How to Update T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note 3 SM-N900T to Android 5.0.1 Lollipop DomPop Custom ROM [Tutorial]

Are you using Samsung Galaxy Note 3 SM-N900T? Androidbiits comes with an exciting news for Note 3 SM-N900T. According to kevp75, Android 5.0.1 Lollipop DomPop v.0.1.6 Custom ROM is released for T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note 3 SM-N900T. Previously, I published the steps for installing AOSP AOD on LG G2 VS980. Now the stunning news is that Note 3 SM-N900T owners can enjoy Lollipop 5.0.1 via DomPop v.0.1.6. Androidbiits.com is going to help you in updating T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note 3 SM-N900T to Android 5.0.1 Lollipop DomPop v.0.1.6. It is really a stunning news for Note 3 SM-N900T owners who are waiting for it. DomPop may provide a great experience on your Note 3 SM-N900T.

I am hoping that T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note 3 SM-N900T owners will be able to install DomPop v.0.1.6 easily without having any problem after reading the tutorial posted in Androidbiits.com. DomPop v.0.1.6 is available for Samsung Galaxy Note 3 SM-N900T. Oh yes, I forgot to say that Note 3 SM-N900T owners will have to root T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note 3 SM-N900T in order to install DomPop v.0.1.6. Note 3 SM-N900T needs CWM recovery installation before being updated to DomPop v.0.1.6. Androidbiits.com recommends that Note 3 SM-N900T owners must backup their important contacts in a safe place before updating their SM-N900T, as there is a possibility of losing all important contacts from Note 3 SM-N900T. Dear, you must install Note 3 SM-N900T USB driver on your PC for before connecting SM-N900T with it. Otherwise, you will not be able to install DomPop v.0.1.6 on your Note 3.

Below are the steps using which you can install DomPop v.0.1.6. Androidbiits.com will not take any responsibility if SM-N900T got damaged while being updated to Android 5.0.1 via DomPop v.0.1.6. SM-N900T battery level must be above 83% before following these steps.

How to Install Android 5.0.1 Lollipop DomPop Custom ROM on T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note 3 SM-N900T [Tutorial]

1. First, you have to download DomPop v.0.1.6 for T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note 3 SM-N900T.

2. Go to the settings of your Note 3 SM-N900T and enable USB debugging.

3. Now you have to connect your T-Mobile Note 3 SM-N900T with your PC via USB cable.

4. After connecting your Note 3 SM-N900T, you need to transfer DomPop v.0.1.6 ZIP file to the SD card of T-Mobile Note 3 SM-N900T. Then, switch it off.

5. Remove the USB cable from your T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note 3 SM-N900T and then you have to put it into Recovery Mode.

6. Now you have to choose “wipe data/factory reset” option from Note 3 SM-N900T main menu.

7. Now you have to choose “wipe cache partition” option on Note 3 SM-N900T.

8. Now you have to choose “install zip from SD card” on your Note 3 SM-N900T and then search for DomPop v.0.1.6 ZIP file from the SD card of SM-N900T.

9. Simply install DomPop v.0.1.6 on Note 3 SM-N900T.

10. Now you have to return to the main menu of your Note 3 SM-N900T and choose “reboot system now” option.

Now you have to wait until your T-Mobile Note 3 SM-N900T restarts. You can enjoy Apple Juice until your SM-N900T restarts. After it is rebooted, you can enjoy DomPop v.0.1.6. If you are facing any issue while installing DomPop v.0.1.6, then you can share your issue with Androidbiits.com.

2 thoughts on “How to Update T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note 3 SM-N900T to Android 5.0.1 Lollipop DomPop Custom ROM [Tutorial]

  1. kevp75

    Hey bud, thanks for posting this here :)
    Yes, I am THE kevp75 from XDA :D

    1 Thing here bud, it’s a touchwiz rom, no need for Gapps (unless they want the /system install of them). It already comes with playstore and google services ;)

    Thanks for helping get the word out…. not if only we can get an official release from Tmo! LOL

    Reply
    1. admin Post author

      Hello kevp75,
      It’s my pleasure that you have visited Androidbiits.com.
      Thanks for informing me about this ROM. I have made the necessary changes in this tutorial. :)
      I’ll be very happy if you visit Androidbiits.com again :)
      Thanks :)

      Reply

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