Still, you are waiting for the official Android 4.4 Kitkat update for your Google Nexus 10? That’s sad! Although, the Google will some take more weeks to release the latest update for Nexus devices. Now, it totally depends upon you that you have to wait for the official update or would you like to go with the unofficial version? However, this unofficial version is under the name of popular CyanogenMod. Yes, CyanogenMod 11 is available to flash on Google Nexus 10 incurred with stock Android 4.4 Kitkat features as well as some more extra customizing capabilities.
This ROM is posted on XDA-Forum by XDA Member – holtr94. According to him, the CyanogenMod ROM on Google Nexus 10 is working fine. But, I am pretty much sure that it has got some normal bugs, which are avoidable! So, are you planning to get Android 4.4 Kitkat on Google Nexus 10 then grab it from the below link. As well as, we are going to show you the way to install it with complete steps. Now, you have to just keep your eyes on the tutorial and make sure you follow all the steps carefully, otherwise you have brick the device. As well as, don’t forget to make a back-up of the current ROM to restore it later, if any problem persists. Let’s go now…
- Google Nexus 10 must be rooted and CWM recovery installed.
- Do enable the USB debugging on your device.
- Charge your Google Nexus 10 upto 85%.
ROM & Gapps Download:
Steps To Install CyanogenMod 11 ROM On Google Nexus 10
1. Download the above files on your Computer and after that copy them in to your Google Nexus 10 internal memory.
2. Boot your Google Nexus 10 in to CWM/TWRP Recovery mode. To do so:
- Press and hold “Power + Volume Up + Down” together untill you see some text on the screen.
- From there, choose “Recovery” to enter into Recovery Mode.
Use the Volume keys to move up/down and the Power key to select a highlighted item.
3. In the Recovery Mode you have to wipe complete data by choosing the “wipe data/factory reset” option and then perform complete cache wipe by choosing “advanced” options in the CWM Recovery mode and then navigate to “Wipe Dalvik Cache”.
4. Return to the Recovery main menu and choose ‘install zip from SD card’ and give a path to downloaded CyanogenMod 11 ROM from file. Wait for the ROM installation to complete. Similarly, follow this step to flash Gapps.
5. Now, wait for a few minutes for the installation process to complete. If it is completed, then again returns to the Recovery main menu and from there choose ‘Reboot Now’.
6. As this is the first time, you are starting the device after installing ROM, so wait for a few minutes to initialize all the services and applications.
Voila! Now, you are on the latest Android 4.4 Kitkat version. Amazing, right? Just share your experience about it. Is it lagging or not?