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Android App update Samsung Galaxy Y S5360 to Android 4.4.4 KitKat ROM:

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Procedure:


Step 1: After successfully downloading both the package files given above, connect your phone to PC using USB cable, enable USB debugging mode and transfer both of them (without extracting) on your phones external SD card. Do not place them in deep directories.

Step 2: Disconnect your phone from PC and switch it off completely.

Step 3: Enter into recovery mode now. For Galaxy Y recovery mode can be entered by pressing and holding ‘Volume Up + Home Button (middle button) + Power Button’simultaneously until the recovery mode appears.You’ll need to use Volume Up and Down keys for navigation and Home button for selection as touch won’t work in recovery.



Step 4: Now you need to take a nandroid backup. Actually nandroid backup is the backup of your entire operating system & is much essential in case if this installation fails or some problem occurs, then you can easily restore your saved previous ROM from the CWM recovery. For taking a proper nandroid backup, navigate to the ‘backup & restore’ option on the recovery mode itself and on the next screen select ‘backup’ option. This will make a complete nandroid backup of your current ROM. Refer the screenshot given below for taking a proper nandroid backup.



Lets proceed to the actual Android 4.4.4 KitKat CM 11 ROM flashing process.

Step 5: Return to the main menu of recovery mode and navigate to the ‘install zip from SD card‘ option & select it. Then on the next screen select ‘choose zip from SD card’ option. You will see all the files & folders present on your external SD card. Just navigate to the CM 11 ROM zip file which you’ve copied earlier and select it using Home button. Press ‘Yes’ option on the next screen to initiate the flashing process. Wait until the process is completed fully.



Step 6: Select ‘wipe data/factory reset’ option followed by ‘wipe cache partition’ option on the recovery mode to clear all your data & caches from the phones memory respectively.



Step 7: After successfully flashing the CM 11 ROM, now you need to flash the GApps package. For that again navigate to the ‘install zip from SD card ‘ option & select it. Then on the next screen select ‘choose zip from SD card’ option. Now select the Google Apps package file to start the installation process. Press the ‘Yes’ option on next screen to confirm the process. Be patient until the process completes.

Note: Do not wipe data/cache after flashing Google Apps.

Step 8: All the flashing process completes here. You just need to restart your device by selecting ‘reboot system now’ option from the recovery mode. The first boot takes more time to start than usual.



Note: If you don’t like this ROM and want to restore back your previous Rom you can do that by simply going back to the recovery mode by holding Volume up + Home Button (middle button) + Power Button simultaneously and select ‘Backup and Restore’ option and then on next screen select ‘Restore’ option.

For flashing the latest Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread DDMD1 firmware on your Samsung Galaxy Y S5360 you may refer our article:
 

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Procedure:


Step 1: After successfully downloading both the package files given above, connect your phone to PC using USB cable, enable USB debugging mode and transfer both of them (without extracting) on your phones external SD card. Do not place them in deep directories.

Step 2: Disconnect your phone from PC and switch it off completely.

Step 3: Enter into recovery mode now. For Galaxy Y recovery mode can be entered by pressing and holding ‘Volume Up + Home Button (middle button) + Power Button’simultaneously until the recovery mode appears.You’ll need to use Volume Up and Down keys for navigation and Home button for selection as touch won’t work in recovery.



Step 4: Now you need to take a nandroid backup. Actually nandroid backup is the backup of your entire operating system & is much essential in case if this installation fails or some problem occurs, then you can easily restore your saved previous ROM from the CWM recovery. For taking a proper nandroid backup, navigate to the ‘backup & restore’ option on the recovery mode itself and on the next screen select ‘backup’ option. This will make a complete nandroid backup of your current ROM. Refer the screenshot given below for taking a proper nandroid backup.



Lets proceed to the actual Android 4.4.4 KitKat CM 11 ROM flashing process.

Step 5: Return to the main menu of recovery mode and navigate to the ‘install zip from SD card‘ option & select it. Then on the next screen select ‘choose zip from SD card’ option. You will see all the files & folders present on your external SD card. Just navigate to the CM 11 ROM zip file which you’ve copied earlier and select it using Home button. Press ‘Yes’ option on the next screen to initiate the flashing process. Wait until the process is completed fully.



Step 6: Select ‘wipe data/factory reset’ option followed by ‘wipe cache partition’ option on the recovery mode to clear all your data & caches from the phones memory respectively.



Step 7: After successfully flashing the CM 11 ROM, now you need to flash the GApps package. For that again navigate to the ‘install zip from SD card ‘ option & select it. Then on the next screen select ‘choose zip from SD card’ option. Now select the Google Apps package file to start the installation process. Press the ‘Yes’ option on next screen to confirm the process. Be patient until the process completes.

Note: Do not wipe data/cache after flashing Google Apps.

Step 8: All the flashing process completes here. You just need to restart your device by selecting ‘reboot system now’ option from the recovery mode. The first boot takes more time to start than usual.



Note: If you don’t like this ROM and want to restore back your previous Rom you can do that by simply going back to the recovery mode by holding Volume up + Home Button (middle button) + Power Button simultaneously and select ‘Backup and Restore’ option and then on next screen select ‘Restore’ option.

For flashing the latest Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread DDMD1 firmware on your Samsung Galaxy Y S5360 you may refer our article:


TS pahelp. Yung SGY ko reboot ng reboot. Khit sa hard reset menu bigla nalang magrerestart, umaabot lang sya hanggang dun sa screen na samsung tapos restart ng restart po.kaya nadidisconnect kapag naka connect din sa usb sa pc.
Di ko na po sya mainstallan.please help po.
Nagwipe all, restore, lahat ginawa ko na po ayaw padin.
Okay naman sim, sd card, battery. Nagloko lang nung dati akong may nilagay na os. Nakalimutan ko na kung anong os, basta bigla nalang nagrestart ng restart po. Help po mga ka ph:cry:
 
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darkai

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meron ba. paano boss
hanap ka sa cwm for galaxy y tapos,
pag nakahanap kana ilagay mo sa sd card mo yong CWM na na download mo tapos off the phone.

Enter into recovery mode now. For Galaxy Y recovery mode can be entered by pressing and holding ‘Volume Up + Home Button (middle button) + Power Button’simultaneously until the recovery mode appears.You’ll need to use Volume Up and Down keys for navigation and Home button for selection as touch won’t work in recovery

tapos install zip from sd card hanapin mo yong na download mo na CWM

tapos
 
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