How to install Paranoid Android 4.4.2 ROM for HTC One (M7)
HTC One (M7) is one of the most popular android smartphone released by HTC. In android market lot of the custom rom’s are available. Mainly XDA members are release lot of the custom rom’s. Paranoid is one of popular custom rom. This ROM was developed by slick_rick. Now a days many people are using this custom. The main reason for most people using this roms is it saves mobile battery power. This ROM mainly focus on to optimize your mobile battery power. Now Paranoid Android 4.4.2 available for HTC One (M7). Here the tutorial how to install the paranoid android 4.4.2 on your HTC One (M7).
dfdg How to install Paranoid Android v4.4.2 on HTC One ()(M7)
- Keep your mobile battery level above 70%.
- Enable USB Debugging in your mobile by Goto -> Settings -> Developer Options -> USB Debugging.
- Backup everything in your mobile like contacts, message, applications etc.
- Backup the current rom using your CWM recovery, it is optional in cases any problem occurs while installing this rom the backup will help you to restore your old ROM.
- Before going to install this ROM your must install CWM recovery on your device.
- Download the above files and copy it into your SD card.
- Turn off your mobile and boot it into HBOOT or Bootloader Mode.
- By pressing the Volume Down + Power buttons together.
- In the recovery mode Volume Keys are used to navigate and power used to confirm your selection.
- Go to the backup and restore option and make a backup of your current ROM.
- Go to the main menu and perform wipe data/factory reset operation.
- Next go to the advanced option and select wipe dalvik cache.
- Go to mounts and storage option and perform format system operation.
- Now Go to the main menu and select install zip from SD card then browse and select the ROM file place in your SD card.
- After ROM installation again select install zip from SD card then browse and select the Google Apps file in your SD card.
- Wait until the installation after the installation select the Reboot Now option.
- That’s all wait Paranoid Android v4.4.2 has been successfully installed on your device.
- First will take some extra time while comparing the normal boot time don’t worry about that.
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