In today’s post, I’m going to explain how to install an Android device without rooting, and also the steps I used to do so.
In a nutshell, it’s basically just a matter of installing a custom recovery and a custom ROM.
I’m using ClockworkMod, which I found on the Play Store.
As you can see, it comes with a bunch of options, so if you want to install something else, you can.
You can also install it on an SD card, but that requires you to copy the entire ROM into the phone.
To root the phone, you need to use the root method, which is basically just root the kernel and the operating system.
The easiest way to do this is to use ClockworkMod.
I’ll show you how to do it using my Nexus 5X, which comes with the latest version of Android 4.2.1.
Once you’ve got the ROM installed, you’ll need to flash the custom recovery, and then reboot.
To do this, hold down the Volume Up button on your device and then the Power button.
You should see the System Settings pop up, as shown in the image below.
You’ll also see a screen similar to the one shown below.
Now, simply click the System menu and select Settings from the top menu.
Next, click the Build Number option, and select the ROM you just flashed.
When you’re done, you’re ready to reboot your phone.
Now that you’ve rebooted, you should see your phone appear in the status bar at the bottom of the screen.
If you want, you could go ahead and change the wallpaper by going into Settings > Display, then tap the Wallpaper and make sure that it’s set to Custom.
Next up, you will be prompted to enter your Android password.
You’re going to need to type this password in here, but it should only take a few seconds.
This is important, as the process of flashing the custom ROM requires you first to unlock your device, which requires your fingerprint.
To unlock the phone and get into your settings, simply hold down Volume Up and Power on the device.
Now press and hold the Volume Down button and the Power key for about a second, until you see a notification that says, “You have successfully unlocked your device.”
If everything went well, you may see a message saying that your phone is unlocked.
If it doesn’t, you have to enter a new password.
Now reboot your device to make sure everything’s OK.
Next steps If you have a new phone, it may be easier to install a custom Recovery on it.
For instance, if you’re planning on buying a new device, it would be nice to have the latest and greatest version of stock Android available.
For this reason, it might be easier for you to download a custom-built recovery from the Play Stores, which you can install on your new phone.
If so, you just need to do one of the following steps: Boot from a USB flash drive or SD card.
You might need to boot into recovery mode first.
Go to Settings > About Phone, then click the Download link and install the recovery from there.
You don’t need to reboot, as it’ll install automatically.
Now you’ll have to reboot into recovery to install the custom Recovery.
Go into Settings, tap About Phone again, then select Recovery.
Now tap the Install Now button.
Your phone will reboot, and you’ll be able to choose to install either ClockworkMod or Android Marshmallow from there, depending on which option you choose.
Once the recovery is installed, it will boot into ClockworkMod and install everything you need.
After that, you probably want to go back to ClockworkMod’s settings and adjust the system settings to allow your phone to reboot.
For the most part, this should be pretty straightforward, but if you don’t want to use Android’s advanced settings, you might want to do a full wipe of your phone before installing a ROM.
Now your phone should reboot and boot into Android Marshocker.
From here, you won’t see any notification about your phone rebooting, but once it boots, it should take you to the home screen.
It will look like this: You’ll see two new screens on this screen: Settings and the Settings menu.
To the right of the home menu is the clock, which shows the time in real time.
The bottom of this screen is where you can choose to boot to your custom recovery or stock recovery, which means you can either go ahead with the ClockworkMod setup or you can go back into ClockworkMaverick.
The Settings menu is where the settings you want are displayed, like the system clock, battery level, and storage space.
You also see your current clock, clock and battery level.
Now go ahead, reboot your handset.
It should boot into the ClockworkMaven installation, which will install the Clockwork Mod recovery and the Android Marshownamount recovery.
It may take a couple of minutes, but the recovery should