It’s a good news for Android developers that CyanogenMod, a custom mobile OS maker, has launched the Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow. It’s based on CM13 Release 1 to the OnePlus One.
The latest CM 13 series version is much more robust and not a lightweight version. It has been released after lot of testing and lacks any bug.
The size is around 329MB and the best part is that it has a power saving feature “Now on Tap” search. It has also new features such as international language, performance tweaks and other value added features which really enhances the user –experience.
Ensure that the device is rooted before you move ahead with it. Installation of custome Rom also need to clean the memory in smartphone. Make sure that the USB drivers are installed on the PC, otherwise the device will not be recognized by PC. Apart from that the device should be 80 percent charged.
Users also need to follow some additional steps during custom ROM installation:
Tutorial: Step-by-step installation procedure of CyanogenMod CM13 Release 1 (Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow) custom ROM on OnePlus One (aka Bacon) model via TWRP recovery method:
- First of all you need to download CyanogenMod CM 13 Release custom ROM and Google Apps on to your PC.
- Now , connect OnePlus One to PC through USB cord.
- Place Android Marshmallow custom ROM zip file and the Google Apps .zip file into the phone’s storage memory
- Switch off the device and disconnect it from computer
- Press Volume down and power buttons together
- Enter the recovery mode by choosing the factory reset option
- Chose the wipe cache partition to clear cache memory
- Come back to ClockworkMod recovery> select ‘advanced’ > and tap ‘wipe dalvik cache’
- Now return to the main recovery screen > tap ‘install zip from SD card’
- Tap ‘choose zip from sdcard’> go to Android M ROM .zip file in the SD card> enter the installation process.
- Now repeat the similar procedure to install Google Apps
- When the installation process is over, navigate to ‘+++++Go Back+++++’
- Re-start the device by choosing the ‘reboot system now’ from the recovery menu.