Learn How-To Upgrade Galaxy Ace to Android 2.3.7 through CyanogenMod 7
If you are using Samsung’s Galaxy Ace, you can upgrade your device below you can see step by step guide for this purpose, about to upgrade Galaxy Ace to Android 2.3.7 through CyanogenMod 7. Before you get started make sure that you have a Samsung Galaxy Ace GT-S5830 and don’t try the below steps for any other device. Before you get started make sure that you have manage your back-up because below steps can damage your valued data.
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Using a USB cable connect your device to PC and copy the both files to the phone’s SD card.
Now disconnect your device and Turn Off after that press the Home button and Power key at the same time to Reboot your Samsung Galaxy Ace into ClockworkMod Recovery.
After this choose “Wipe data/factory reset” and also verify the action on the next screen and then navigate to “Wipe Cache” and also verify the action to wipe all the data in the cache.
After this select “Advanced.” From there, select “Wipe Dalvik Cache” and verify the action on the next screen to Go Back to the main menu.
Go back to the main menu and select “install zip from sd card.” to select “choose zip from sd card” and locate the file that you have downloaded and also verify the action to start the installation on your device.
When Done, return to the main menu and reselects “install zip from sd card” after this install GApps.
In the end go back to the main menu and select “reboot system now” to restart your phone.