[ROM] [CM12] CyanogeMod 12 for Samsung Galaxy NOTE 4 N910F based on Android Lollipop
CyanogenMod 12 custom ROM based on Android Lollipop for Samsung Galaxy NOTE 4 N910F is brought to you by xda senior member Preaper.
As the CM 12 sources are still not merged completely, so you may find some of the features broken or some bugs in the current builds.
Installing custom ROM requires a custom recovery to be installed on your device, which may VOID your warranty and may delete all your data.
before proceeding you may consider backup your all data.
Please visit the Disclaimer page below to agree with the risks involved and proceed before flashing this ROM to your phone:
ROM Disclaimer link
If you have issues in booting after flashing this ROM then follow the below link:
Workaround for booting issues
Files needed for this installation:
CyanogenMod 12 ROM download link for Samsung Galaxy NOTE 4 N910F
Google Apps download link
Installing Cyanogenmod 12 ROM:
Copy the CyanogenMod ROM and GApps zip file to your phone memory (By using a USB cable or via adb push command).
Reboot your phone into recovery mode (Hole Volume UP + HOME + Power button while the phone is booting)
Or if you have a PC in hand with USB driver installed for your phone then type the following command to enter into recovery mode:
$ adb reboot recovery
Wipe data/factory reset.
This will delete all your data on your phone.
You may consider backing up your phone data or take a nandroid backup of the current ROM.
Select the Install Zip from sdcard option.
Select the CyanogenMod ROM zip and then followed by the GApps zip file.
The flashing may take a while.
When it will be done you can reboot your system and enjoy the Cyanogenmod 12 Android Lollipop on your device.
If you have some issues, bugs or concerns and you need to clarify them then head over to the below link.
Stay tuned to get more updates
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