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How to download and install Android 7.0 mOOnlight on your Huawei P9 Nougat Custom ROM.

How to download and install Android 7.0 mOOnlight on your Huawei P9 Nougat Custom ROM.

We have been in search of a good responsive and fast ROM for our Huawei P9, and we have finally come across mOOnlight.It is a bloat-free ROM and it is also said to be the fastest that is available in the market. Since it comes with regular OTA updates, thus this amazing ROM is error-free. Another perk of this ROM is that it comes with a pre-rooted kernel with PHH. If you were searching for a way through which you can install this excellent ROM on your P9, you search ends here. In the article, we will provide you a complete step-by-step guideline on how to Android 7.0 mOOnlight on your Huawei P9 Nougat Custom ROM.

Prerequisites:

>> You need to ensure that the USB debugging mode is enabled on your mobile phone.
>> USB drivers for your Huawei P9 should be installed on your laptop or computer.
>> Make sure that the bootloader is unlocked.
>> There is a possibility that you might end of losing all your data, therefore it is imperative that you have a backup of all your data.
>> Before entering the recovery mode, you should perform Dalvik Cache.

How to download and install Android 7.0 mOOnlight on your Huawei P9 Nougat Custom ROM:

> The first step is to download the Android 7.0 mOOnlight ROM on your PC.
> Now you need to connect your phone to your PC so that you can mount your P9’s memory onto your computer.
> Copy the file that you downloaded in the first and paste it on your phone’s memory. The important thing to remember here is that the file should be directly placed in the memory and not in any folder.
> Switch off your phone and then disconnect it.
> Turn it back on and then you have to enter the recovery mode. There are different ways through which you can enter this mode, but we will tell you about the easiest. To enter the recovery mode, you need to press and hold the power button along with the volume down button. The phone will be turned back on and will be in the recovery mode.
> Once there, the first thing that you need to do is swipe the “Swipe to Factory Reset” feature. This will remove all your data and we are sure you must have created a backup of your data.
> Now head back to the main menu and from there, you have to tap on the install button. You need to choose the ZIP file that you have placed on your P9’s memory.
> To begin the installation process, you first need to confirm it by swiping on the “Swipe to Confirm Flash”
> The installation process will start and you might have to perform the “Wipe Dalvik” in case you get stuck in boot loops. If you don’t come across any problem, just let it be.
> Your phone will now restart and it will take a couple of minutes, so please be patient. Especially if you are rebooting for the first time, this will take about 5 minutes.

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