Download Galaxy Alpha CM13 for Marshmallow Update

If you want to install Marshmallow update on your Galaxy Alpha, you already have a way out. Be sure to check the model no. of your Galaxy Alpha first, though, as the ROM provided below works only on the given model no. and may damage devices with different model no.

With Android 6.0, you will get the famous Doze mode that is said to increase the battery life significantly. Android 6.0 also introduced awesome app control to hep you determine which apps were eating your device’s battery.

That apart, on Galaxy Alpha Marshmallow update with ROM like CM13, you will get vastly improved permissions system, to control which app uses what capability, and you can allow and disallow them too.

Read: Galaxy S4 CM13

If you love updates, we’d say you give Galaxy Alpha CM13 a try, and live the 6.0 game yourself.

You will get to use stock Android UI on CM13, as seen on Nexus devices whose software part is handled by Google itself. This is also one big reason why we love these custom ROMs.

On the Marshmallow update builds provided below, you will also not have to bear with Samsung’s TuchWiz UI, as it’s gone in favor of stck Android UI, which is cool.

Galaxy Alpha Marshmallow Update

Supported Devices

  • Galaxy Alpha, (check model specified with ROM)
  • Don’t try this on any other device whose model no. is different than the one specified above.

Unofficial CyanogenMod 13 (CM13)

→ For model no. S850W

→ Download Link | Development Page (includes ROM features)

Bugs: Not provided.

Unofficial CyanogenMod (G805S/K/L)

→ For model no. S805S/K/L

→ Download Link | Development Page (includes ROM features)


  • Bluetooth Pairing ( Fixed on Next build )
  • Mic ( In calling )
  • Camera FC when you change Front – Rear
  • Unstable

To update your Galaxy Alpha  to Android 6.0, simply download any ROM from above, and then install it using a custom recovery. For help with installation, check the link right below.

How to Install custom ROM

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