note 2 text blinks for two times. Now release the Power key but keep the Volume Up and Power keys pressed till you see a black screen with blue text.
  6. Use the volume keys to scroll the list of options and the Power key to select it.
  7. Important: Scroll down to “backup and restore” and backup your current ROM to external SD card.
  8. Then go back and select “wipe data / factory reset> yes”.
  9. Then “wipe cache partition”.
  10. Finally, go to “advanced” and select “wipe dalvik cache”.
  11. Go back again and choose “install zip from sdcard> choose zip from sd card” option and select the ROM file from the path you have copied the ROM.
  12. Select the ROM file and confirm the choice.
  13. If  the ROM comes with separate Google Apps package, you will have to flash it separatily right after flashing the ROM. Install the Gapps using Step 11.
  14. When the installation finishes, select the “reboot system now” option.
The first boot will take a few minutes so do not panic. Set up your data connection, Gmail, Google Wallet, etc. and enjoy the newly installed ROM.
So, here begins our list of some of the best ROMs for the Samsung Galaxy Note 2. Please note that this is not a countdown and the listing has been made in no particular order.

1. monxDIFIED ROM [Aroma-Blueslate]

Developer: monx® (Donate)

ROM Review

The reason why the monxDIFIED ROM is the first in the list has many reasons. The ROM has been developer by monx® and has been optimized and tweaked to give you good performance. It is themed in blue and black and therefore has a refreshing experience. It takes you away from the stale TouchWiz UI look and still contains all the goodness of it. I have tried many other launchers replacing the stock TouchWiz and always felt nothing is better than it.
The monxDIFIED ROM looks beautiful but not at the cost of performance. The Aroma installer lets you choose what  to install and what not to and thus you have full control on how you want your phone to look and behave. As for speed, the ROM is fast enough and feels lot smoother that the stock. The battery-life too is much better. My Note 2 lasted more than 25 hours on a single charge with a 50 minutes of telephonic  conversation, an hour of web browsing, watching the Bond movie “Skyfall”, sync on and GoogleTalk chat ( battery performance might differ from user to user and depends on configuration).
  • Best AROMA customization wizard UI
  • Unsecured framework lets you add your own own apps without worries about bootloops
  • Modded Toggles with nice slate theme
  • Advanced Power Menu
  • Latest best selected common apps (AdAway, RescanSD, etc)
  • Latest GApps pre-loaded
  • Latest Google Maps and StreetView with Worldwide Navigation activated
  • Latest Google Play supporting true multi-DPI
  • Latest YouTube supporting HD mode
  • Modded frameworks to match Holo theme (blue slate)
  • Themed in blue.
  • Simple boot animation
  • Automatic apk installation from extSdCard
  • Latest pre-loaded & pre-configured apps (Terminal,Total Commander,etc)
  • Minimum recent tasks preview size (for privacy wise)
If you prefer a custom ROM that is near TouchWiz and gives you feel-good experience. Go with the monxDIFIED ROM and you will not be disappointed. Download the ROM from below and install using the steps given at the beginning of the post. If you would like the icons and color to be turned as shown in the image below, also flash the Simplistic framework patch after installing the ROM (using “install zip from sdcard” option).


2. LiquidSmooth ROM (JB 4.2.2)


Developer: deadman96385
LiquidSmooth ROM

ROM Review

If you would like to experience the pure AOSP environment on you Galaxy Note 2 the LiquidSmooth ROM might be one good choice for you. Being stripped of almost all bloatwares, it is able to yield a far smoother and faster experience. The ROM is based on the latest Android 4.2.2, the most advanced version of the OS, and features all the new things and improvements associated with it.
Some of the feature of the LiquidSmooth ROM for Note 2 include:
  • Customizable lockscreen buttons and sliders
  • Chronus clock widget
  • Customizable hardware and software keys
  • Transparent navbar and status bar
  • Customizable navbar ring
  • Navigation bar widgets
  • Customizable power menu
  • Notification power widget
  • Customizable quicksettings panel
  • Statusbar mods
  • Theme engine
  • Quiet hours
  • Volume rocker music controls
  • Full Rotation
  • Customizable battery and notification light
As for the battery life, which is always a subject of major concern for the users of a device like Note 2, LiquidSmooth ROM will give you more lasting battery performance than most  ROMs available for the device currently.


LiquidSmooth ROM Note 2: Link
Google Apps:

3. Android Revolution HD ROM Note 2

Developer: mike1986. (Donate)

ROM Review

The Android Revolution HD ROM does not need an introduction you have been flashing your high-end Android phone with custom ROMs. The ROM is also available for a range of phones and tablets for a long time and it has always been known for its tweaks and awesome performance. For a device with the magical S Pen, it is important to use a ROM that gives you a good battery backup, smoother feel and fast response and which, at the same, does not mar or affect any of the functionalities present on your phone with stock ROM.
As for myself, flashing and testing ROMs to be able to write an article like this becomes a part of life,but whatever custom ROM I might use, there is always an undercurrent desire to get back home with the stock firmware. Most people turn to custom ROMs with an aim to get a better battery life, smoothness and a few add-ons. The Android Revolution HD ROM is one such ROM that you would like to stick for a long time.


Android Revolution HD ROM Note 2: Link

4.  PhoeniX ROM Note 2

Developer: tamirda (Donate)
PhoeniX Rom Note 2

ROM Review

Phoenix, the mythical bird that is said to rise from its own ashes, symbolizes regeneration and renewal. The PhoeniX ROM for the Galaxy Note 2 GT-N7100 has been aptly named because it is really capable of  giving you a refreshed feeling as you keep using it. The ROM turns your phone into a power house with lots of features and options for customization. Fast performance, great stability and nice awesome battery performance are the stuff the PhoeniX ROM is all about.
Tamirda, the ROM developer, has brought together some of the best features from other nice ROMs and the work of different modders to produce an all new product that surpasses most ROMs. Here are just a few features that hall mark this ROM:
  • Fully Deodexed, Latest BusyBox
  • Flash Player support
  • Call Recorder
  • Phone with no increasing ringtone
  • All supported languages enabled
  • All supported languages for Samsung Keyboard enabled
  • Call Delay After call End Reduced to 0 ms
  • Enable sub Symbols on Stock Samsung keyboard
  • Enable call button in contact list
  • Disabled Converting Effect Between SMS MMS
  • Multi-window control
  • New Settings app for advanced configuration
  • OTA update feature
Since the PhoeniX  ROM is installed via Aroma installer, all power comes to your hands. It’s you who decides what features and apps you want on your Galaxy Note 2. In a few words, this ROM is a great choice if you want  a ROM with all TouchWiz features and stunning performance.
The ROM works best with Perseus Kernel. If you want to enjoy very good battery life, install this Kernel (link below) before flashing the ROM using “install zip from sdcard” option in CWM recovery.


PhoeniX ROM: Link

5. Carbon ROM [JB 4.2.2]

Developer: Carbon Team (Donate)

ROM Review:

Carbon ROM is youngest of all ROMs listed above and yet it is surprisingly mature in its performance and the impact it leaves on the user. It’s a simple, low-sized and performance oriented ROM that is capable of surprising anyone with its facets of customization. It’s numerous features and options are more than enough to keep you engaged for a couple of weeks and its stability and battery output might force you to use as a daily driver.
Please note that if you are a hardcore TouchWiz fan, you might not like an AOSP or CM based ROM because they do not allow you to use the S Pen, S Note, Air View, Multi-window and various other typical feature found on stock ROM. But if you do not like the lag delays, and terrible response of the TouchWiz UX and love to taste Jelly Bean it is natural raw flavor, you’ll love Carbon ROM.
For a detailed review of this amazing AOSP 4.2.2 (JB) based ROM, please head over to this article.


The ROM is available as Stable and Nightly builds. For good performance install the stable version found under “release” folder and to get a peek into the latest features choose “nightly builds”.
Download Latest Carbon ROM: Link
Google Apps Zip Package: Link

Droidviews Recommendations:

If you just read our ROM reviews, it should not be any nut cracking business for you to pick a daily driver for your Galaxy Note 2 GT-N7100. However, if you expect from us to be more explicit in our verdict, here it is:
  • If you wish to enjoy the features of stock Samsung ROM further tweaked to deliver good performance and nice battery life, go for Phoenix ROM.
  • If you like a lightning fast ROM with powerful performance and real stock Android feel without any puddings, Carbon ROM is what you need.
As we test new ROMs and find any really deserving one that gives you most out of the Galaxy Note 2, we will be back to the action and add a few more. Enjoy these ROMs and let us know if our selection was apt. Do you have  in mind another ROM that belongs to the class of the best? Do share with us. Cheers!

LG G3 Android 6.0 Marshmallow Ported from Nexus 6

LG G3 was one of the first phones to receive Android Lollipop firmware. However, that was an year ago and there is no word from the manufacturer for Android M. Although, its very likely that LG G3 will receive Marshmallow update, as most manufacturers provide support for all their devices for at least 2 years, it will take long for the G3 to receive Android M update. So if you want to try the Marshmallow ROM, then here is a ported ROM from the Nexus 6.

However, the ROM isn’t stable and is still in experimental stages. So users should not expect everything to be working, just yet. The custom ROM has some bugs and the developers are trying their best to make this ROM as stable as possible. So at this moment, the ROM is more or less just for testing purpose and not for daily usage.
As it is a ported ROM, it can be flashed through a custom recovery. Along with the international variant D855, support for other variants like the D850, D858HK is available. If you know the risks associated with this, then lets start with the tutorial.


  • The ported Android M ROM is compatible and is tested on some LG G3 variants that includes D850, D855 and D858HK.
  • You need a Custom Recovery like TWRP installed on your LG G3. Click here.
  • You must have device drivers installed on your PC, so that you can transfer the ROM file to your device’s storage.
  • You must fully charge your device or at least to 60%, as the process may take a while.
Warning: Warranty may be void if you root or install custom ROM on your device. We at DroidViews shall not be responsible for any damage to your device whatsoever. We are not responsible if you brick or damage your device. Reader’s discretion is advised.
Backup your Apps and Data
Before you proceed, make sure you backup all your data. This process will wipe all the data from your device except for the internal storage. Hence, a full backup or nandroid backup is recommended. Also backup all your internal storage files just in case anything goes wrong. Take a nandroid backup from the custom recovery before flashing the ROM.

Download Section

  • Download | Ported Android 6.0 Marshmallow ROM for LG G3

How to Install Android 6.0 Marshmallow on LG G3 Ported from Nexus 6

  1. Download the Ported LG G3 Android Marshmallow ROM from the download section. Also get the Androd M compatible Google apps.
  2. Now transfer the files into your device’s internal storage. Place the zip file where you can easily locate it.
  3. Now reboot into Custom Recovery (like TWRP). To boot into TWRP, press and hold volume down and power keys at the same time.
  4. It is highly recommended that you perform a nandroid backup. To backup your ROM, tap on backup option in TWRP and select the following elements: System, Data, Boot, Recovery, EFS and swipe right where appropriate, to backup.
  5. After performing the ROM backup, return to the TWRP main menu and tap the Wipe button and select Advanced Wipe. Then select Dalvik Cache, System,Data, and Cache. Now swipe right to confirm.
  6. Go back to the TWRP main menu or home screen again and tap on Install option. Navigate to the ROM file and select it.
  7. Swipe the confirmation button to proceed with installation. The ROM will be installed.
  8. Now again return to home in the TWRP and tap on Install option. Navigate to the Google apps zip file and select it.
  9. Swipe the confirmation button to proceed with installation..
  10. Once installed, reboot to system.
Once you see the Android M logo, that means you have installed it successfully. If you come across bootloop or system errors, you can restore your previous ROM from the backup. For queries, comment down below.

4 best Nexus 6 Custom ROMs

The Motorola-manufactured Nexus 6 is Google’s latest Nexus series smartphone built for size and perfection. Following the success of the Galaxy Nexus, Nexus 4 and the Nexus 5, the Nexus 6 is made to provide its users with everything more in size, be it the software or hardware. It supports a QHD 5.96-inch Gorilla Glass AMOLED display, changing the whole gaming and media playback experience, 13 MP camera with image stabilization and Dual-LED flash for defined pictures, an Adreno 420 graphics unit for the best in-hand gaming experience, and running on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor with 2.7 GHz quad-core CPU. Buying this device may probably be the best choice you made and shall prove worthy to you in the future too.

With the release of Android 5.0 Lollipop, users and developers at XDA are spirited than ever. Custom Firmware manufacturers like PA and CM have already started their work on the same. Since the Nexus 6 is one of the first devices to run the latest Android version, it is highly expected to be the first to receive the Custom Firmware support. Several custom ROMs are already out for this very device, but do you have any idea of which one of the lot is meant for you to be your choice and companion for a long run? There are users here who don’t and we’re here to resolve this in your head. So, it will be easy for you to determine your partner.
Installing a custom ROM requires your Nexus 6 to be bootloader unlocked and running a custom recovery like TWRP. Bootloader could be simply unlocked using the fastboot oem unlock command while your Nexus 6 is in fastboot/bootloader mode. You perform the other operation easily using the link below.

The list below is completely based on user feedback and ROM features, none of which is our personal touch and is completely unbiased.

How to install a custom ROM on Nexus 6

We have already covered a complete guide to assist you in flashing a custom ROM on your Android device. Most of the developers state their specific flashing procedure (if any) or else you can just click on the link below and follow the path to installing your favourite custom ROM.

Best Custom ROMs for Nexus 6


Developer: rascarlo

ROM Review:

Rastapop is an Android Custom ROM based on 5.0 Lollipop and is now also available for the Nexus 6 users. It is a brilliant result of the team’s hard work. Rastapop is solely based on AOSP code, adds a few bits of CyanogenMod code and adds features of its own. The uniqueness of this ROM is that it is not bloated with abundant features, it comprises only of a limited yet very useful features that are looked forward by most users. It is lightweight and fast compared to most ROMs out there.
As for now, Rastapop is running a nightly phase, with latest Google updates being included. Despite of its Nightly label, it is considered stable enough for daily usage and is highly recommended by the users as well. Below are some of its major features which can be observed, but there are tons of other custom codes which makes the ROM fast, light and stable:
  • Status bar brightness control
  • Status bar battery percentage
  • Custom Navigation bar height
  • Volume key features (Rocker, adjustment, cursor control)
  • Advanced Reboot Menu
  • Kill button support


Installation Instructions

Rastapop developers prefer and highly recommend TWRP for flashing this ROM. If you’re not sure of the direct developer instructions listed below, look above link on how to flash a Custom ROM.
  2. full wipe if coming from a different rom, else skip this step
  3. wipe cache
  4. flash build
  5. flash gapps
  6. (opt.) flash SuperSu/Superuser
  7. live up
Visit the Rastapop XDA thread for live discussion and direct developer support.


Developer: SlimROMs
SlimLP ROM for Nexus 6

ROM Review

SlimROMs have maintained their popularity since the era of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, followed by KitKat and now it has finally landed on Lollipop. The team aims on building a ROM which is slimmed down (lost every bloatware) and still is rich in features. SlimLP is also based on AOSP code and is a user’s best approach to features, and loads of features! But still throwing a feel of lightweight. SlimLP is all about choices, be it GApps or Add-ons, this way a user gets what he/she desires and not what he is provided with. The ROM is built taking users in consideration and what they seek in a Custom ROM.
For now, SlimLP is available as Alpha releases, which means the community has not labelled it to be officially stable. But, we have an amazing feedback from the users over at XDA claiming it to be enough for use as a daily driver on the Nexus 6. Some outlined features are:
  • SlimLP themed icons
  • AudioFX – An audio engine for enhanced audio experience
  • Highly customizable Messaging app
  • Advanced reboot menu
  • Privacy guard – Manage per-app permissions
  • Lockscreen shortcuts
  • Ambient display
  • Various volume key features
  • Heads up mods (Snoozer and time out)
  • Battery light mods
  • Double-tap to sleep (DT2W)
  • Brightness control and several other status bar mods
  • Dialler tweaks


Installation Instructions:

Flashing SlimRoms coming from another ROM or Android version (e.g. slimbean to slimkat) (Clean flash):
  1. Download latest SlimRoms and latest gapps and put them on your sd card
  2. Boot to recovery
  3. In CWM, do a factory reset, wipe cache and in mounts and storage section format system
  4. In TWRP choose advanced in wipe section and wipe dalvik, cache, system and data
  5. Flash ROM
  6. Flash Gapps
  7. Reboot, setup and enjoy.
Flashing SlimRoms coming from another ROM or Android version (e.g. slimbean to slimkat) (Clean flash):
  1. Download latest SlimRoms and latest gapps and put them on your sd card
  2. Boot to recovery
  3. In CWM, do a factory reset, wipe cache and in mounts and storage section format system
  4. In TWRP choose advanced in wipe section and wipe dalvik, cache, system and data
  5. Flash ROM
  6. Flash Gapps
  7. Reboot, setup and enjoy.
Visit the SlimLP XDA thread for live discussion and direct developer support.


Developer: skiwong20

ROM Review

The eldest of all the custom ROMs – CyanogenMod is now available for the Google Nexus 6, but unofficially via XDA developers. CM has been known for its minimal nature and precise features, offering a user complete control over his device. It is not just another custom ROM development team, but a whole new firm offering its very own version of Android OS. CyanogenMod has now also been known for its own official devices like the OnePlus One.
While the team is still preparing the code for official CM12 release, our enthusiastic developers at XDA have a fortune in compiling the ROM and releasing it for the Nexus 6. The feedback from the users has been highly positive. If you’re a user who does prefer sticking up to a single ROM for a long run, with not too-many features, CyanogenMod is what you will need to be running on your device. It consists of most of the basic tweaks like status bar, volume, custom profiles, ambient display, CM wallpapers, File Manager, Music, AudioFX, physical button tweaks and much more to take note of.
The confirmed bugs have been stated by the developer and are assured to be fixed very soon:
  • Data is slow to connect to CDMA services on boot.


Installation Instructions

  1. The usual: Backup and wipe if coming from another ROM!
  2. Get latest version of ROM
  3. See second post for older builds and changelog!
  4. Get Gapps here original package courtesy of euroskank and banks, edited with working swype keyboard added by me.
  5. Flash Rom + Gapps + whatever else you want wait till finished and reboot.
Visit the CM Unofficial XDA thread for live discussion and direct developer support.


Developer: dsmitty166

ROM Review

EUPHORIA OS is another famous custom ROM for Android which is rich in features and utterly stable. The ROM is amazingly smooth and buttery in experience covering a lot feature that a user craves for. Despite being new in the zone, Euphoria OS has conquered and maintained its popularity among several device sections. The ROM has been a choice of a huge bunch of people. The team has tried and stayed close to AOSP code as far as possible with addition of cherry picked features. While the ROM label is still beta, the users have claimed the ROM to be way stable to be used as a daily driver on your Nexus 6, without any bugs but one – Data on Sprint not working. Which can be fixed easily by flashing a fix during the initial flashing process.
A few features of EUPHORIA OS:
  • Privacy Guard with App Ops control
  • In-built call blocking feature for calls and SMS
  • Custom features in Messaging
  • Superuser
  • Advanced reboot menu
  • ADB tweaks
  • D2TW
  • Custom profiles
  • Ascending ringtone feature
  • DSP Manager
  • Volume key mods
Not just these, there is a lot more packed inside every EUPHORIA OS build. Just install and explore.


Installation Instructions

Note: Don’t restore system data using Titanium Backup!
Installing Euphoria-OS for the first time, or coming from another ROM:
  1. Make sure you’re running a proper working ClockworkMod-Recovery/Team Win Recovery Project – WITH SELINUX SUPPORT!
  2. Copy GApps and ROM ZIP to your SDCard
  3. If you are running an encrypted kernel, your data will be encrypted on first boot – Data will also be erased
  4. If you are running an unencrypted kernel, your data will remain unencrypted
  5. Boot into Recovery
  7. Flash Euphoria-OS zip from SDCard
  8. Flash GApps zip from SDCard
  9. Flash SuperSU
  10. Reboot
Upgrading from an earlier version:
  1. Copy the ROM ZIP to your SDCard
  2. Boot into Recovery
  3. Flash the ROM zip from SDCard
  4. Reboot
Visit Euphoria OS XDA Thread for live discussion and direct developer support.

Samsung Galaxy Note 5 T-Mobile Latest Firmware Update

Samsung has been such elevated about its latest flagship phone that the manufacturer has been pushing a lot of updates to the device for stability improvements. Following the stagefright and other security updates and also some bugs fixes, here is yet another update that will take the firmware to version N920TUVU2COI5. Not long ago did Samsung launch this beast into the market and the manufacturer has pushed several updates ever since. Samsung definitely provides good software support to its devices. Moreover, speculations are that Note 5 will receive the upcoming Android 6.0 update.

The new OI5 firmware is based on Android 5.1.1 Lollipop and not much is known about it right now. The update is rolling out for all the T-Mobile variants at this moment and will popup in your system soon enough. However, if you are growing impatient and want to install the latest firmware onto your Note 5, then we have got you covered. All you need is the firmware file from the download section and an Odin Software installed on your PC.


  • Make sure you have the perfect device and variant. This tutorial is suitable for only T-Mobile Galaxy Note 5 SM-N920T variant. This will install N920TUVU2COI5 Lollipop 5.1.1 firmware onto your device.
  • Make sure you have fully charged your Galaxy Tab 4 or at least up to 60% of  the battery.
  • Enable USB Debugging on your
  • Make sure you have Samsung drivers installed on your PC.
  • Download the 7zip software to extract the zip file to get the firmware file which is in .tar.md5 extension.

Download Section

  • Download| Mirror | OI5 Update for T-Mobile Galaxy Note 5 (File: (1.66 GB))
  • Download | Odin3 v3.10.7
Backup Your Apps and Data
It is recommend that you backup your apps, contacts, messages, photos, videos and any other important data stored on the internal storage of your phone. Get some of our useful backup apps from the DroidViews archives. This will help you backup your device data easily.

Install the New OI5 Update on your T-Mobile Galaxy Note 5

  1. Make sure you have downloaded the Lollipop firmware for your T-Mobile Galaxy Note 5. If it is a zip file, extract it to get the firmware file with .tar.md5 extension.
  2. Now turn off your phone and boot it into the Download Mode. To do this, turn off your device and then press and hold Volume Down + Home + Power buttons simultaneously for 2-3 seconds. When you see the warning screen with a yellow triangle sign, press the Volume Up/Down key to enter Download/Odin mode
  3. Download the required file and extract the file on your PC. You will get the Odin3_v3.10.7.exe file. Open it as administrator to get to the Odin window.
  4. Connect your Note 5 to the computer using the USB cable.
  5. As soon as you connect the device, the ID:COM port on Odin will turn Blue. You’ll also see “Added!!” message to indicate successful connection.
  6. In case your phone is not detected by Odin, you can try the following things:
    • Reboot your phone and turn off USB Debugging and turn it on again.
    • Try reinstalling the Samsung USB Drivers.
    • Try changing the USB cable and connecting to other ports.
  7. Now click AP button on Odin and add the firmware file (N920TUVU2COI5_N920TTMB2COI5_.tar.md5).
  8. In the Options section, make sure that only the Auto Reboot and F. Reset Time boxes are checked and everything else are unchecked. (Do not, in any case, check Re-Partition box)
  9. Before you proceed to firmware installation on Odin, make sure everything is set according to the screenshot.
  10. Now, click the Start button on Odin to start installation which might take a while for firmware to install.odin-3.10.6-firmware-installation-pass1
  11. Once you get a PASS! message on Odin, your device will restart. It’s the green signal that indicates successful installation. In case you get Fail! message, make sure you have gone through the preparations carefully
Once you have successfully booted into the firmware, you can now enjoy your Lollipop firmware.
If you come across bootloop, then this may occur sometimes when you have installed a new firmware. To solve this, remove the battery and then put it back again. Boot to Recovery by holding Volume Down + Home + Power. In Recovery, select “wipe data/factory reset” then select “Yes” This will delete all user data. Now Select Reboot to System. If you want a detailed tutorial for these steps, head over to the below link.

Galaxy S2 (GT-I900)Android Marshmallow

Galaxy S2 is one of the most sold Samsung phones, it began the revolution in  the smartphone world. It was one of the best Android phones to own at that time. It had decent hardware that gave a good performance. After almost five years since it has been released, it may not have the specifications as compared to today’s flagship devices but it is still a usable device, especially if you are rocking a custom ROM. But due to efforts of developers at XDA, you can now install Android M on your Galaxy S2.

Galaxy S2 came installed with Android 2.3.4 Gingerbread back in 2011. Over the years, it received the official updates up to Android 4.1 Jellybean. But no further updates were provided for the device by Samsung due to lacking internals and two-year support for system updates. But again, thanks to XDA developers, Galaxy S2 has received many Android updates in the form of custom ROMs.
Well, if you still have the device lying around or perhaps are using it as a daily driver, there is a good news for you. You can now try the latest iteration of Android on your Galaxy S2 by installing CM13. CM13 is a popular custom ROM developed by CyanogenMOd developers, it is basically a customized version of Android just like Touchwiz. CM13 gives you some cool features and an almost stock Android look like a Nexus device. It is based on the latest version of Android, i.e. Android Marshmallow 6.0.1.
Marshmallow brings some performance optimizing features with some battery optimizations and some minor visual changes as compared to its previous version Lollipop. App permissions, Doze and Google Now on Tap are some new features introduced in Android M.
To install CM13 on your device, you would need a custom recovery install on your Galaxy S2. So make sure before proceeding with this guide you have a custom recovery installed on your device.
Warning: Any harm to your device will only be your responsibility, we or the devs should not be held responsible. Make sure to make ROM/Nandroid backups before installing any custom files on your device, so that you can restore to your previous ROM if something goes wrong.

Things You Will Need

  • Galaxy S2(I900) with a custom Recovery installed
  • ROM: Link
  • GAPPS: Link

Steps to Install Android Marshmallow on Galaxy S2

  1. Download from the link given above and copy it to your sd card.
  2. Make sure you’re using a KitKat Compatible Recovery.
  3. Boot your device into Recovery mode.
  4. Wipe all your data.
  5. Flash from sd card.
  6. (Optional)Now you may flash Google from sd card in a similar manner.
  7. Reboot your device.
Note: If you get an error message when flashing GApps, you’re probably running out of space in your /system partition. It is recommended to have 1GB to fit the ROM and the GApps ( The stock partition table has 512mb for /system). This thread, by gsstudios, has a good guide for repartitioning.
Root is disabled by default on CyanogenMod 13. To enable it you will have to go to Settings>Developer Options>Root access and set to Apps only or Apps and ADB.
Enjoy the latest version of Android on your Galaxy S2. Do let us know how is it performing on your device. Also, comment down below if you have any question regarding the installation procedure.

T-Mobile / MetroPCS LG G Stylo TWRP Recovery

This TWRP has been confirmed working for LG G Stylo T-Mobile (H631) and Metro (MS631) Variant ONLY! Do not try this on other devices, I will not be responsible for any damage on your phone. Anyway, good luck.
How to install TWRP on LG G Stylo:
  1. Make sure you’re actually running the 5.0.2 firmware. If you’re already on 5.1.1, this thread may brick your device
  2. Make sure your device is rooted
  3. Download Custom Recovery File from TWRP Click HERE
  4. Download Flashify from Google Play Store [Download]
  5. Run Flashify
  6. Make a Stock Recovery Back-up
  7. Flash TWRP Recovery Image.
  8. When the flash finished, reboot your phone into TWRP Custom Recovery
  9. Done. Enjoy TWRP now!

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CyanogenMod 12.1 Custom Rom for LG Leon MS345

CyanogenMod 12.1 Android 5.1.1 Custom Rom has been ported to the LG Leon MS345! This comes in from XDA-Member AndroidAddict||AA with instructions on how to install this custom rom and running on your LG Leon MS345 (only). 
Note: Following this guide at your own risk. I’m not responsible for any damage.
If you want to install the CyanogenMod 12.1, follow the source link below, all steps been tested and is working:
  1. Download CM 12.1 custom rom and gapps and save them to sdcard or internal storage
  2. Boot into TWRP recovery
  3. Wipe Data/Factory Reset
  4. Wipe Cache and Dalvik Cache
  5. Install CM12 zip via New TWRP
  6. Install GApps
  7. Reboot and enjoy!
  • Almost Everything
Not Working:

  • Battery is buggy
  • Front camera recording
  • CPU Frequencies sticking
  • You tell me??
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Redmi 1S custom roms download

Top 5 Roms for redmi 1s

One of the greatest things about Xiaomi Redmi 1S is that it has lots of software developments going on. We can find loads of custom official, unofficial Rom(s) and kernels being released each day for the device. Users have their own free will to pick any of the ROM they want!! So the question that haunts us is:

Which ROM should we really flash? 

We should rely on?

Is it stable or not?

So today we will discuss about those top best Rom(s) for Redmi 1S,

Note: we will be reviewing those ROM(s) only that are based on android 5.1.1 lollipop!!starting from :

CyanogenMod 12.1

Really want to play stress free with lollipop? Then CM12.1 (update R7 & up) or (20150526 & up) is the best custom ROM available for the device which delivers the complete taste of the stock lollipop with added up customization options. CM 12.1 is the most stable ROM available for Redmi 1S, prior builds had problems like heating, continuous lag while charging the device etc which made the users very miserable while using the device. But the newer builds removed all those issues, leading to better performance and durability!
Cm12.1 has most of the features present already, when we compared it with the android M technical preview released for the nexus devices.
Battery backup: Battery backup is very much reliable and lasts the whole day with the data on and with a little gaming.
Point: CM 12.1 yields out best performance when being used up with the Monster kernel (rd5). Also a plus point is that all the kernels are compatible with the ROM.

AOSPA (a.k.a Paranoid Android)

Aospa (Android Open Source Paranoid Android) is from one of the custom ROM that exhibited new introduced features like DSB (dynamic status bar), heads up notifications, pie controls & immersive on the platform of custom android development which made the following ROM user's favorite on kitkat!!. Now paranoid android is the most stable official ROM based on AOSP after Cm12.1  for Redmi 1S based on lollipop. It is still in Beta stage so we can expect more new customization options adding up with incremental OTA updates. Till then it lacks all the customization options as compared to the Cm 12.1, in nut shell we can say that it delivers the stock Google android lollipop experience!!
Battery backup: The following ROM provides best battery backup compared to all the custom ROM(s) listed!!
Point: Flashers please don't expect that the paranoid features which were there on kitkat based ROM will be there in lollipop too, the following ROM does not provide the DSB, Pie controls or immersive for now.

Download Link: AOSPA Rom For Redmi 1S

MOKEE Open Source

Mokee is another open source custom development on top of android platform that presents loads of customization options under the hood. Its the next nice and stable ROM for Redmi 1S running on top of cm 12.1. Lots of updates hit the device weekly which users can flash including the nightly's. When compared with the Cm 12.1, Mokee leads in the section of customization but Cm 12.1 leads in the area of stability and battery backup.
Battery backup: Rom has an above average battery backup.
Point: All the kernels available for the device don't work with mokee so please confirm it before flashing it to avoid bricking!!

Download Link: Mokee For Redmi 1s
AICP (a.k.a Android Ice Cold Project)

AICP is an official ROM that has lots of features available for Redmi 1S. All the additional features are available in the settings app under one place that is "AICP Extras". Additional settings includes 'SlimPIE', 'App circle bar', 'App sidebar', 'Gesture Anywhere' etc . The ROM has AOKP animations by default that can be changed by the user under 'Display and animations' settings.
The ROM is very smooth and has no lags at all, but sometimes device faces heating issues while charging.
Battery backup: The battery lasts quite long when compared it with the other ROM(s) exhibiting the same extra customization features like blisspop, TeamUB etc.
Point: All of the kernels works with this ROM.

Download Link: AICP For Redmi 1S

Resurrection Remix

The following ROM is based on CyanogenMod 12.1 with combined features of Slim, Omni and other custom ROM(s) builds.
There is certainly no bugs or issues with the ROM, but has better RAM management even though having such lots of customization option included in the settings such as lock screen tweaks, recent panel settings, button tweaks etc. Yes it is also another brilliant piece of artwork on the platform of custom android development which is available for Xiaomi Redmi 1s.
Battery backup: After using the ROM for one week with all my apps installed, the battery backup showed was not up to the mark. The device was not lasting whole day with continuous usage of data.

Download Link: Resurrection Remix For Redmi 1S

That's all for today guys, stay connected!!
Happy flashing!!

HTC One M8 custom rom list



Released in March 2015, SkyDragon claims to be the first Lollipop-based ROM for the HTC One M8, and also is the first to integrate the Sense 7 UI. The latter is a particularly impressive feat considering Sense 7 hasn't been fully released for the HTC One M8 at the time of writing (though apparently it was released earlier than planned due to it leaking online).
The UI is bloat-free, it has fantastic battery life, as well as offering a ton of customization and performance tweaks.


ViperOneM8 comes from veteran modders Venom and is one of the most widely adopted ROMs available for the HTC One M8. Venom’s interface is highly customizable, but it's also highly themed, providing a brand new, stylish interface.
Three-finger gestures are supported, many custom backgrounds and transparency options are available, buttons can be remapped, and the lock screen notifications can be edited. Oh and you are given the ability to skip songs with the volume button. Nice.


MaximusHD boasts a fast and stable build with extended battery life over the standard HTC One M8 experience. It’s working off of Android 5.0.1, is completely Deodexed and Zippaligned, and allows removal of all those unnecessary apps that come with the HTC One M8.
It supports a number of M8 devices, and offers improvements to the audio, camera, battery and overall performance and allows for the installation of other mods. What more could you ask for? androidpit htc one m8 maximus rom

Android Revolution HD

Android Revolution HD is another favored HTC ROM among the Android community. Android Revolution HD gets rid of bloatware and optimizes RAM and virtual memory, giving you speedy performance and uncluttered interface. It’s almost like Stock Android, ensuring a stable build as well as giving you the ability to customize the look and feel of the interface as you see fit.
Android Revolution HD provides possibly the best version of the HTC One M8, and should not be overlooked.

androidpit revolution htc one m8 rom
Android Revolution HD/ © mike1986
What do you think is the best HTC One M8 ROM? Let us know in the comments below.

Galaxy S5 SM-G900A Android 5.0 Lollipop Firmware AT&T

Android Lollipop is undoubtedly the best iteration the OS has seen so far. It was released in November last year and has reached most devices that had been released during the last couple of years. While Samsung devices usually get new software update pretty late, the Lollipop update came to the flagship phones by the OEM quite sooner than expected.

The AT&T Galaxy S5 received the Lollipop OTA back in March. Most of the owners have already been enjoying the sweet treat for months now. Since the Lollipop update for the AT&T S5 brings undowngradable bootloader and there is no working root exploit available for the device, many users thought it better not to take the OTA right away.
If you have been with for a while, you might remember us sharing XDA member muniz_ri’s workaround for installing the rooted Lollipop ROM on the AT&T Galaxy S5 without upgrading the bootloader. The method requires root privilege on the device and involves flashing the ROM using Chainfire’s FlashFire app. In the same tutorial, we also shared the Lollipop OTA zip file that can be flashed manually via stock recovery. The method, however, demands the Android 4.4.4 firmware as base to install the OTA.
Anyway, if you have not been able to update your AT&T Galaxy S5 SM-G900A with Lollipop for some reason, it’s time for you to enjoy Lollipop by installing the stock firmware manually. Better late than never, eh! Since network providers like Verizon and AT&T don’t release firmware for their devices for public download, it’s availability of the Android 5.0 stock firmware with build version G900AUCU3BOC4 might prove a lifesaver of many users of the phone. Thanks to numatron from XDA forums for repackaging the firmware as an executable one-click file.

Getting Prepared

  • Download the stock Lollipop OC4 firmware for the AT&T S5:
  • Enable USB Debugging on your Galaxy S5 by going to Settings> Developer options. If you do not find the option under device settings, refer to our detailed tutorial on enabling it.
  • Download and install Samsung USB Drivers or Kies on your computer. Skip this step if you already of any of them installed.
  • The firmware installation won’t wipe your phone’s app or data but we still recommend backing up your data as precaution.
  • Lastly, make sure your has ample battery juice (60% at least) before proceeding.

Installing Lollipop Firmware on AT&T Galaxy S5

  1. Having downloaded the file, extract it using a Zip extractor program.
  2. Now reboot your Galaxy S5 into the Download Mode: turn off the device, press and hold the Volume Down + Home + Power buttons at the same time for 2-3 seconds. When you see the warning screen, press the Volume Up key.
  3. Now connect your phone to the computer using a compatible USB cable.
  4. Now click the one-click EXE file.
  5. When Odin is launched, just click the Start button to initiate firmware installation.
  6. Wait until the installation is finished and then your phone will reboot automatically.
Done! In case your device is stuck on the AT&T splash screen for more than 5 minutes, pull out the back cover and phone’s battery, place it back after 20-30 seconds and then perform a data/factory reset via stock recovery. You can stepwise instructions for resetting your phone here. You can now enjoy fully stock Android 5.0 (OC4) firmware on your AT&T Galaxy S5 SM-G900A.

LG G4 VS986 Verizon Android Marshmallow Update

LG G4 was one of the first devices to receive an update to Android Marshmallow, after the Nexus devices. But for Verizon LG G4 users the update has started to roll out just now. The new update brings the optimizations of Android Marshmallow and customizations and tweaks by LG, that are meant to provide you a better user experience.

The  most talked about features in Marshmallow update are Doze mode which gives excellent Stand by time for your device, App permissions which enable you to control permissions for applications on your device, Now on tap, and few others. This guide will help you install the newly released Marshmallow update on your Verizon LG G4.
If you are running Stock ROM without any customizations like Rooting or flashing a custom recovery, then you may simply Check for New Updates in your Settings app and install the update. But if you haven’t received the OTA or are running a customized version of the stock ROM or have installed any other custom ROM, you cannot install the OTA update directly on your phone. You would need to flash the update using the flash tool as described in this guide.

Things You Will Need

  • Verizon LG G4 VS986 and a PC
  • LGUP: Link
  • Firmware (KDZ file): Link
  • USB Drivers: Link
Note: if you are worried about losing your data  you may use LG Bridge software to Backup and Restore data on your mobile.

Steps To Follow

  1. Download the LGUP software from the links given above.
  2. Install LGUP_8994_DLL_Ver_0_0_3_23 first and then install LGUP_Install_Ver_1_14_3 on your PC.
  3. Now download the KDZ file for the Marshmallow update from the link given above.
  4. Download and install Lg USB drivers from the link given above if you don’t have them installed on your PC.
  5. Connect your Lg G4 to your PC and start LGUP program.
  6. Now if you want to keep your data and want to upgrade to Marshmallow proceed with following steps(without wiping any info/data):
    1. Choose File Path as the path for KDZ file you have downloaded.
    2. Make sure BIN file is ticked.
    3. Also, make sure you have clicked Upgrade.
    4. Now press Start and wait for few minutes.
  7. If you want to do a full wipe and install Marshmallow update then follow the steps given below:
    1. Open the LGUP on your computer.
    2. Change File Path to point it to the Marshmallow KDZ file you have downloaded.
    3. Shut down LGUP(Close it).
    4. Now open LGUP again. You will notice that the KDZ file is already showing in the FILE PATH section.
    5. Now select REFURBISH and make sure BIN file is ticked.
    6. Press Start and wait for few minutes.
  8. Reboot and Enjoy!
Enjoy the latest iteration of Android i.e. Android Marshmallow on your Verizon LG G4. If you have any queries regarding installation procedure leave them in the comments section below.

Samsung galaxy custom roms,root software,official roms [Downlod]



1. Root Samsung Galaxy S Duos S7562
a) Samsung KIES
b) Rooting file

2. Root Samsung Gravity Q using one click method
a) One-Click Root Tool
b) Root Checker app

3. Root Samsung Galaxy Note 2- Beginners Guide:
a) For N7100 Model go HERE.
b) For N7105 Model go HERE.
c) SHV-E250K Model go HERE.
d) SHV-E250L Model go HERE.
e) SHV-E250S Model go HERE.
f) SPH-L900 Model go HERE.
g) SGH-I317 Model go HERE.
h) SGH-I317M Model go HERE.
i) SGH-T889 (T-Mobile) Model go HERE.
j) SCH-I605 Model go HERE.
g) Odin 3.07 and USB drivers.

4. Update Samsung Galaxy S3 mini with kit kat 4.4.2 android firmware:
a) KitKat 4.4.2 firmware
b) Gapps package

5. Samsung Galaxy Young-GT S6310/GT S6312
a) Framaroot APK
6. Root Samsung Galaxy Y Duos
a) Rooting file
b) Unrooting file

7. Root and Install CWM in Galaxy Ace Plus S7500:
a) Recovery
b) Odin3v1.87
c) Superuser-3.1.3-arm-signed

8. Root AT&T Samsung Galaxy Note 3 (SM-N900A)
b) Mirror Link

c) 7zip program [Torrent Link]
9. Root Samsung Galaxy Fit S5670
a) file
10. Root Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 running on Jelly Bean
a) Rooting Package
11. Update Samsung Galaxy Note 2 N7105 with Kit Kat 4.4 firmware:
a) Kit Kat 4.4 android firmware package (Will update the link soon)
12. Update Samsung Galaxy Nexus GSM with official ICS 4.0.4 firmware
a) CWM image
b) ICS 4.0.4 firmware
c) Android SDK
d) fastboot-windows
e) fastbot-mac

13. Root Samsung Galaxy Pro B7510

a) Gingerbread root file

14. Root Samsung Galaxy Fit Smartphone
a) Superoneclick package
15. Root Samsung Galaxy S Advance (GT-I9070)

a) Root package
16. Root Samsung Galaxy Chat GT-B5330
a) Unlock Tool
b) Root Checker app

17. PMP light ROM:
a) PMP Light ROM v7 Update Package
b) Latest Update Package

18. KyleOpen Rom On Samsung Galaxy S Duos GT-S7562
a)CWM Recovery
b) KyleOpen Tools

19. Root Samsung Galaxy S4 I9500 On Jellybean 4.3 XXUEMJ5 Firmware
a) Rooting Package
b) Odin

20. Root Samsung Galaxy Ace 5830i Smartphone
a) Root Package
b) Root Checker app

21. Unroot Samsung Galaxy S3 I9300
a) Stock firmware
b) Odin3v1.5

22. Upgrade Samsung Galaxy S2 Plus I9105 With CyanogenMod 10.1
a) CM10.1 android 4.2.2 ROM
b) Google apps

23. Root Samsung Galaxy S2 Plus I9105 Smartphone
a) CWM Recovery
b) Odin file
c) Superuser root package

24. Update Samsung Galaxy S Duos-S7562 With Android 4.2.2 Jellybean
a) CM 10.1 zip file

25. Upgrade Samsung Galaxy S2 Plus I9105 With CyanogenMod 10.1
a) CM 10.1 android 4.2.2 ROM

26. Root Samsung Galaxy S2 Plus I9105

a) CWM Recovery
b) Odin file

27. Update Samsung Galaxy S Duos-S7562 With Android 4.2.2 Jellybean
a) CM 10.1 Zip file

28. Update Samsung Galaxy Y GT-S5360 With CoD ROM

a) CoD custom ROM
29. Update Samsung Galaxy Y GT-S5360 to Android ICS 4.0.3
30. Update Samsung Galaxy Y GT-S5360 To Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean Taste Custom ROM Firmware
a) Taste ROM Android 4.1 ROM
31. Root Samsung Galaxy Y GT-S5360
a) Rooting Package
32. Root AT&T Galaxy S3 On Any Firmware Using One-Click Method
a) Root Package
33. Root Samsung Galaxy S-III I9300 Smartphone By Using XXALE8 Firmware
a) Rooting Package
b) Odin

34. Manually Update Samsung Galaxy S4 GT I9500 with XXUBMEA Jellybean 4.2.2 Firmware
a) Jellybean 4.2.2 XXUBMEA package (Will update link soon)
b) Odin

35. Update Samsung Galaxy S I9000 Smartphone With Android 4.2 JellyBean Firmware
a) Android 4.2.2 Jellybean firmware
b) Google apps package

36. Unroot Samsung Galaxy S I9000
a)Official firmware
b) Odin3 v1.82

37. Root Samsung Galaxy S GT I9000 and Install CWM Recovery
a) CF-Root for XXJVR
b) CF-Root for XXJVS
c) CF-Root for XXJVT
d) CF-Root for XXJVZ
e) CF-Root for XXJVU
f) CF-Root for XXJW4
g) Odin file

38.Root Samsung Galaxy S4 i9500
a) Samsung Galaxy S4 driver
b) Odin
c) Adam’s kernel
d) Clockworkmod Recovery

39. Unroot Samsung Galaxy Y GT-S5360
a) Stock firmware
b) Odin file

40. Update Samsung Galaxy S Duos 2 (S7582) To Kit Kat 4.4 Firmware
S7562ODDBMF1 HYD52ROM_GLOSSY (Contact us to get the link)!
41. Tutorial To Flash Stock Firmware In Samsung Galaxy Core GT-i8262
Odin 3.07
42. How To Root Samsung Galaxy Note-3 Exynos (SM-N900) Running On Android 4.4.2 KitKat
a) Method 1:
Odin PC version 3.07 :
Link 1 Link 2 Link 3 CF auto root package file
43. How To Install TWRP Recovery On Samsung Galaxy Note 3
Odin PC version 3.07 :
Link 1 Link 2 Link 3
Download TWRP Recovery:
International Galaxy Note 3 SM-N900 Canadian Galaxy Note 3 SM-N900W8 LTE Galaxy Note 3 SM-N9005 Sprint Galaxy Note 3 SM-N900P T-Mobile Galaxy Note 3 SM-N900T
Method 2:
TWRP recovery file
44. Tutorial to Root Samsung Galaxy Trend GT-S7392 Smartphone
a) Samsung KIES
b) Root Master app

45. How To Root Samsung Galaxy S3 I9300 On Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean (XXELLA) Firmware
b) Odin v1.85

46. Tutorial To Install XXUANB2 Android 4.2.2 Official Firmware On Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 P5210
a) Android 4.2.2 P5210XXUANB2
b) Odin v3.09

47. How To Root Samsung Galaxy Music GT-S6012 & S6010
a) Moborobo
b) Shuame software

48. How To Root Samsung Galaxy S Duos Without PC/Laptop
a) Rooting package
49. Detailed Guide Of Samsung Galaxy Grand Quattro (GT-I8552) – [CWM, Root, Unroot]
a) Odin v3.07
b) CWM Recovery v6.0.3.6
c) Stock Recovery GT-I8552
e) Unrooting file

50. Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom LTE SM-C105A With C105AUBUANA1 Android 4.2.2 JellyBean
a) Android UBUANA1 firmware
b) Odin 3.07

51. How To Unroot Samsung Galaxy S2 Plus (GT-I9105)
a) Stock firmware
b) Odin

51. How To Root Samsung Galaxy Fame :
a) Motochopper tool
52. How To Root Samsung Galaxy Star GT-S5280
a) Cydia Impactor tool
53. Tutorial To Root Samsung Galaxy Pocket Plus GT-S5301:
a) Odin 3.0.7
b) Modified stock recovery
c) Update package

54. How To Root Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini I8190 On Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean Firmware:
a) CWM
c) SuperSU
d) Odin 3.07

55. How To Root Samsung Galaxy S3 I9300 On Android 4.3 Jelly Bean Firmware:
a) ChainFire Auto Root
b) Odin 3.07
c) USB Drivers

56. How To Root Samsung Galaxy Star Duos (GT-S5280/GT-S5282):
a) Root Package
b) SuperSU
c) BusyBox
d) Root Checker

57. How To Root Samsung Galaxy S4 I9500 Running on Android 4.3 XXUEMJ5 Jelly Bean Official Firmware:
a) CF-Auto-Root
b) Odin v1.85

58. How To Root Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 7.0 Wi-Fi On Android 4.1.2 Firmware:
a) Root package (prerooted.tar.md5)
b) Odin v3.07

59. How To Root Samsung Galaxy S4 Running on Android 4.4.2 KitKat Update
Chainfire’s CF-Auto-Root package with SuperSU fix. Odin3
60. How To Root Samsung Galaxy Core Plus (SM-G3502)
a) Kingo Android Rooting software
61) How To Root Samsung Galaxy Core Plus SM-G3500
Method 1:
a) CWM recovery
b) Odin

Method 2:
a) Framaroot
62) How To Root Samsung Note 2 GT-N7105
a) Odin
b) Rooting File

63)How to Root Verizon Samsung Galaxy S4
a)Safe root
b)USB drivers

64)How To Root Galaxy Note n7000XLA1 To Android Jelly Bean.
a) XXLSZ Firmware Package
b) Odin

65)How To Root GALAXY S4 Zoom (SM-C105A)
a) Root Package
b) Odin 3.07

66)How to Root My Samsung Galaxy Tab3 Lite (SM-T111)
a)Odin v3.09.

67)How To Root Samsung Galaxy Grand Quatroo Without PC.
a) Frameroot in Apk.
68)How To Root Samsung Galaxy Fame GT S6812.
a)Moto Chopper & Android genuine drivers.
69)How To Upgrade Samsung Galaxy Fame Lite S6790 To Android 4.1.2
a) Firmware
b) Odin 3.07.

70)How To Root Samsung SHV-E160L
a)SHV-E160L driver.
b)V Root app.

71)How To Unbrick / Debrick A Hardbricked Samsung Galaxy S3
b) AT&T I747

72)How To Root Samsung Galaxy Note SHV-E160L (New Method)
a) vRoot
b) SuperSU

73)How To Update Samsung Galaxy Y Duos With Android 4.4 KitKat ROM.
a)KitkatDuos ROM file
74)Root Samsung Galaxy Core Plus SM-G3500 [New Method]
a)down vRoot application
75)How To Install Android 4.4.4 KitKat On Samsung Galaxy S3
a) Android 4.4.4 Kitkat C-ROM
b) Google Apps

76)How To Root Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini GT-I8200 Android Phone.
a)Root Genius.
77)How To Root Samsung Galaxy W GT-I8150 Android Smartphone.
a)Root Genius.
78)How To Root Samsung Galaxy Core Duos GT-i8262D Android Phone.
a)Root Genius application.
79)How To Root Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 Android Phone.
I)Tutorial To Root Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 (GT-S7270 And GT-S7272):
a)Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 Root Files.
c)Touch recovery file.
d)Non-touch recovery file.

II)Tutorial To Root Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 (GT-S7275, GT-S7270L, GT-S7273T, GT-S7275R, etc)
80)How To Root Samsung Galaxy Grand Neo (GT-I9060)
a) Kingo Root Software. 81)How To Root Samsung Galaxy S5 All Variants Using Towelroot.
b)Root Checker
c).apk file

82)How To Root Samsung Galaxy S Duos 2 Android Phone.
a)rooting package.
83)How To Root Samsung Galaxy Mega 5.8 (GT-I9150) Android Phone.
84)How To Root Samsung Galaxy S3 Neo I9300i Android Phone.
a)rooting package.
85)Update Samsung Galaxy S3 Neo I9300i With Android Kitkat 4.4.4
a)Hong Kong:

86)How To Install MIUI On Samsung Galaxy Note 3.
a)Samsung Tool.
b)Universal Android Toolkit.
c)MIUI ROM Package.

87)LiquidSmooth ROM For Samsung Galaxy S3 I9000.
a) Android Open Source Project.
b) EFS and IMEI.
c)LiquidSmooth ROM v3.1

88)How To Root Samsung Galaxy Grand Duos GT-I9082.
a) Root Genius.
b) Root Checker.

89)How To Root Samsung Galaxy Nexus (GT-I9250)
a)Galaxy Nexus ToolKit 10.1
b)Root Checker.

90)How To Root Samsung Galaxy S3 (SGH-I747) Android Phone
a)Galaxy S3 root package
b)Root Checker.

91)How To Root Samsung Galaxy Core I8620 And Install CWM Recovery.
a)Root application.
b)CWM Recovery
c)Odin Packages.

92)How To Root Samsung Galaxy Grand 2 SM-G7102.
b)Samsung Kies.

93)How To Flash Stock ROM On Galaxy S Duos GT-S7562 Smartphone.
a) Stock ROM.
b) Odin V3.09.

94)How To Install VANDROID ROM On Samsung Galaxy Grand 2.
a) Samsung tool.
b) Vandroid ROM package.

95)How To Update Galaxy S3 Mini With Android 5.0 Lollipop Firmware.
a)Android 5.0 Lollipop firmware.
b)Google Apps Package.
c)ROM Manager.

96)How To Install MIX ROM On Samsung Galaxy Core GT-I8260.
a) MIX ROM Package.
97)How To Install SlimWiz Color ROM On Samsung Galaxy Note 2
a) custom recovery
b)SlimWiz Color ROM .

98)How To Install Android 4.4 Kitkat On Galaxy Y Duos GT-S6102.
a) Kitkat 4.4 for Duos.
b)Clockwork Mod.

99)How To Root Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini (I8200/I8200L) With iRoot.
a) iRoot tool.
b)Root Checker.

100)How To Flash Beautiful ROM On Galaxy S Duos GT-S7562.
a)Beautiful ROM.
b) Framework.

101)How To Install Stock Firmware On Samsung Galaxy Y Duos GT-S6102.
a)stock firmware package.

102)How To Install Android 4.4.2 Kitkat On Galaxy S Duos GT-S7562.
a)Alpha 2 ROM.
b)Google Apps Package.

103)How To Flash PMP U-Ex ROM V2.5 On Samsung Galaxy S Duos GT-S7562.
a) Samsung Kies.
I)Tutorial To Flash PMP U-Ex ROM V2.5 On Samsung Galaxy S Duos:
b) Video Player Fix.
c) Hj-Split.

II)Procedure For Updating PMP U-Ex ROM V2.0 To New Version PMP U-Ex ROM V2.5:
a)PMP U-Ex ROM V2.5.0
104)How To Root Samsung Galaxy S Duos 2 Using iRoot.
b)Root checker.

105)How To Install Note 4 And Galaxy S5 Features On Galaxy Note 2.
a) Diamond ROM (Mirror Link)
106)How To Root Samsung Galaxy Ace S5830 Android Phone.
Method 1:
a) Universal GB root.
Method 2:
a)Root Genius software
b)root checker.

107)How To Install Xperian Z ROM On Samsung Galaxy Ace S5830.
a)Xperian Z ROM.
108)How To Root Samsung Galaxy Star Pro GT-S7262
a) Galaxy Star Pro rooting kit
b) Root Checker

109)How To Flash HyperX ROM on Galaxy S Duos GT-S7562 Smartphone.
a) HyperX ROM file.
110)How To Root Samsung Galaxy Alpha (SM-G850) Smartphone.
a) Galaxy Alpha Root files.
b) Root Checker.

111)How To Root Samsung Galaxy Mini 2 S6500 Without PC/Laptop.
112)How To Root Samsung Galaxy S3 SCH-R530C Android Phone.
a)Root files
b)Root Checker.

113) How To Update Galaxy S2 GT I9100G With Android 4.4 Kitkat CyanogenMod Firmware
a) Android 4.4 Kitkat Firmware
b) Google Apps Package

114) How To Root Samsung Galaxy S4 SC-04E Smartphone
a) Root files
115) How To Install Turkbey ROM In Samsung Galaxy S3 (GT-I9300)
a) Turkbey ROM
116) How To Root Samsung Galaxy Pop i559
a) Shuame rooting kit
117) How To Root Samsung Galaxy Fame Lite GT-S6790
a) Kingo Android Root Tool
118) How To Root Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Android Device
a) Odin
b) SuperSU
c) Custom Recovery:
TWRP Recovery:
T-Mobile Galaxy Note 4 SM-N910T – .img | .tar
Sprint Galaxy Note 4 SM-N910P – .img | .tar
Canadian Galaxy Note 4 SM-N910W8 – .img | .tar
Galaxy Note 4 SM-N910G – .img | .tar
Galaxy Note 4 SM-N910R4/SM-N9100/SM-N9106W/SM-N9108V/SM-N9109W – .img | .tar
Galaxy Note 4 All Exynos Models including SM-N910H, SM-N910C, SM-N910U, SM-N910K, SM-N910L, SM-N910S – .img | .tar

CWM Recovery:
Galaxy Note 4 All Qualcomm Models including T-Mobile SM-N910T, Sprint SM-N910P, Canadian SM-N910W8, US Cellular SM-N910R4, SM-N910G – .img | .tar
Galaxy Note 4 Exynos Korean SM-N910K, SM-N910L, or SM-N910S – .img | .tar
Galaxy Note 4 Exynos SM-N910C – .img | .tar
Galaxy Note 4 Exynos SM-N910H – .img | .tar

119) How To Root Samsung Galaxy S6 Smartphone
b) CF-Auto-Root/
b) Odin

120) How To Root Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Smartphone
a) CF Auto Root
b) Odin

121) How To Root Samsung Galaxy A3 Android Device
1) Rooting Kit:
Samsung Galaxy A3 SM-A3000
Samsung Galaxy A3 SM-A3009
Samsung Galaxy A3 SM-A300F
Samsung Galaxy A3 SM-A300FU
Samsung Galaxy A3 SM-A300G
Samsung Galaxy A3 SM-A300H
Samsung Galaxy A3 SM-A300M
Samsung Galaxy A3 SM-A300YZ
2) Odin
122) How To Root Samsung Galaxy A5 Android Smartphone
a) CF Auto Root Rooting Kit:
Samsung Galaxy A5 SM-A5000
Samsung Galaxy A5 SM-A5009
Samsung Galaxy A5 SM-A500F
Samsung Galaxy A5 SM-A500FU
Samsung Galaxy A5 SM-A500G
Samsung Galaxy A5 SM-A500H
Samsung Galaxy A5 SM-A500K
Samsung Galaxy A5 SM-A500L
Samsung Galaxy A5 SM-A500M
Samsung Galaxy A5 SM-A500S
Samsung Galaxy A5 SM-A500Y
Samsung Galaxy A5 SM-A500YZ
b) Odin
123) How To Root Samsung Galaxy A7 Android Smartphone
a) CF Auto Root Rooting Kit:
Samsung Galaxy A7 SM-A7000
Samsung Galaxy A7 SM-A7009
Samsung Galaxy A7 SM-A700FD
Samsung Galaxy A7 SM-A700H
b) Odin
124) How To Root Samsung Galaxy E5 Android Smartphone
a) CF Auto Root:
Samsung Galaxy E5 SM-E500F
Samsung Galaxy E5 SM-E500H
Samsung Galaxy E5 SM-E500M
b) Odin
124) How To Root Samsung Galaxy E7 Android Smartphone
a) CF Auto Root:
Samsung Galaxy E7 SM-E7000
Samsung Galaxy E7 SM-E7009
Samsung Galaxy E7 SM-E700F
Samsung Galaxy E7 SM-E700H
Samsung Galaxy E7 SM-E700M
b) Odin
125) How To Root Samsung Galaxy S Duos 3 Android Smartphone
a) Odin
b) Galaxy S Duos 3 Root Package
c) Kingoroot
d) Galaxy S Duos 3 CWM Package

126) How To Root Samsung Galaxy Trend GT-S7392
a) Kingoroot One-Click Rooting Software