Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Manually Install Jelly Bean 4.2.2 on Samsung Galaxy Y S5360 via Jellynoid ROM Email RSSS

You can now update your galaxy Y S5360 to the latest Jelly Bean 4.2.2 update by installing the Jellynoid ROM. Although Galaxy Y has not received an update any further than Gingerbread, you can still get Jelly Bean 4.2.2 on your galaxy Y along with all the goodies by installing Jellynoid ROM. Although this Jellynoid ROM for galaxy Y is based on stock Jelly Bean 4.2.2 firmware, it has been tweaked up with parts from CyanogenMod, Paranoid ROM and other popular ROMs to optimize the Jelly Bean experience on your galaxy Y. If you want to install this Jelly Bean 4.2.2 based ROM on your galaxy Y, continue reading to find out how -
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To Install Jelly Bean 4.2.2 ROM on your galaxy Y S5360, you’ll need to have root access and a custom recovery such as TWRP or CWM installed on your galaxy Y – if you’re new to this, then no worries. We have provided guides to install Jellynoid ROM on Galaxy Y via both CWM and TWRP. Moreover, you must make sure that you have at least 85% Battery charge to avoid your galaxy Y turning off during the installation. If you’re all ready to install Jelly Bean 4.2.2 on your galaxy Y with Jellynoid ROM, then let’s start with some things to remember.

Things to Keep in Mind

  • The Jelly Bean 4.2.2 ROM you are about to install on your Galaxy Y will void its warranty, however you can always get it back by flashing an official firmware by Samsung KIES
  • Jellynoid ROM for Galaxy Y is only to be installed on Galaxy S3 S5360 variant, do not curse us if you flash it on another device and brick it.
  • To install this Jelly Bean 4.2.2 Jellynoid ROM on Galaxy Y, you will be performing a data wipeout – therefore, we recommend that you back up all the following important stuff to avoid losing it

Backups Required

  • Perform a NanDroid backup of your current ROM/Firmware. This can be done by selecting the back up/restore  option on your recovery
  • Backup your messages
  • Backup your call logs
  • Backup your contacts
  • Backup your apps
  • Note down your  APN settings somewhere on a notepad

Preparations

  • Make sure you have the original USB cable that came with your galaxy Y
  •  it is also important that you enable USB debugging on your Samsung Galaxy Y by going to Settings > Developer options > USB Debugging
  • You must have all the drivers installed on your computer to support your Samsung Galaxy Y

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Steps to Install Jelly Bean 4.2.2 based Jellynoid ROM on Samsung Galaxy Y S5360 (TWRP)

Step 1 - After you’ve downloaded the zip files listed above in the downloads section, connect your galaxy Y to the computer via USB cable and move both these zip files to your Galaxy Y’s root storage in plain sight (not in any folder). Disconnect after moving the files.
Step 2 - Now boot your galaxy Y into recovery mode by pressing Volume up + Home button + Power button. you are now in recovery mode.
Step 3 - Now select clear cache to clear system cache, and dalvik cache under Advanced. Now go back to recovery menu and select Wipeout to wipe the data
Step 4 - Next, select Install and choose the Jelly Bean 4.2.2 Jellynoid ROM zip file that you moved earlier – install it. After that completes, do the same for the Google Apps package zip file and install it.
Step 5 - After you’ve flashed both zip files,  go back to the recovery menu and select Reboot.

Steps to Install Jelly Bean 4.2.2 based Jellynoid ROM on Samsung Galaxy Y S5360 (CWM)

Step 1 - After you’ve downloaded the zip files listed above in the downloads section, connect your galaxy Y to the computer via USB cable and move both these zip files to your Galaxy Y’s root storage in plain sight (not in any folder). Disconnect after moving the files.
Step 2 - Now boot your galaxy Y into recovery mode by pressing Volume up + Home button + Power button. you are now in recovery mode.
Step 3 - Now select clear cache to clear system cache, and dalvik cache under Advanced. Now go back to recovery menu and select Wipeout data / factory reset to wipe the data.
Step 4 - Next, select Install Zip from SD card and choose the Jelly Bean 4.2.2 Jellynoid ROM zip file that you moved earlier – install it. After that completes, do the same for the Google Apps package zip file and install it.
Step 5 - After you’ve flashed both zip files select the ++++Go Back++++ option to go back to the recovery menu and select Reboot system now 

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