Here's a simple guide on how to install orgia custom ROM on your Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge +.
But before anything else, take a look at some precautions and important notes before you use this guide:
1. This ROM is intended for Galaxy S6 Edge+. Do not try flashing this ROM on any other device otherwise you will result in bricking it. Check your device’s model number under settings > about device.
2. Charge your phone up to 50% to avoid any power issues during the flashing process.
3. Flash a TWRP recovery on your Galaxy S6 Edge+.
4. Backup everything including your important contacts, call logs and text messages.
5. Don’t forget to create a Nandroid backup. This is highly recommended so that you can revert back to your previous system in case of a mishap.
6. Backup EFS partition to avoid EFS corruption later on.
7. Follow the instructions to the letter.
How To Install Orgia Custom ROM on Galaxy S6 Edge+
1. First of all, make sure that you’ve installed latest TWRP recovery from the link we attached above.
2. Make sure that you’ve created a Nandroid backup as well.
3. Now boot your phone in to TWRP recovery. In TWRP recovery select Wipe > Advanced Wipe > check Internal Storage > Tap “Repair or Change File System > Tap “Change File System” > “Tap EXT4” and swipe on the screen to formate the internal SD card.
4. Once done, go back to the main menu in TWRP recovery and select Wipe > Advanced Wipe >
5. Select Data, Cache and System and then swipe finger on the screen to wipe it.
6. Download latest OrgiaROMv3.2.zip file and copy it to the root of your sd card.
7. Now while your phone is in mount mode, connect it to your PC and copy both the downloaded files to your phone.
8. Now once again, get back to the main menu in TWRP recovery.
9. Tap Install > Select Orgia ROM v3.2.zip file < Swipe finger to flash it.
10. Reboot device into system now.
11. Copy your desired backup to your internal SD card now.
First boot may take up to 10 minutes, you may not worry if it’s taking that much long. In case it’s taking too long, you may boot into TWRP recovery and wipe cache and dalvik cache and reboot your device as it may fix the issue. In case your device is having issues, you may return to your old system using the Nandroid backup or follow our guide here to install stock firmware.
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