The trend of installing custom ROM’s and apps has brought a big revolution with many users trying to root their mobile devices to accomplish it. Rooting is a very sensitive task which should be done properly or else the device may lose its initial configuration and may result in malfunction of your gadgets. If you are fond of custom apps and ROM’s and what to integrate the same in your Android devices, you will have to first root your devices and then install the custom ROM’s.
Here is the step by step process to root and install the custom ROM’s in your Android phones.
Rooting your Android phones
Though every device has its own rooting process, but here we will discuss the general procedure to root the handsets which will work for all types of models.
Step 1 – In order to get started with rooting, dial *#*#2846579#*#* and you will be directed to the internal application which is used by the manufacturer. Here you can find out the different hardware’s installed on your device and can access the internal statistics as well.
Step 2 – Now look for Background Settings and then go to Log Settings
Step 3 – From the Log Settings menu, search Log Switch and enable it
Step 4 – Go to Settings and enable the USB debugging option as well
Step 5 –Install SuperClickOne app on your device and connect it to your desktop
Step 6 – Now extract the files from the zipped folder and run the exe file
Step 7 – On the top right corner, you will get find the option Root. Follow the steps and complete the rooting process
Step 8 – Restart your phone to confirm the changes
Installing custom ROM’s
Once the Android phone is rooted, you can easily install the custom ROM and apps of your choice. But before installing the ROM, it is important to perform one more process and that is the recovery image so that you are able to create a backup and recover the initial features if the installation is not done in the right manner. Here is a complete process that you can follow.
Step 1 – Find the Settings option in your device and search Applications
Step 2 – On the menu, find Fast Boot option and enable it
Step 3 – Download a recovery image file meant for your device. You can take the help of the internet to find the right one for the device
Step 4 – Copy the file on your SD card or any wherein in the device
Step 5 – Install the ES File Explorer on your device so that you are able to write the operations in an easy way
Step 6 – Now copy the recovery files to cust_backup/image” folder
Step 7 – Switch off the device and turn it on.
Step 8 – When the device starts, a screen will come before you
Step 9 – Now choose the custom ROM’s that you wish to install, download and run them
So just follow the above process and you will be able to install the custom ROM of your choice.