Galaxy S5 SM-G900


Galaxy S5 can be updated to unofficial Android Nougat 7.1 custom ROM. Isn’t that great?!
You no longer have to wait unknown period of time for official update to roll out. Beside, Samsung doesn’t guarantee that Android 7-th generation update will be released for Galaxy S5.
Below you’ll find a stable CyanogenMod 14.1 custom ROM that includes tons of extra features, making Android device even more powerful.


Couple users requested to make this tutorial, because they felt unhappy with the first Marshmallow 6.0 update received, so they wanted to get their devices back to Lollipop 5.0. As much as we know, there’s a reason for this. After Marshmallow update, some Galaxy S5 models become more laggy and their batteries started to drain fast.
The tutorial given below will downgrade Galaxy S5 to the stable Lollipop 5.0 OS and hopefully should bring back the smile for many users.


Some of Galaxy S5 mobiles just tasted Marshmallow, but it appears to have been a mistake on Samsung’s part. Update to 6.0 was quickly suspended due to major bugs founded after its first release. Samsung planed to release fixed Marshmallow update during the 1st quarter of 2016, but it didn’t happen.


Warning: This tutorial is for all Galaxy S5 G900 models.
Recovery installation process won’t erase device internal storage, but it’s still strongly recommended to backup your data to device SD memory card or PC before starting this tutorial.


If you read this post you might already know that rooting a device allows users to get complete access to the device’s operating system and make changes to system files, uninstall non removable or install unofficial applications and so on.

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