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EnglishFlash custom ROM on Android phone

Please give me instructions how to flash and where to download appropriate custom ROM image for Android MLS phone . Current version on phone is Android 9 but company closed for good and phone does not update any more.

KonstantinosKostoulas 1 year ago
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Famous Oliseyenum 1 year ago
Please follow this link https://androidmtk.com/download-mls-stock-rom-for-all-models
Jamshaid 7 months ago
Flashing a custom ROM on an Android device can provide you with the latest features and updates, even if the manufacturer has stopped supporting the device. However, it's important to note that the process of flashing a custom ROM carries some risks, and it may void your warranty or potentially brick your device if not done correctly. Proceed at your own risk, and make sure to backup your data before proceeding.

Here are the general steps to flash a custom ROM on an Android device:

Check device compatibility: Ensure that there is an available custom ROM compatible with your MLS phone model. You can search for custom ROMs specifically developed for your device model on popular Android development forums and websites such as XDA Developers (https://forum.xda-developers.com/).

Unlock bootloader: Most Android devices require an unlocked bootloader to flash custom ROMs. Unlocking the bootloader will wipe your device, so ensure you have backed up your data. Instructions for unlocking the bootloader can vary depending on the device, but you can typically find the instructions on the manufacturer's website or Android development forums.

Install custom recovery: Custom recovery software such as TWRP (Team Win Recovery Project) is necessary to install the custom ROM. Download the appropriate TWRP recovery image for your MLS phone model from the TWRP website (https://twrp.me/Devices/) or other trusted sources.

Enable USB debugging: On your MLS phone, go to "Settings," then "About phone," and tap on the "Build number" several times until it shows "You are now a developer." Go back to the main Settings screen, select "Developer options," and enable "USB debugging."

Connect your phone to your computer: Use a USB cable to connect your phone to a computer with the necessary software installed.

Transfer the custom ROM: Download the custom ROM file for your MLS phone model from a trusted source. Connect your phone to the computer and copy the custom ROM file to the phone's internal storage or external SD card.

Boot into recovery mode: Power off your MLS phone. Then, boot into recovery mode by pressing and holding the appropriate key combination for your device. This combination is specific to each device but commonly involves holding the power button and volume down button simultaneously. You can search online for the specific key combination for your MLS phone model.

Install the custom ROM: In recovery mode, select "Install" or "Install from SD card" (the exact wording may vary), and navigate to the directory where you copied the custom ROM file. Select the custom ROM file and confirm the installation.

Wipe cache and data: After the ROM installation is complete, it's recommended to perform a "wipe cache" and a "wipe data/factory reset" to ensure a clean installation. These options are typically available in the recovery mode menu.

Reboot your device: Once the wiping process is complete, select "Reboot system now" to reboot your MLS phone.

Please note that the exact steps and terminology may differ based on your MLS phone model and the custom ROM you choose. Always refer to the specific instructions provided by the ROM developer and the Android development community for your device.

Remember to proceed with caution, as flashing a custom ROM carries risks, and ensure you have a backup of your important data before starting the process.
Jamshaid 7 months ago
Flashing a custom ROM on an Android device can provide you with the latest features and updates, even if the manufacturer has stopped supporting the device. However, it's important to note that the process of flashing a custom ROM carries some risks, and it may void your warranty or potentially brick your device if not done correctly. Proceed at your own risk, and make sure to backup your data before proceeding.

Here are the general steps to flash a custom ROM on an Android device:

Check device compatibility: Ensure that there is an available custom ROM compatible with your MLS phone model. You can search for custom ROMs specifically developed for your device model on popular Android development forums and websites such as XDA Developers (https://forum.xda-developers.com/).

Unlock bootloader: Most Android devices require an unlocked bootloader to flash custom ROMs. Unlocking the bootloader will wipe your device, so ensure you have backed up your data. Instructions for unlocking the bootloader can vary depending on the device, but you can typically find the instructions on the manufacturer's website or Android development forums.

Install custom recovery: Custom recovery software such as TWRP (Team Win Recovery Project) is necessary to install the custom ROM. Download the appropriate TWRP recovery image for your MLS phone model from the TWRP website (https://twrp.me/Devices/) or other trusted sources.

Enable USB debugging: On your MLS phone, go to "Settings," then "About phone," and tap on the "Build number" several times until it shows "You are now a developer." Go back to the main Settings screen, select "Developer options," and enable "USB debugging."

Connect your phone to your computer: Use a USB cable to connect your phone to a computer with the necessary software installed.

Transfer the custom ROM: Download the custom ROM file for your MLS phone model from a trusted source. Connect your phone to the computer and copy the custom ROM file to the phone's internal storage or external SD card.

Boot into recovery mode: Power off your MLS phone. Then, boot into recovery mode by pressing and holding the appropriate key combination for your device. This combination is specific to each device but commonly involves holding the power button and volume down button simultaneously. You can search online for the specific key combination for your MLS phone model.

Install the custom ROM: In recovery mode, select "Install" or "Install from SD card" (the exact wording may vary), and navigate to the directory where you copied the custom ROM file. Select the custom ROM file and confirm the installation.

Wipe cache and data: After the ROM installation is complete, it's recommended to perform a "wipe cache" and a "wipe data/factory reset" to ensure a clean installation. These options are typically available in the recovery mode menu.

Reboot your device: Once the wiping process is complete, select "Reboot system now" to reboot your MLS phone.

Please note that the exact steps and terminology may differ based on your MLS phone model and the custom ROM you choose. Always refer to the specific instructions provided by the ROM developer and the Android development community for your device.

Remember to proceed with caution, as flashing a custom ROM carries risks, and ensure you have a backup of your important data before starting the process.
Lane 1 year ago
this link would help you
https://fossbytes.com/android-custom-roms/

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Eniamans 1 year ago Correct
Updating ROM Using the "Clean Flash" Method;

Please follow the instructions below carefully.

A "clean flash" refers to updating a ROM after wiping system partitions like the vendor, data, internal storage, and others. It's identical to a factory reset as it wipes all the data and saved settings from your phone, and after booting, you need to set up the device from scratch. It isn't as convenient but should go through without any problems.

#Note: Here's how to do the clean flash;

Start by booting your device to recovery and go to the Wipe section.
Then, wipe the following items.
Dalvik/ART Cache
Cache
Vendor
System
Data
You’ll need to also wipe the internal storage if you want. You should leave it if you don't have a backup of your phone's data or if you're planning to store the ROM files on your phone. If you're wiping the internal storage, transfer the ROM files to your PC or on a USB stick.
If you haven't erased the internal storage, flash the ROM files from it, but if you've wiped it, connect your phone to the PC with a USB cable, and the PC will be able to access the phone's storage. Transfer the ROM files to your phone to flash it.
If the files are on a USB drive, connect the USB to your phone via OTG connector, select USB Storage from the Files section, choose the files and start flashing.
Select the ROM from the Files section and swipe the slider to begin flashing. Don't interrupt your phone until it is done.
When it has finished, boot the ROM by tapping on Reboot to System. As it's the first boot after a clean flash, your phone may take more time than usual to boot up.
After booting, you'll need to set up everything as you do with a new phone, like signing in to your Google account, downloading apps, restoring your backups, and tweaking the phone's settings.


Thanks so much,

Yours;
Eniaman Saviour M
anagha 1 year ago
please read the following article
https://lifehacker.com/how-to-flash-a-rom-to-your-android-phone-30885281
Igbokwe Chukwuemeka David 1 year ago
Just hold the ON button + the two volumes button for some seconds(15-30secs).
The phone would shut down and reboot automatically.
Joromi 1 year ago
You can also simply run a beefed up version of your existing os,but do make sure that you choose the right Roms.
bosslady06 1 year ago
I'm not sure not familiar with that phone I would go to the company web site an go to customer Support
austincrypto 1 year ago
No it's not possible
Afeez 1 year ago
All you got to do is to reset the phone to the start since it’s got no more updated features
samarin125 1 year ago
You can also simply run a beefed up version of your existing os,but do make sure that you choose the right Roms.
ashir 1 year ago
yeah android customer room is very hard work.
Julian Larkin 1 year ago
A "clean flash" refers to updating a ROM after wiping system partitions like the vendor, data, internal storage, and others.