Samsung Galaxy Mini S5570 or Samsung Galaxy Pop is a quite small phone you better not underestimate its power. Samsung Galaxy Pop comes with just 160MB of internal memory that is expandable up to 32GB via microSD card. Samsung Galaxy Pop’s default operating system is Android v2.3 (Gingerbread) but it can even be upgraded to Android Jellybean or Android v4.1.1 can be installed on Samsung Galaxy Pop just by flashing a custom ROM from CyanogenMod 10. Here is a small tutorial on How to Install Custom Android v4.1.1 Jellybean ROM on Samsung Galaxy Pop.
Disclaimer : If anything happens to your device during this process, no one should be held responsible. Perform this on your own risk.
Warning : Once your phone will be rooted, your warranty will end.
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.
Steps to install Custom CyanogenMod 10 Jellybean ROM on Samsung Galaxy Pop
Step 1 – Download the Custom Jellybean ROM package and make sure you don’t extract the files.
Step 2 – Now move the downloaded files from your computer to your Samsung Galaxy Pop through the data cable that you got from the company in the .zip format only.
Step 3 – Now switch off your Samsung Galaxy Pop and reboot it in the recovery mode. You can start the Samsung Galaxy Pop in the recovery mode by pressing and holding the Volume Up or Volume Down.
Step 4 – Now from the Recovery mode you need to flash the transferred ZIP file(s). The process is quite easy, just follow the screen instructions and use the volume keys to navigate.
Step 5 – Wait till the flashing process is completed. Once it’s completed just reboot your Samsung Galaxy Pop and there you are.
Your Samsung Galaxy Pop will now reboot with custom CyanogenMod 10 Jellybean ROM. That’s quite good, ain’t it?
If you aren’t able to flash the custom ROM on your Samsung Galaxy Pop then you can contact us by the comment section. We will try our best to resolve your problem.