How to update Samsung Galaxy Y S5360 to Android 4.0.4 ICS [Updated]

Recently we posted an article to update Samsung Galaxy Y S5360 and we got lot of mails asking us how to update Samsung Galaxy Y S5360 to Android 4.0.4 ICS. Due to huge requests from our readers we started working on this topic and found something useful at XDA Forum.

update Samsung Galaxy Y S5360 to Android 4.0.4 ICS

Are you waiting to update Samsung Galaxy Y S5360 to Android 4.0.4 ICS  CM Firmware? Then this educational tutorial is right place to update Samsung Galaxy Y S5360 to Android 4.0.4 ICS.

Disclaimer: This ROM is not yet released from Samsung and it was created by developers on XDA Forum. This ROM is not tested completely and it may contain bugs. Neither GeekDashboard nor Developers are responsible if it cause any damage to your mobile. Try this ROM at your own risk. Hope you will understand it

Also Read: 5 Android Applications to turn your voice in to Text

 

Pre-Requirements to update Samsung Galaxy Y S5360 to Android 4.0.4 ICS

As we are now going to update Samsung Galaxy Y S5360 to Android 4.0.4 ICS, you should take care about your mobile and phone data. Follow below mentioned simple steps to be on safe side

  • Double check that your mobile is charged at least to 80%, in case if you started this update process when your mobile battery is less than 40%, update process will interrupted and your mobile will be useless
  • If Samsung Kies is installed on your system, we recommend to uninstall it and restart your PC
  • Ensure you have installed with latest version of cable drivers and you are ready with Data cable
  • Make sure you have recent backup for all contacts, apps, bookmarks, messages, settings etc

Also Read: How to backup and Restore Apps, Messages, Contacts, Call log and Bookmarks in Android devices 

  • You must turn on USB debugging on your device. You can do this at Settings > Applications > Development > USB debugging

How to update Samsung Galaxy Y S5360 to Android 4.0.4 ICS

Here is step by step tutorial to update Samsung Galaxy Y S5360 to Android 4.0.4 ICS. Never think updating is a risky task, it is easy as 1 2 3 if you follow all steps in proper manner

  1. Root your Samsung Galaxy Y (Mandatory Thing) (Rooting guide)
  2. Install ClockWorkMod on Samsung Galaxy Y. Failed to follow these steps ( Step 1 and Step 2), your mobile is not eligible for installing custom ROM and finally you will end with bricked mobile.
  3. Download the updated rooting stuff form HERE (Updated Link) and save it on your desktop. This file is a Zip file and no need to extract it
  4. Now connect your mobile using USB cable and copy the downloaded file in root folder of memory card
  5. Now, disconnect your mobile from PC and Switch it off
  6. Press and hold Power button, Volume up Button and Home Button until you entered in to Recovery mode
  7. Earlier if you have installed any ROM on your mobile you need to wipe it. In Backup and restore option select Wipe Date using volume keys. This will completely remove the old ROM from your device
  8. Now using Volume up and down keys select the download zip (in Step 1) in your memory card
  9. Immediately mobile will start updating process and it will complete in 3-5 mins and by using go back option select reboot on home screen

Congratulations to update Samsung Galaxy Y S5360 to Android 4.0.4 ICS. Enjoy new version in your mobile

Also ReadHow to check if phone is rooted or not

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Comments

  1. says

    i did everything you step by step.. and it all worked but i cant change the language.. I CANT UNDERSTAND THE ONE THERE..

  2. Gary Seward says

    In my previous comment I said sites like these are rubbish and I wish to correct that it is informative an useful on alot of topics I just feel that when it starts to advise on reprogramming your handsets that it is not being of mind that alot of people are goin to make mistakes and really mess or shut there phones down with no going bk so beware if you are not an expert who fully comprehends what to do just leave alone you might regret it an end up having to buya new phone

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