Samsung has been releasing a series of Android updates to a range of its devices. Recently, the Korean tech giant has been rolling out the Android 6.0 and Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update to several devices, but for users who are looking for a different kind of experience, custom ROMs are the best.
People always have the option to manually update their devices. If the OTA is not yet around, there are custom ROMs available. People can manually install the Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update to their Galaxy C5 devices provided they follow instructions carefully.
Samsung Galaxy C5 Android Update
International Business Times provides the details of the firmware below:
- Model SM-C5000
- Model name Samsung Galaxy C5
- Country China (Open China)
- Firmware Android 6.0.1
- Changelist 8104172
- Build date Mon, 13 Jun 2016 14:20:37 +0000
- Security Patch Level 2016-06-01
- Product code CHC
- PDA C5000ZCU1APF2
- CSC C5000CHC1APF2
When installing ROMs manually, it is important for users to back up their data. Devices should also be charged at least 80% while USB debugging must be verified. To do this, go to Menu > Settings > Developer options. If there are no options, tap on the build number several types by opening Menu > Settings > About Phone until the option appears. All users must be aware of the flashing procedures before proceeding.
Galaxy J7 and Galaxy A3 Android Update
On top of this, Samsung is busy rolling out the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update to two other devices: the Galaxy J7 and the Galaxy A3 (2016). According to GSM Arena, the Samsung Galaxy J7 2015 model has been a popular one. It is not surprising to find Samsung updating the said device. The report also added that that Android 6.0 Marshmallow update has started seeding in Russia. It should just be a matter of time before the rest of the world sees the update.