Marshmallow For Grand Neo: How To Install Update

Any official Marshmallow For Grand Neo update won’t be available so users will have to use unofficial update for their device. If your device is already running on a Android Jelly Bean OS, this firmware update provides performance improvement and some minor bug fixes. This tutorial will help you to install Android Marshmallow on Galaxy Grand Neo using ODIN flashable firmware. If software issue causes brick to your Galaxy I9060L, you will be able to unbrick using this firmware in addition to improving Galaxy current performance and root Galaxy I9060L.

Marshmallow For Grand Neo: Prior Installation

Your previous device data will be automatically restored when installing official firmware. However, there might be unfortunate incident during the process that causes you to lose data. So, prior flashing this Marshmallow For Grand Neo, it is best you backup your personal data and setting so you can recover it easily when something bad happens. You can use Samsung Kies to backup your device data but it is recommended to backup your data manually. This is due to Kies can only work with Samsung brand so manual backup allow you to transfer data to any other Samsung device. TWRP Recovery or CWM Recovery are also good tools to perform custom recovery as they create an image of entire system.


Marshmallow For Grand Neo: Beginning Update

First download Marshmallow For Grand Neo Firmware and Odin tool from the page. Extract the zip files. Next, turn off your device completely. Push and press down the Home buttons and Volume Down and the Power button at the same time to start the Download Mode. You will see a Warning screen. Push Volume Up button to start Download Mode. Start Odin as Administrator to complete the process successfully. Connect the USB cable to your Galaxy Grand Neo and your computer. Wait for the Odin to detect your device. In Odin, Click the PDA icon and pick the tar.md5 file. Click the Phone icon and pick the modem file. Click the CSC icon and pick csc file. Click the PIT icon and pick the pit file.

In Odin, enable the F. Reset Time and Auto Reboot. If you pick a pit file, you should enable Re-Partition option. Click the START key to confirm the update process. Wait for the flashing to complete and the device will automatically reboot. The Odin should inform PASS notification and you may disconnect the USB cable from computer and device. Your device boots for the first time with new firmware so it will take longer to boot. Once the homescreen appears on the device, it means your Marshmallow For Grand Neo update has been successful.


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