The Dynamic Pop ROM for the Galaxy Note 4 is based on Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow and will give your device many of the same features you would’ve got had your official OTA updates allowed you to update to Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow. Unfortunately for your device, they did not, so you’ll need to update to one of the custom ROMs available for Marshmallow if you want to test it out. There are some others available for the T-Mobile Note 4 based on Marshmallow, but the Dynamic Pop 6.0 custom ROM is still well worth a look. You will get many of the same tweaking and customizing options in this ROM as you have come to expect from many of the others.
Files You Need
- Download the Dynamic Pop 6.0 custom ROM file from here.
Flashing the Dynamic Pop 6.0 ROM on the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 for T-Mobile subscribers
- Download the Dynamic Pop custom ROM file directly to the computer and copy it over from the default downloads folder to the desktop. Keep it zipped.
- Connect the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 to the same computer by using the USB cable that your device comes with out of the box.
- Copy the Dynamic Pop custom ROM zip file over to the internal storage SD card.
- Unplug your Note 4 device from the computer once you have the zip file on the SD card.
- Turn off the smartphone by visiting the Device Options menu or by long-pressing the Power button for a maximum of 10 seconds.
- Reboot the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 to recovery mode by pressing the hardware key combination for that mode.
- Choose to take the NANDroid backup from within the recovery mode before you do anything else.
- Choose to apply the wipe data and factory reset by selecting the ‘Wipe’ button next.
- Tap on the ‘Install’ option and follow what the screen says to upload your custom ROM file from the internal storage SD card.
- Swipe the bottom of the display when you want to confirm the installation.
- Choose the ‘Reboot System’ option from the main recovery menu when you’re done.
In conclusion, that’s how to install the Dynamic ROM on the T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note 4 smartphones. Your new ROM will be running every time you boot the device up until you decide to flash the stock ROM or a new custom ROM on the device.