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Summary to install 5.1.1 ROM and 6.0.1 ROM
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here is a summary to install V2.6 ROM (Android 5.1.1 ) and V3.2 ROM (Android 6.0.1) from Innos :

First you need to backup your files (photo, contact etc ...)

Step with full reset
You need first the v2.3_abroad or version 2.2 (this is the same!) on your phone. Otherwise there is the risk of the phone crash , but some guys have just flash the Innos sd ROM over their current rom with success.

So first flash with QFIL tool from a PC the old version v2.3_abroad [Only registered and activated users can see links Click here to register]: your phone will be full reset so backup your data somewhere before : photos, messages etc ...

Then copy the update zip file on your SD card ; V2.6 found [Only registered and activated users can see links Click here to register]

1. Go to the "Settings" menu
2. Select "About phone"
3. Select "System Update"
4. Select "Local Updates'
5. Locate and select the zip file on SD card
6. Press the "Start Update"

The phone reboot into recovery, for me the update has not working : error of file permission, but just in the recovery, select menu "apply update from sdcard" and select the zip file for this to work properly.

7. Once the update is complete, you must do a factory reset and clear the cache.

And then patiently ...

Root is working as before, installation of Xposed too as well as Gravity box.
(You use temporary TWRP to install them : see the post : [Only registered and activated users can see links Click here to register] )

You can then add [Only registered and activated users can see links Click here to register] to install from TWRP


Step to install version 3.2 from INNOS (Android Marshmallow 6.0.1) Official link [Only registered and activated users can see links Click here to register]
- copy the v3.2 zip to sd card.

If you want to get Root after installation, you need to install superSu.zip during Installation
Here is the link of version 2.78 that I have installed : [Only registered and activated users can see links Click here to register]

You can install also Xposed Framework too : version is [Only registered and activated users can see links Click here to register]

If you use gravity Box (MM version) there is a problem with displaying battery level, so I have made a patch (this patch works even if Xposed is not installed), I have also added Facelock, DRM widevine and some french translations : zip to install with TWRP too : [Only registered and activated users can see links Click here to register]

Copy these zips to your SD card.

- reboot to temporary TWRP via bat command file
- install the V3.2 update.
- clear cache and dalvik
- install supersu.zip : this will patch boot image
- install xposed.zip (if you want )
- install my Patch (if you want )
- reboot

Waiting ...
Updating Android ....

Install SuperSu from Google Play
Update su
Reboot

Done ...

Badly, recovery image is not working.


We can flash TWRP recovery by two means.

Get the archive here : [Only registered and activated users can see links Click here to register] (I have modified original one)


First :
From the archive copy recovery.img from adb directory to your SD card
Install the application from Play Store : Flashify
Open Flashify,
Go to FLASH / Recovery Image and choose a file : select recovery.img you have copied on your sd card.
Yup and reboot.

Second :

You can install TWRP directly in bootloader mode, this will permit to reroot your device after factory reset even with 6.0.1 ROM ;)

But you can have a problem with windows driver like me, see this post from XDA ([Only registered and activated users can see links Click here to register])

First enable Unlock Innos D6000 Bootloader and enable USB debugging if you haven't done before
Open system settings
Go to "About Phone"
Tap "Build" 7 times
Hit the back button
Select developer options
Tap "Allow Bootloader Unlock" (did not see this in 5.0 Common v1.1)
Tap "enable USB debugging"

Plug your phone to your PC.

Then unzip The TWRP zip file to your computer.

Run the file : Run_Permanent.bat
Follow the instructions

You're done (normally !)

To check, reboot in recovery mode : VolUp+Power

When you have installed some zip files with TWRP, TWRP warns you that your device is not rooted : It is not true so don't let him do it !!!

NB : You can restore Original system Apps (V3.2)if you have installed my patch : [Only registered and activated users can see links Click here to register] to flash from TWRP
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Thank you for the detailed guide stevejc!

So, if we who have 2.6 multi want to just install marshmellow, should we proceed with only that part? And then if we choose to factory reset we brick it?
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(2016-12-24, 02:40)pouskidis Wrote: Thank you for the detailed guide stevejc!

So, if we who have 2.6 multi want to just install marshmellow, should we proceed with only that part? And then if we choose to factory reset we brick it?

Yes it's what I have done.
From 2.6 install via TWRP new version without reset.

But when I have tested my patch I make a mistake and I must do a factory reset of marshmallow.

Hopefully I can flash TWRP and then root it and reinstall my apps with Titanium backup.

So I have tested all the solutions that I provide.

Normally no brick !
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I apologize for my English. I use google translate.
I have an innos d6000 Chinese. I had already gone through all the roms but had not been able to install the 2.6 update, so I had resigned myself to staying on Android 5.1.
Today enter the forum and I found this guide, I followed and BINGO, I have ANDROID 6.
Thanks for this guide
I recommend it
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Ok, I just want android 6 and no root. But I want to do a factory reset after installing. And I want to be able to install root one day. What should I do?

Install 3.2 via temporary TWRP and then install permanent TWRP via second method?

Could you give me the steps please? Is there a more preferable and safe method to your detailed guide that one can take? Will we be able to install a newer firmware when/if it comes out?

I hesitate to preccede, you got me worried, especially the "problem with windows driver" part ...

Thanks again stevejc for your much appreciated help!
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Many thanks stevejc for all your information. I already have my innos updated with root, xposed, your modification, etc.

Enviado desde mi Innos_D6000 mediante Tapatalk
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(2016-12-26, 08:00)pouskidis Wrote: Ok, I just want android 6 and no root. But I want to do a factory reset after installing. And I want to be able to install root one day. What should I do?

Install 3.2 via temporary TWRP and then install permanent TWRP via second method?

Could you give me the steps please? Is there a more preferable and safe method to your detailed guide that one can take? Will we be able to install a newer firmware when/if it comes out?

I hesitate to preccede, you got me worried, especially the "problem with windows driver" part ...

Thanks again stevejc for your much appreciated help!

You can check if drivers work before doing anything.

With a command line from your PC in the directory where you have decompressed my TWRP zip file :
cd adb
adb devices

You must see numbers and letters following devices.

If it's OK do :
adb reboot bootloader

Your phone will reboot and only show Android logo
Then in the command line do
fastboot devices

If you see also numbers and letters following device your drivers are OK if not follow the instructions I gave on first post to change your PC drivers.

To reboot your phone press and keep pressed the power button during several seconds.

Remarks : the Russian team made a file to flash TWRP through QFIL tool so there is also and alternate solution.

(2016-12-27, 18:09)stevejc Wrote: [quote='pouskidis' pid='59800' dateline='1482710419']
Ok, I just want android 6 and no root. But I want to do a factory reset after installing. And I want to be able to install root one day. What should I do?

Install 3.2 via temporary TWRP and then install permanent TWRP via second method?

Could you give me the steps please? Is there a more preferable and safe method to your detailed guide that one can take? Will we be able to install a newer firmware when/if it comes out?

I hesitate to preccede, you got me worried, especially the "problem with windows driver" part ...

Thanks again stevejc for your much appreciated help!
reboot to temporary TWRP via bat command file
- install the V3.2 update.
- clear cache and dalvik
- wipe data : if you want to do a factory reset : this will erase internal memory photos and so on so make a backup first !

If you don't want root don't flash SuperSU zip file through temporary TWRP.

To enable root later you will need first to install permanent TWRP with the methods I provide or the new one from the Russian forum : [another forum]
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Ok, thanks. I just want to update to marshmellow and do a reset after that.
I always want to reset after update, it is important. With last f/w after I reset I got a few things working better, like brightness for example, it got quite brighter!

So, I would have to follow the whole guide I guess... intalling permanent TWRP, something I never did for my innos.
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So maybe you have just to follow the innos instructions here : [Only registered and activated users can see links Click here to register]

No root and factory reset
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(2016-12-28, 06:34)stevejc Wrote: [Only registered and activated users can see links Click here to register]

No root and factory reset

But I want to reset after update. Won't it brick it if I don't install permanent TWRP?
Have I misunderstood your instructions?
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