The Beanstalk ROM isn’t exactly a household name in the aftermarket firmware scene, but it will update your Samsung Galaxy Note 4 devices to Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow and that’s something that you will not get from any official software update at the moment. Beanstalk represents the newest custom ROM built for the Note 4 devices. You will find many tweaks inside this Beanstalk ROM and the new user-interface comes with a great deal of options to customize.
Files You Need
- Download the Beanstalk 6.11 custom ROM file from here.
- All instructions are written assuming you have a Windows computer and TWRP Recovery installed. The instructions will slightly vary if you have a different recovery and computer operating system.
Flashing the Beanstalk 6.11 Marshmallow ROM on the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 for T-Mobile subscribers
- Download the Beanstalk ROM file directly to the computer and drag the file over to the desktop.
- Connect the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 to the computer with the USB cable.
- Copy the Beanstalk custom ROM file over to the internal storage SD card. Keep the file at the topmost level of your SD card and do not hide it in one of your sub folders if there are any.
- Unplug the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 device from the computer and the USB cable.
- Boot the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 to the recovery mode and then your custom recovery should boot up on the display.
- Choose the ‘Backup’ button from the main recovery menu and take the NANDroid backup of your data.
- Tap on the ‘Wipe’ button to wipe the data and factory reset your device.
- Tap on the ‘Install’ button and then follow the instructions to browse your Note 4’s SD card and upload the ROM file you copied there earlier.
- Swipe on the bottom of the display where it says you need to swipe to confirm the installation.
- Choose the ‘Reboot System’ option from your main recovery menu when you’re done.
In conclusion, that’s how to get the Beanstalk custom ROM running on your Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and replacing the stock ROM. You can always choose to flash your stock ROM back on the device using the Odin flashing tool and your stock ROM file from the Sam Mobile website.