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How to install a Custom ROM in a rooted Android device?

As I already explained in my previous post,

Naser Mohd Baig
 

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matt - April 23, 2012

Great tutorial and rooting explanation but if I have a high end android phone I’d rather not root it because high end phones are expensive and rooting it has huge risk.

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    Naser Mohd Baig - April 23, 2012

    Don’t try this until you have a spare phone. I tried it because I have another phone to use if something goes wrong. But my phone rooted smoothly and I also installed custom ROM in it. ๐Ÿ™‚

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Bryan - April 24, 2012

nice tutorial .
I will try this one out .I have a HTC g1 which i dont use . may be i will give it a try and let you guy know the results

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    Naser Mohd Baig - April 24, 2012

    Thanks for stopping by Bryan ๐Ÿ™‚

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    amancarlos - April 25, 2012

    hey,
    htc g1 is a great phone dude. its got the most number of roms i’ve seen for a single device.

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Sahl @Dgboost.com - April 24, 2012

Man im so confused about the custom ROM thing, How to use a custom rom on google Nexus S 4g?

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    Naser Mohd Baig - April 24, 2012

    You must root your nexus and install cmw recovery in it to proceed with custom ROM installation. If you are new to rooting, then I don’t think you should mess with your nexus. ๐Ÿ™‚

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    amancarlos - April 25, 2012

    hey man,
    i dont think u need it man, u’ve got ics already right.
    i installed custom rom on motorola atrix, coz motoblur sucked
    and on htc desire to get more memory for app installation (by ext4 partition of sdcard)

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Puneet - April 24, 2012

Thats a nice step wise procedure. but it seems dangerous. It should be done very carefully.

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    Naser Mohd Baig - April 24, 2012

    Not that dangerous when compared to rooting. If you are able to do rooting, then installing custom ROM will be damn easy.

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    amancarlos - April 25, 2012

    its easy, but u’ve got be clear why u need a custom rom. i feel u need to think about 3 things:

    1. benefits over stock rom. for some its User Interface or memory restrictions.

    2. if u r missing features(which ur phone hardware supports, but software does not), maybe u could root and install app alternates from play store. eg:wifi tether

    3.research should be done before attempting this, when ur equipped with knowledge, then u’ll come to know how simple it is.

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rohit kothari@techotalk - April 27, 2012

hey thats really a nice tutorial but my main question can i install it on my Galaxy Y ?? will it help me to fasten up my phone

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    Naser Mohd Baig - April 27, 2012

    Yes, you can install ROMs on any Android device following this procedure if you have rooted your phone and you have latest version of ClockWorkMod installed.

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Scott - April 27, 2012

This doesn’t work for ICS…but is it even relevant?

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    Naser Mohd Baig - April 27, 2012

    It works for ICS Scott….But I don’t think users will experiment with ICS as the Stock ROM of ICS phones itself is great. ๐Ÿ™‚

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Nihal - May 10, 2012

Hey Naser. Which ROM are you currently using?

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Nihal - May 10, 2012

I see. Check if MiUi is available for your phone. Its awesome. I installed 6 roms on my phone. Just loving them.
And yeah I bricked my phone 3 times. :O

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    Naser Mohd Baig - May 10, 2012

    What is the download link dude?

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      dante - July 4, 2012

      there are several custom roms for android. You can search for your model in xda developers.

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        Naser Mohd Baig - July 5, 2012

        I know about XDA developers buddy. But MiUi is not available for downloading at XDA developers.

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chingkhei - December 24, 2012

How to download Hi-tech mobile Blaze rom & how to flash rom

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