Xperia L Lollipop ROM Resurrection Remix v5.4.2
CyanogenMod 12.1 based Xperia L lollipop ROM, Resurrection Remix v5.4.2 is basically an Android Lollipop 5.1.1. Resurrection remix ROM is based on AOKP, CyanogenMod, Omni, Slim, PA and original Remix ROM builds, which will really add great user experience.
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
Installing Resurrection Remix, Xperia L Lollipop ROM:
Copy the Resurrection Remix ROM, GApps and the SuperSU zip file to your phone memory (By using a USB cable or via adb push command).
Reboot your phone into recovery mode.
Or if you have a PC in hand with USB driver for your phone and fastboot binaries installed, then connect your phone to the PC and type the following command to enter into recovery mode:
$ adb reboot recovery
If you are using CWM recovery then, do a factory reset, wipe cache and in mounts and storage section format system
If you are using TWRP recovery then, choose advanced in wipe section and wipe dalvik (If coming from KitKat), cache, system and data
Select the Install Zip from sdcard option.
Select the Resurrection Remix ROM zip and then followed by Google Apps.
The flashing may take a while. When everything is done just reboot your phone, configure the initial setup and enjoy the beauty of Resurrection REMIX ROM, CyanogenMod 12.1 and all other ROM’s features.
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