Easiest Steps to Upgrade Infinix hot 2 (Android One) to Android Marshmallow 6.0

Since last year, infinix hot 2 users has been crying out for Android 6.0 upgrade, which many who waited got tired and decided to port to XUI, well all you who ported will have to port back ooooooo if not forget it the almighty Marshmallow on your infinix hot 2 aka Android one. 

The roll out began over the weekend, and its still been roll out via OTA. But if you can’t wait for the Android Marshmallow rollout, you can simply follow the procedures below to update your troublesome device to Android 6.0 and save yourself all the problem it has given you so far.

Before you begin…

Back up your files, contact and important apps because this flashing process will rebrand your device and thus clear all your important applications and files.

Requirements

>>Must be running on Android One Stock Rom I meant the rom that came with it buh if you have ported to XUI am afraid you need to port back biko. Check here on how to

Once you are done with the above, then you are set to install Android marshmallow on your sweet device.

Where Can I Download Android 6.0?
Android Marshmallow Ota link here (624.9mb)

How to Flash it

==>Once you’ve downloaded the Android M zip file, Rename it to update.zip
==>Place it on the root of your SD Card (it shouldn’t be in any folder)
==>Power off your phone
==>Hold Volume Up + Power Button
==>Release power button and tap volume up once you see the “Infinix” Logo
==>It will show you a dead Android robot with a red sign
==>Press Volume Up or Volume down (device dependent) to get into the stock recovery
==>Scroll down with Volume button to “Apply Update from SD Card”
==>Scroll down to the update.zip and select with the Power Button.

Install, and once installation is done, reboot your system and wait for system to start.

Once your system reboot, you should now see a re-branded new device running on Android 6.0. So if you’ve been having problem with the stock rom, or infinix 5.1 XUI, just upgrade it to 6.0 and you are good to go.

Welcome on board.

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