How to install Android KitKat on Samsung Galaxy Ace S5830
The Galaxy Ace has been very popular since it has been introduced by Samsung. When launched, at that time it was a pretty decent device, but now its hardware is outdated, and received no Jelly Bean, and KitKat update from Samsung. Even Samsung is not providing any official update but still there’s a way to update Galaxy Ace to latest firmware. However there might be some bugs you would face but of course good enough for daily usage.
To update Samsung Galaxy Ace to KitKat we will use a custom Rom based on KitKat firmware. There are some Roms out there, but most complete, and stable Roms are, CM 11, and Omni Rom. We will use CM 11 Rom, based on latest Android 4.4.2 firmware, it is most complete, stable, and smooth KitKat Rom available for Galaxy Ace. Installing this Rom not only update your device to latest firmware but it also improve the device performance, and usability.
To flash this Rom successfully, you must follow the exact guide given without skipping, or mixing any steps. The Rom comes with tons of new apps, and features, as this build of CyanogenMod, so of course it also comes with tons of Advanced settings, and customization options to control and use device effectively.
The Rom, and guide are only made for Samsung Galaxy Ace S5830, and meant nothing for any other model, and other device. Don’t try them on any other device, it could lead to some serious damage. Backup all the important, and necessary stuff which has been stored in phone’s memory. Follow our →Android backup guide to back up installed apps, massages, contacts, and current Rom as well.