How to Update US Cellular Samsung Galaxy S4 SCH-R970 to Android 6.0 Marshmallow AOSP Custom ROM [Simple Steps]

Androidbiits.com brings an amazing news for US Cellular Samsung Galaxy S4 SCH-R970 [jflteusc]. XDA developer AntaresOne has claimed that Android 6.0 Marshmallow AOSP [JDCTeam] ROM is released for US Cellular Samsung Galaxy S4 SCH-R970. It will let SCH-R970 [jflteusc] users taste the gloriousness of Marshmallow 6.0 on US Cellular S4 SCH-R970 [jflteusc]. All features may not work properly on US Cellular S4 SCH-R970 [jflteusc] as it is in the testing stage. Androidbiits.com has recently posted the step-by-step tutorial for updating T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S4 SGH-M919 to Marshmallow 6.0 using AOSP 6.0 [jfltetmo]. The spectacular news is that SCH-R970 owners can now install Android 6.0 Marshmallow AOSP 6.0 on US Cellular Samsung Galaxy S4 SCH-R970 [jflteusc]. Isn’t it wonderful? Androidbiits.com will post the steps to update US Cellular Samsung Galaxy S4 SCH-R970 to Android 6.0 Marshmallow via AOSP 6.0 [jflteusc]. This is really a spectacular news for the owners of US Cellular S4 SCH-R970 [jflteusc]. Oh yes, it is an experimental build, so you may face issues on US Cellular SCH-R970 after installing it.

It is expected that you will be able to install Marshmallow AOSP 6.0 on SCH-R970 [jflteusc] safely without having difficulty after reading the tutorial written in Androidbiits.com. AOSP 6.0 needs rooted SCH-R970 [jflteusc], so it is crucial to root US Cellular S4 SCH-R970 before installing Marshmallow 6.0 via AOSP 6.0 on SCH-R970 [jflteusc]. Well, SCH-R970 owners must install TWRP 2.8.7.2 on US Cellular S4 SCH-R970 before installing AOSP 6.0 on SCH-R970. Oh yes, the users of SCH-R970 [jflteusc] can install AOSP 6.0 only after the bootloader unlock of US Cellular S4 SCH-R970.

If you aren’t happy with old firmware, then you must install AOSP 6.0 on SCH-R970 [jflteusc]. The spectacular thing is that AOSP 6.0 will let you use Marshmallow 6.0 on US Cellular S4 SCH-R970 [jflteusc]. Androidbiits.com recommends that SCH-R970 users must take a backup of their personal documents including contacts and games before updating their US Cellular S4 SCH-R970 [jflteusc] to Android 6.0 Marshmallow AOSP 6.0 as there is a chance of losing all data including contacts and games from SCH-R970.

Below are the steps using which you can install Marshmallow AOSP 6.0 on SCH-R970. Androidbiits.com won’t take responsibility if SCH-R970 [jflteusc] got corrupted during the installation of AOSP 6.0. US Cellular S4 SCH-R970 [jflteusc] battery must be more than 86 percentage before following these steps.

How to Install Android 6.0 Marshmallow AOSP 6.0 Custom ROM on US Cellular Samsung Galaxy S4 SCH-R970 [Simple Steps]

1. It is essential to download Android 6.0 Marshmallow AOSP 6.0 [jflte] ROM and GApps for US Cellular Samsung Galaxy S4 SCH-R970 on your desktop.

2. It is the time to activate USB debugging on SCH-R970.

3. It is the time to attach SCH-R970 with desktop.

4. It is essential to transfer AOSP 6.0 and GApps to SCH-R970.

5. It is the time to power off your SCH-R970.

6. It is essential to remove the USB cable from SCH-R970.

7. It is the time to put US Cellular Samsung Galaxy S4 SCH-R970 into Recovery Mode.

8. It is essential to tap “wipe data/factory reset” on SCH-R970.

9. It is the time to tap “wipe cache partition” on SCH-R970.

10. It is essential to click “install zip from SD card” on SCH-R970.

11. It is essential to choose AOSP 6.0 on your SCH-R970.

12. It is essential to install AOSP 6.0 on US Cellular S4 SCH-R970.

13. It is the time to go to the main menu on SCH-R970.

14. It is essential to click “reboot system now” on SCH-R970.

15. It is the time to wait until SCH-R970 restarts.

16. You can also install GApps 6.0 on US Cellular S4 SCH-R970 using the above steps.

After your US Cellular S4 SCH-R970 [jflteusc] is restarted, you can test Android 6.0 Marshmallow AOSP 6.0 [JDCTeam] on SCH-R970. Isn’t it spectacular? If you are having issue during the installation of AOSP 6.0 on US Cellular S4 SCH-R970 [jflteusc], then don’t hesitate to share your issue with Androidbiits.com.

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