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Download & Install Official CM13 ROM On Motorola Droid Bionic Android Marshmallow 6.0

Install Official CM13 ROM On Motorola Droid Bionic
Written by Dibyajyoti Kabi

Here I will be sharing detailed Guide On How To Download & Install Official CM13 ROM On Motorola Droid Bionic Codenamed targa  Android Marshmallow 6.0.This an Official CyanopgenMod 13 and the flashing process is very simple and easy.Just follow the given steps carefully.

It is pretty sure that all these Droid devices like Droid Bionic are not going to get the official Android Marshmallow 6.0 Update.Still there is another way to get Android Marshmallow On Motorola Droid Bionic.You can Install Any Android 6.0 Marshmallow custom ROM via recovery to get Marshmallow on your Motorola Droid Bionic

Team CyanogenMod has released Official CyanogenMod 13 a.k.a CM 13 nightly ROM For Motorola Droid Bionic.As i mentioned before, it is an official ROM based on latest Android Marshmallow 6.0.It is safe to use as a daily driver.But remember, this is a nightly build so you will receive updates every day.You can use this one as your daily driver.

This official CM13 ROM is a Very clean & Fast ROM with some added extra useful features.You will also get the DOZE Mode resulting in good battery life.Below we will be sharing Full step by step guide to Flash / Install Official CM13 ROM On Motorola Droid Bionic (targa)

Supported Devices: This guide is only for Motorola Droid Bionic Codenamed targa

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Important Read:

*Make sure there is at least 80% battery left on your smartphone before begin.

Warning:

rootmygalaxy.net will not be held responsible for any kind of damage occurred to your Motorola Droid Bionic while following this tutorial.Do it at your own risk.

Pre-Requirements:

→ Safely Flash Official CM13 ROM On Motorola Droid Bionic (Targa) Android Marshmallow 6.0

Downloads

Official CM13 ROM On Motorola Droid Bionic (targa)

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How To Flash / Install Official CM13 ROM On Motorola Droid Bionic Android Marshmallow 6.0

Step By Step Guide

Install Official CM13 ROM On Motorola Droid Bionic

*First of all, read the Pre-Requirement section carefully

  • Now Download Both Un-Official CM13 and Gapps Zip file from the download section above
  • Next Connect your Motorola Droid Bionic to Your PC via provided USB cable
  • Then Copy both downloaded files to the internal memory of your Motorola Droid Bionic device
  • Now reboot your device to Recovery mode
  • Now follow this guide to Flash The CM13 On  –>>How to Install CM13 (CyanogenMod 13) Via TWRP Recovery
  • After Flashing the CM 13 ROM, now Flash the Gapps ->> How To Download & Install CyanogenMod 13 Gapps

→ If you want to enable root access on CyanogenMod 13 then follow this guide–>>How to Enable Root Access on CM13

If you have any questions related to this post feel free to ask in the comment section.

About the author

Dibyajyoti Kabi

Dibyajyoti an Android enthusiast, a tech-blogger and an avid reader.He is graduated in B.tech.He is the founder and chief editor in rootmygalaxy.net

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    I’m messing around with an old Targa I picked up for $20. I’ve rooted, rom’d modded, etc. Actually I’ve even soft bricked it several times and hard bricked once. I’ve had to rebuild from scratch by not following EXACT directions by others who have been there. I’ve rooted and modded dozens of devices. This one has been by far the most challenging, (and in the end, the most fun, no device has beat me yet)

    I couldn’t help notice that you made no mention of the SafeStrap recovery (though considering my aforementioned history, perhaps I missed it 😉 I’m not certain you can install TWRP without a bootstrap app, though CM s app does install SS.with it’s own version of TWRP. It’s quite important that you have Safestrap 3.75 to install CM13. Older versions will not work and won’t let you install. This error, like any other in Android is recoverable though, easier than some others peculiar to Bionic. I don’t know about CWM as I haven’t used that in years. Correct me if I’m wrong

    Also, be certain that you have the correct Motorola drivers installed COMPLETELY. This means operating the phone in each possible USB mode (mass storage, MTP, charge only, etc. ) and Fastboot as well. Failure to strictly follow this method will often result in “FLASH FAILURE” which is a soft brick fixable only by using SBF, FXZ and flashing stock firmware. Not as easy as it sounds, expect to spend many hours in research finding that weird quirk that only your Bionic seems to have.

    What I’ve learned in my month with this device is: watch all the videos and read all the articles, but use caution. I”ve spent many, many hours fixing the results of helpful “expert” advice received by a site I didn’t know. (When in doubt, check XDA first, also TomSgt (rootjunky) has a terrific series of videos, firmware, roms, apps dedicated to Bionic. He’s also a great guy and will work with you to help.

    I’m retrying the CM13 after disappointing results a few weeks ago (and I’m bored and need something to mod) . It seems ok at first, but add a few apps and it’s intolerably slow. I’m trying it with a 3gb data part this time . I actually connected this phone to Net10 for a month , but won’t keep it, it’s just too slow. Better with a stock rom, rooted and heavily modded by me.

    I rambled on so much just to ask if anyone knows where to get all the famous roms that were made for this device, I can’t seem to find them. Most links lead to dead file host servers and I”d like to try a few. I wish I”d found the Bionic years ago. I’d write my own ROM, (nearly have, but not from scratch) but in the end, it’s still a dual core, outdated device.

    I wanted it for a music player mainly and a quick 8mp cam (who’s quality is pretty disappointing, I get better results from a cheap 3 or 5 mp on some of my tabs. Perhaps I’lll write a ROM that makes it a dedicated media control/streaming portable//docking device, the Web top/Ubuntu interface intrigues me.

    If anyone is interested in a project like this let me know. I could use some help with the languages/syntax etc.

    Keep Modding
    Steven Peterson
    Aspiring Android developer and recovering Windows expert
    [email protected]