The most common problem with Android devices running on a recent version of Android is that it can’t boot up.
This isn’t the fault of Android, but it does mean that if you are using an older device you’ll need to make a couple of changes to make your device boot up in the first place.
In this article, we’ll walk you through the steps to make this happen and show you how to install Android 5-series and 5-inch smartphones running on an older version of the OS.
If you’ve tried to install a device on a newer version of an OS before and haven’t succeeded, this article may not be helpful for you.
If it’s the first time you’ve had problems installing Android, this may not make much sense.
If this is your first time trying to install on an Android device, we’ve compiled a list of apps you may want to consider before proceeding.
First, if you’re still using an Android 5 or older device, it’s important to make the following changes to your device before you attempt to install it: