Android 6.0 Marshmallow Update for Samsung Galaxy S5

by | Samsung Galaxy S5 | November 17th, 2015

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Samsung Galaxy S5 users in the UK need not worry about the fact that the manufacturing company does not provide an upgrade to Android 6.0 Marshmallow for its former flagship phones. There are other ways of getting update for one’s favourite phone. For Samsung Galaxy S5 users, the CyanognenMod developers have brought up CyanogenMod13 or the CM13 ROM that would help Galaxy S5 users to get the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update conveniently.

Android 6 Marshmallow

The ROM is in its infancy and there could be a couple of issues to address that would come up when it is extensively used by Samsung Galaxy S5 users in UK and elsewhere. But upgrades will certainly arrive and in the process, the providers are likely to address such issues.

For now, the users that are interested to get Android 6.0 updates for their Samsung Galaxy S5 phone set can go ahead with installing the CM13 ROM that would give them the first hand experience of the Android new version. They can even get it without waiting for the official announcement that such updates would be available for Samsung Galaxy S5 users.

Presently the custom ROM installation does not come with any warranty and users have to install it at their own risks. Experience of users that have already tried it gives a positive feedback. There could be first time forced closing down after initial booting but after that everything runs fine. In such case many users in UK would be interested in getting the ROM that would help get the best out of their Samsung Galaxy S5.

Downloading the ROM won’t be a problem since it is compatible with all models of Samsung Galaxy S5. Individual built CDMA and GSM compatible ROM is also available that makes the download even easier.

But the user needs a Samsung Galaxy S5 handset first of all. Compare Samsung Galaxy S5 Deals at our Galaxy Phone Store UK.

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