Samsung Galaxy Note 3 N9005: How To Install Android 6.0 Marshmallow Using Aspire ROM
Update the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 N9005 to Android 6.0 Marshmallow via Aspire custom ROM.
Users of the classic Samsung Galaxy Note 3 N9005 phablet can now update the device to Android 6.0 Marshmallow by manually installing the Aspire custom ROM. The ROM features several improvements such as lock screen mods, battery icon mods, data traffic speed display, themes mod and power menu customizations along with the defaults from Android 6.0, according to XDA.
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Download the Aspire 6.0 custom ROM for the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 to the computer. This ROM has only been tested on the N9005 model. Do not install this ROM to any variant of the device.
Root the Galaxy Note 3 and install the TWRP Recovery on the device. Download the USB Drivers of the phablet on the computer then enable the USB debugging mode. Create a backup of all data stored on the internal and external storage of the device. Make sure that the device has at least 80 percent battery level to prevent power interruption during installation.
Connect the Galaxy Note 3 to the computer using a USB cable. Copy and paste the Aspire ROM downloaded earlier to the microSD card root directory of the phablet. Turn off the device and disconnect it from the computer.
Reboot into the Recovery mode by pressing and holding the Home, Volume Up and Power keys at the same time. Inside the Recovery mode, use the volume keys for navigation and the power key for selection. Select Wipe Data/Factory Reset, Wipe Cache Partition and Advanced > Wipe Dalvik Cache.
Go back to the main menu in the Recovery mode and select Install Zip from SD card then Choose Zip from SD card. Search the Aspire ROM file in the SD card root directory and select it then confirm the installation. After the installation has been complete, go back to the main menu and select Reboot System Now. It may take up to five minutes before the device reaches the home screen after the reboot, according to Team Android.