Samsung Galaxy Y S5360 can now be updated with Android 4.2.2 firmware version by flashing Jellynoid custom ROM. Jellynoid ROM is one of the best performing ROMs ever released for Galaxy Y. Galaxy Y won’t get official firmware update beyond gingerbread due to the hardware limitations and it doesn’t mean that you can’t use latter versions.
The only thing you need to have is root access in your Galaxy Y S5360. Rooting voids warranty but who cares? Through this guide, we’re guiding you to manually update your Galaxy Y S5360 to Android 4.2.2 by installing Jellynoid custom ROM. Make sure that you have rooted your Galaxy Y to get this ROM. Else do it now.
Well, I guess that you got root permission and installed a super app like Super user or Super SU. Now let’s start our procedure to manually update Galaxy Y S5360 with 4.2.2 Jellynoid custom ROM.
Update Android 4.2.2 on Galaxy Y – Pre-requisites
1. Make sure that you have installed
necessary Samsung drivers in your
computer. If not, download the drivers from here and install.
2. Charge your battery at least 60% and enable USB debugging as follows Settings>Applications>
Development> Android Debugging.
3. Make a backup of all important files including files in the phone storage, contacts, call logs etc. You can also use Google account to save the same.
4. Check the model number of
your device and ensure that you have the one which is specified here.
5. Even if you root your Galaxy Y, you need to flash a custom recovery like CWM to install a custom ROM. Stock recovery can’t be used here.
6. Rooting and installing a custom ROM disable warranty and sometimes may lead to bricking of your phone. TechBii will not be held responsible for any those kind matters-Disclaimer.
How to Update Galaxy Y S5360 to Jellynoid 4 2.2 Custom ROM
You’ve to download the Jellynoid ROM first and transfer it to your memory card. You can downlod ROM from here – Link
In the same manner, get gapps from here and transfer in the same manner.
1. After transferring the files to your SD card, disconnect the phone from
computer and reboot into recovery mode by pressing home button, volume up and power buttons simultaneously followed by switching off the phone.
2. After entering to recovery, make a
compulsory NANDROID backup and then wipe cache, partition and dalvik.
3. Now choose Install ZIP from SD card and then Choose ZIP from SD card. Then load the ROM file and flash it.
4. Now flash the gapps similarly following by wiping all cache.
5. Finally, reboot the system from
recovery options and let it reboot.
Done. Now you have flashed Jellynoid custom ROM on your Galaxy Y and maximize your phone’s functionalities. Jellynoid is almost stable and won’t make any noticeable lags in the device. Let me know if you felt any difficulty while updating Galaxy Y to Jellynoid custom ROM on Android 4.2.2.