Sunday, May 26, 2013

How to Install Samsung Galaxy Fit S5670 CyanogenMod 10.1 Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean ROM

The CyanogenMod 10.1 Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean custom ROM for Samsung Galaxy Fit has recently been released and it brings the usual Jelly Bean features together with some custom functionalities. While not everybody wants to take the risk in flashing unofficial ROMs into their devices, this tutorial might be helpful for others who are willing to face challenges.

The installation of CM10.1 Android JellyBean ROM is easier than everybody expects. It includes downloading of necessary files like the ROM itself, Google Apps and perhaps ClockworkMod Recovery if you haven't installed it already. Now, here is a quick tutorial on how to successfully install CM 10.1 Android Jelly Bean ROM into Galaxy Fit.


  1. All your data should be backed up.
  2. Your device must have, at least, 80% of battery left.
  3. Your Galaxy Fit should be rooted.
  4. Make sure your device's bootloader is unlocked.
  5. Check if you have installed ClockworkMod Recovery, if not, you need to install it first.
  6. Enable USB Debugging.
  7. Backup your EFS Folder.
  8. All needed USB drivers should be installed.
Disclaimer You cannot blame me or the developers behind the development of the ROMs and mods used in this tutorial. It's on you if you install this ROM in your device.

Step-by-step Guide

Step 1: Download CM10.1 for Galaxy Fit from here and save it to your computer.  

Step 2: Connect your device to your computer and copy the package you just downloaded into the root directory of your device's internal memory.  

Step 3: Disconnect your device from your computer and turn it off in preparation to boot into recovery mode.  

Step 4: Boot into recovery mode by pressing and holding Home and Power buttons all at once. Navigation can be done through the use of volume buttons and press Home button to select options.  

Step 5: It is advisable you perform a Nandroid backup. This will back your current ROM up just in case things go wrong during the process. Backup and Restore => Backup.  

Step 6: Perform a total data wipe. Wipe Data/Factory Reset => Yes.  

Step 7: Now install CyanogenMod 10.1 Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean ROM. Install zip from SD card => Choose zip from SD card and navigate through the directory where you saved the package you just downloaded a while back.  

Step 8: Go back to main menu and reboot your device. Main Menu => Reboot System Now.

Wait until your device is fully active before you use it. Just in case you enter boot loop, try pulling out the battery and re-insert it, or you can repeat this very same process the second time around.


Christo Rey Panonce June 17, 2013 at 3:12 AM

hello... my Phone stuck on CyanogenMod Looping.. HeellpPp me plsss

Galaxy Fit October 23, 2013 at 9:30 PM

Christo,enters recovery and clean the caches

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