Samsung Galaxy S6 G920T Android 6.0.1 Custom ROM Offers Smooth, Fast & Stable Performance

Samsung Galaxy S6 G920T Android 6.0.1 Custom ROM Offers Smooth, Fast & Stable Performance
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Not all devices are blessed to be updated to the Android 6.0 Marshmallow firmware on time. This is where custom ROMs become useful, and now, Samsung Galaxy S6 users can now flash their devices trough Twisted Sixx custom firmware based on the Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow.


New Android Custom ROM

Previously, Twisted Sixx custom firmware was available for T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S6 G920T based on the Android 5.1.1 Lollipop. Now it appears that a new version of the software is available. According to reports, the firmware is rooted through SuperUser. It offers a variety of features, but more importantly, it assures users a smooth, fast and stable performance.

According to WCCF Tech, some of the details about the ROM include:

  • Android 6.0.1
  • SuperSU via kernel
  • Knox Free
  • CIQ Free
  • Deodexed
  • Zipaligned
  • Security Popup disabled
  • Call Recording
  • 3Minit Battery
  • Signature Check removed
  • Loud Volume Warning disabled
  • Viper
  • Power Menu

How to Install

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As with other custom ROMs, people should back up their data before flashing the update. Battery level is also important. Devices should have at least 80-percent charge, as noted by The Inquisitr. It is also important for users to understand the flashing process properly. Users should make sure they have the right Samsung Galaxy S6 model, as wrong compatibility could lead to a bricked phone.

Initially, they will have to connect the device to the computer to copy the software’s zip file. Boot the device to recovery mode, then install zip from sdcard. Make sure the device has a recovery tool. This will come in handy should something goes wrong during the installation process. Reboot the phone. A detailed procedure should be available from the provider of the custom ROM.

Disclaimer: Providers of the update cannot be held responsible for what happens to the device following the update. Users can update at their own risk.

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