How to Update Sprint Motorola Photon 4G MB855 to Android 4.2 Jelly Bean CM10.1 [Unofficial Build] Custom ROM [Tutorial]

Are you a user of Sprint Motorola Photon 4G MB855? Androidbiits.com brings a tremendous news for Photon 4G MB855 users. According to Th3Bill, Android 4.2 Jelly Bean CM10.1 [Unofficial Build] is available for Motorola Photon 4G MB855. Previously, I have discussed about the tutorial for updating Samsung Nexus S 4G SPH-D720 to KitKat 4.4.4 with the help of OmniRom [Unofficial]. Now the tremendous news is that Photon 4G MB855 users can test CM10.1 [Unofficial Build] on MB855. Currently, it is not possible to install Android 5.0 Lollipop on Motorola Photon 4G MB855. Today, I will discuss about the step-by-step instructions for updating Motorola Photon 4G MB855 to Android 4.2 Jelly Bean using CM10.1 [Unofficial Build]. This is really a tremendous news for Photon 4G MB855 users who are bored with the old firmware.

I am hoping that Motorola Photon 4G MB855 owners will be able to install CM10.1 [Unofficial Build] easily without having any difficulty after following the steps posted in Androidbiits.com. Dear Photon 4G MB855 user, CM10.1 [Unofficial Build] needs rooted MB855, so it is necessary to root Motorola Photon 4G MB855. Oh yes, the crucial thing is CWM recovery installation on Photon 4G MB855 before installing CM10.1 [Unofficial Build] on MB855. You can perform all these tasks after unlocking Photon 4G MB855 bootloader. You may face some bugs on Photon 4G MB855 after installing CM10.1 [Unofficial Build] on MB855. Androidbiits.com recommends that Photon 4G MB855 users must save their data before installing CM10.1 [Unofficial Build] on MB855, as there is a chance of losing all files from Photon 4G MB855. The important thing is MB855 USB driver installation on your desktop.

Below are the step-by-step instructions using which you can install CM10.1 [Unofficial Build] on MB855. Androidbiits.com will not be responsible if Photon 4G MB855 got corrupted during this process. MB855 battery percentage must be above 88% before following these steps.

How to Install Android 4.2 Jelly Bean CM10.1 [Unofficial Build] Custom ROM on Sprint Motorola Photon 4G MB855 [Tutorial]

1. It is the time to download CM10.1 [Unofficial Build] for your MB855.

2. Now, it is the time to download Gapps for your MB855.

3. It is the perfect time to go to the settings of MB855 and then you have to choose USB debugging.

4. Now, you have to attach MB855 with your desktop with the help of USB cable.

5. Once you have successfully attached your MB855, it is necessary to transfer CM10.1 [Unofficial Build] and Gapps ZIP file to MB855 memory card.

6. Now, it is the perfect time to power off your MB855.

7. After switching off Photon 4G MB855, it is necessary to remove the USB cable.

8. Now, it is the perfect time to put your MB855 into Recovery Mode.

9. Now, it is the time to choose “wipe data/factory reset” on screen.

10. Now, it is the time to tap “wipe cache partition” on MB855 screen.

11. Now you have to choose “install zip from SD card” on MB855 and then it is necessary to choose CM10.1 [Unofficial Build] and Gapps ZIP file from MB855 SD card.

12. Now, it is the time to install CM10.1 [Unofficial Build] on your phone.

13. Now, it is the time to go to the main menu of your phone.

14. Now you have to choose “reboot system now” on MB855 screen.

15. It is the time to wait until your MB855 reboots.

After your Photon 4G MB855 is restarted, you can test CM10.1 [Unofficial Build]. Dear MB855 user, if you are experiencing any issue while installing CM10.1 [Unofficial Build] on MB855, then you must share your problem with Androidbiits.com.

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