How to update Galaxy Fit S5670 to Android 4.4 KitKat

Samsung Galaxy Fit S5670 can be updated to latest version of Android 4.4 KitKat with custom Rom CM11. With the introduction of latest android in budget phones like Moto E, Moto G, Micromax Unite 2, etc, people feel to update their personal Smartphone’s. So all the people who are looking to update Samsung Galaxy Fit S5670 to Android 4.4 phone, the wait is over. Though the update is not official but it gives the quite same experience that the official android 4.4 has. So check the below quick pre-requisites required for the update and then follow the step by step procedure to update Samsung Galaxy Fit S5670 to android 4.4 KItKat OS.

Quick Pre Requisites: 

All the data present in your device are to be properly backup so that it can be restored manually. Below steps guides you for backup of data.

SMS- Use “SMS Backup & Restore app”,

Contacts- Sync with the Gmail application,

Call Log- Call Log and Restore

APN and MMS Setting- Note down from the path “Applications > Settings > Wireless and Networks > Mobile Networks > Access Points Names”,

Images, Songs, Videos, Files- Copy to internal/ External SD card

Make sure that the USB Debugging Mode is enabled. This is an important step. To enable go to Settings > Applications > Development > USB debugging in your android device. Also make sure that the charging in your device is more than 70% so that it doesn’t power off in the middle of the update.

How to Update Samsung Galaxy Fit S5670 to Android 4.4

1. Download the CyanogenMod 11 from HERE and Google Apps package from HERE in your computer.

2. Now copy the downloaded files to your android phone SD card with the help of USB cable. After copying the files, remove the USB cable and power your android device.

3. Now boot the Samsung Galaxy Fit S5670 device to recovery mode by pressing and holding Volume Up button + Home Key + Power button. In recovery mode, volume button is useful for navigation while power button to select.

4. Now go to Backup and Restore and select Backup. This will be helping in backing up the important data.

5. Go back to main menu, there select Wipe Data/Factory Reset and then confirm your action. Again from main menu select Wipe cache Partition.

6. After the cache wipe, next step is to select Advanced and then select Wipe Dalvik Cache.

7. Next step is the installation of ROM. This can be done by installing the zip file from the SD card which you have copied from PC. So locate the file and tap on installation.

8. Repeat the above step for the installation of Google Apps package.

9. After the successful installation of both the zip files, click the option Reboot the system now.

10. The device takes 3-4 minutes to reboot after the installation of custom ROM. After proper reboot, the device is all set to use with latest Android 4.4 KitKat interference.

Note: If you got stuck on bootloop then perform Wipe Cache Partition and Wipe Dalvik Cache process again in the recovery mode.