Guide For Samsung Galaxy Grand Max Marshmallow Update
One of the best smartphones in Samsung lineup is the Samsung Galaxy Grand Max that comes with the Kitkat Version. Samsung provided the upgrade to Lollipop and there is no sign it can get the latest Marshmallow update. If you still want Marshmallow update on your Grand Max, you can try flashing using custom ROM. This process may require you to root your device. But, flashing custom ROM also means you can remove those unwanted apps from the brands and free up your storage space. You may need a computer to perform this Samsung Galaxy Grand Max Marshmallow Update.
Samsung Galaxy Grand Max Marshmallow Update Prerequisites
Prior installing your Samsung Galaxy Grand Max Marshmallow Update, make sure you download and install Odin tool on your computer and Root Manager app with SuperUser on your phone. This app handles root permissions on the phone for apps. You also can use and download the Samsung Galaxy Marshmallow ROM. Other necessities include fully charged device battery, backup device data, root permissions, Samsung USB driver, and Unikernel for Samsung Galaxy Grand Max.
Samsung Galaxy Grand Max Marshmallow Update Installation
First, extract the Odin Files in your computer, install the Samsung USB Driver in your computer and copy the Unikernel files in your computer. Now, power off your phone and then hold Volume Down and Power keys to access recovery mode. Connect your device to computer using USB data cable. Run Odin tool and it should detect your phone. If not, repeat the previous steps. Then press the PDA icon and browse for the Unikernel file from your folder. Load the file and check the Auto reboot option. Now click the Start button and it will add the SuperSu permissions into the recovery Mode. Once done, reboot the phone again. Go to your Applications list after the Reboot and the SuperSu appears.
Download and install Root Checker app to check your phone. Download and install Root Cleaner to uninstall unwanted apps. Please be careful when you want to uninstall an app. Make sure you do not uninstall system apps as it may affect the function of your phone. Depending on your system permission, you can also use this app to move apps from the internal to external storage. You can use Supersu to unroot your Samsung Galaxy Grand Max. Run Supersu and then tap Settings, tap Full unroot and then tap Continue. Wait for the process to complete within several seconds and uninstall Supersu. Now your Samsung Galaxy Grand Max Marshmallow Update is successfully installed.