Update Galaxy Note 3 To Android 6.0.1 Dirty Unicorns Custom ROM, Plus Nexus 7 Update

Update Galaxy Note 3 To Android 6.0.1 Dirty Unicorns Custom ROM, Plus Nexus 7 Update
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Google Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update has been available for a range of devices already. However, for outdated units like Samsung Galaxy Note 3, it could be difficult to upgrade. But thanks to custom ROMs like Dirty Unicorns’ Marshmallow Custom ROM, the update is possible. 


Galaxy Note 3 Custom ROM

It is always a waiting game for units like Galaxy Note 3, since their release dates are far out of the tech market’s timeline. Often, manufacturers like Samsung prioritize their flagships first before working their way to the rest of the product line. Fortunately, with or without official update, users can choose not to wait with custom ROMs available around.

This time, the unofficial DirtyUnicorns custom firmware based on the Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow custom firmware is now available for Galaxy Note 3 LTE N9005.

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According to Team Android, people with the Galaxy Note 3 can still be treated to an Android Marshmallow upgrade by flashing the ROM on their devices. Users will also get the complete set of Android 6.0.1 mobile OS exclusive features.

Furthermore, the report also guarantees a fast, stable and smooth OS. For those who want to use the ROM, it is important to know how the flashing process works. All information must also be backed up. Users should be careful in checking the compatibility of the ROM with their devices. 

Nexus 7 Custom ROM

The same is the case of Nexus 7. Users can choose to upgrade their devices via SmoothROM v4.1. According to PDF Devices, the custom ROM offers superb and smooth OS. It also comes with excellent features since the ROM is based on the latest 4.1.2 JZO54K. Furthermore, it uses Aroma Installer and lets user select the kernel they prefer before installation.

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

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