Monday, 10 June 2013

How To Update Samsung Galaxy S2 I9100G with CM10.1 RC4 Android Jelly Bean 4.2.2 Custom ROM

This week we have presented you the latest CM10.1 which has been released, and in this moment more Android devices are available to get this new RC4 Jelly Bean 4.2.2 made-to-order ROM firmware. This new firmware is accessible for Samsung Galaxy S2 I9100G apparatus and in this present article we will direct you to educate about how to establish the latest CM10.1 RC4 constructed on the Android 4.2.2 platform. So if you’re interested to discover how effectively blink this latest custom ROM on your Galaxy S2 apparatus, then you need to don’t skip any step from the next parts from underneath:

This newest type of CyanogenMod 10.1 RC4 firmware is based on formally Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean Operating scheme, and this new custom firmware is developed to explain some bugs from its preceding one and additionally arrives with essential features, new submissions and some customizations capability to make your apparatus to be more stable, powerful and easy to use when we are talking about Android performances.

So the Samsung Galaxy S2 I9100G apparatus will be optimized and customized to obtain more power, races, battery life, and of course give more Android experience for their users. All these things are now accessible by establishing the newest CM10.1 RC4 JB 4.2.2 made-to-order ROM on your Samsung Galaxy S2 device. For starting our step by step blinking direct, you need to follow some prerequisites that are required to be applied foremost. So, make certain you don’t skip any step from below:

  • CM10.1 RC4 firmware is a custom ROM, isn’t an official version of Android Jelly Bean OS.
  • This custom ROM firmware has been developed and shared with us by the CM team developers. For the eventually problems you can ask directly on their forum, we want to thanks for this great work.
  • Applying a unofficial custom ROM on your device that’s means the warranty for your device will be void.
  • Apply this tutorial only if you’re an Advanced Android user and you know what you need to do, we shouldn’t be responsible or held liable if something unfortunate happens and you lose any data from your device, brick or damage your device, you will be by yourselves.
  • If you want to restore the warranty, that it is possible only if you downgrade and install an officially Android OS.
  • Your device need to be rooted, the CM10.1 can be flashed only on a rooted device. At this point,  your warranty for the device will get void.
  • After you have been rooted the S2 device, you need to install a custom recovery image (CWM or TWRP recovery) on your smartphone. Without a custom recovery image which is running on the device, isn’t possible to install the CM 10.1 firmware in your smartphone.
  • A custom Recovery Image cannot be installed on an unrooted device.
  • Backup all your data stored in your S2 device’s internal memory, that backup is necessary because a wipe memory will be required.  Make sure that you’ll backup all your personal data such as SMS, contacts list, market apps, calendar saves, EFS folder, all the pictures, videos and other documents and files.
  • Backup your actual ROM by performing a Nandroid backup. This backup will serve such as a restoration point, in case something won’t work, and you should to restore the previous ROM.
  • On the flashing process,  you’ll need a PC, USB cable and a S2 device, of course.
  • Uninstall or deactivate all the security programs that are running in both devices (PC and Android device), these kinds of programs can interfere with the installation process and can interrupt the same.
  • Make sure you have enough power left into the S2 device battery life. Charge it more than 80% power left. In the other case if you haven’t enough power in its battery, the device can get a forced power off and will brick the process.
  • Enable the USB debugging option on your Samsung Galaxy S2 device to allow the connection between the PC and android device.
  • Apply this guide only for Samsung Galaxy S2 model number I9100G, do not try to apply the same for any other Android device, you risk bricking or damage your device.
How to Update Samsung Galaxy S2 I9100G with CM10.1 RC4 JB 4.2.2 Custom ROM Firmware:
  1. Download CM10.1 RC4 JB 4.2.2 Custom ROM Firmware from here. Save it in your PC
  2. Download the Google Apps pack from the following link form here. Save the file on your computer
  3. Make sure you don’t extract the downloaded files.
  4. Now, connect the device with the PC via USB cord.
  5. Next copy the downloaded files from the PC to your device’s smartphone’s SD card.
  6. After the files transfer is totally done, disconnect the USB cord.
  7. Power off your Galaxy S2 device.
  8. Boot the S2 device into recovery mode, for doing that you need to press the Power + Volume Up + Home buttons simultaneous for a few seconds.
  9. From the recovery mode, begin the update operation by wiping the Android device’s memory. To do this kind of things  wipe the system, for that select “wipe data factory reset” and “wipe cache partition” options.
  10. Now, you need to return on the main menu with the “+++go back+++”option.
  11. From the recovery mode menu select “install zip from sd card” and after that “choose zip from SD card”.
  12. Browse and load the update file CM10.1 RC4 JB 4.2.2 Custom ROM Firmware and install the ROM.
  13. Do the same thing for the Google Apps package and install the same on your device.
  14. After the installation is totally done.
  15. Return to the main menu of recovery mode and select “reboot system now” and you are apt to go.

NOTE: NAIRATECH are not responsible for any damages this tutorial might cause. Please follow this tutorial step by step

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