Samsung Galaxy Y is surely one of the best ever phone produced by Samsung. Samsung basically created this phone just to serve the common people having a mid-range budget who wanted to taste the Android and they surely did it by keeping the price of Samsung Galaxy Y at around Rs.7,000. Soon after its release, the phone was big hit. Developers from all around the globe too started to take interest in this phone. When the ICS was launched, a custom CyanogenMod 9 ICS ROM was released for Samsung Galaxy Y S5360 and now when the Jelly Bean is out, it’s the right time to get your Samsung Galaxy Y S5360 dirty with custom Jelly Bean ROM. Here is a small tutorial that will show you How To Install Custom Android 4.1 Jelly Bean ROM on Samsung Galaxy Y S5360.
Disclaimer : If anything happens to your device during this process, no one should be held responsible. Perform this on your own risk.
Checklist : Make sure your phone is having 70% remaining battery. All the drivers of your device’s drivers should be installed on your computer. Also make sure you backup everything like Contacts, SMS, MMS, Internet settings, Passwords etc as everything will be wiped off in this procedure. USB Debugging should be enabled (Settings>Developer Options>USB Debugging). Last but not the least, deactivate or uninstall all your antivirus programs, as they can later hinder the process and that’s something which is not wanted.
Note : Your phone must be rooted and should be installed with ClockworkMod Recovery.
Steps to Install Custom Jelly Bean ROM on Samsung Galaxy Y S5360
Step 1 – Download the Custom Jelly Bean ROM for Samsung Galaxy Y S5360 on your computer.
Step 2 – Now connect your phone to the PC and move the downloaded package of Jelly Bean ROM on Samsung Galaxy Y S5360’s SD Card, but don’t dig too deep to place it.
Step 3 – Now disconnect the phone from PC and switch off your phone. Now restart it in the recovery mode, you can do so by pressing and holding Volume Up + Home + Power Button together.
Step 4 – If you get anything like an exclamation mark, hold the Volume Up and Power keys again.
Step 5 – Now using your ClockworkMod Recovery, wipe off everything like data, cache etc. Then flash the downloaded package.
Step 6 – Once everything is wiped off, go to the main menu and select “flash zip from SD card” and press power button to select.
Step 7 – Now select the option which reads “choose zip from sdcard”.
Step 8 – Now use the Volume Keys to navigate and then browse to the location where you saved the downloaded package and start the flashing process.
Step 9 – Wait for the process to be completed, and once it’s done you should reboot your Samsung Galaxy Y S5360.
Step 10 – Once completely rebooted, you will see Android v4.1 Jelly Bean on Samsung Galaxy Y S5360.