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No, you can't use a ROM for a different device. The ROM needs to be for the same device. In most cases, the flashing tool will detect that you're using the wrong ROM and stop you, but in some cases, or if you disable the warning, it will simply brick the device.


If swapping is not enabled, it is of course safe to remove the swap file. I've never heard of custom RAM, but assuming you've just mis-spelled the term (or confused it), for this part of your question please look into Where can I find stock or custom ROMs for my Android device?


This looks like what you want. Basically, any ROM that says it's a "GPe" rom or a "Google Play edition" rom will be what you're after. To get the Google Apps you'll need to flash a GApps package such as the ParanoidAndroid ones - you can just choose the "stock" package. Flash those after flashing the ROM and you'll have a pre-rooted, dev version ROM.


Use 7-Zip to unzip and repackage as .tar file (the same way as you'd zip files)


Do not attempt to flash a ROM for a different device (e.g. Samsung Galaxy S5, S4, Note 3) that is not intended for your device (Micromax Bolt A068). It will not work, and can possibly brick/destroy your phone. A Google search for custom ROMs for your phone does not return a lot of results. So, it's safe to assume that there aren't a lot of custom ROMs for ...


Generic Samsung Firmware MD5 Information: You can flash an MD5 file via Odin for Samsung Devices. An MD5 file is just a .tar file with a checksum included. Odin can recognise both, and you an even just remove the .MD5 and have .tar on the end, rather than the usual .tar.md5 extension Samsung software has. A tar file is just a *NIX archive file to all ...


What is a MD5 file? Files that contain the .md5 file extension are checksum files that are used to ensure that the data within a file is complete and has not become corrupt. An MD5 file verifies the integrity of downloaded files, discs and disk images. MD5 files use an algorithm that is based on the number of bits that a file should contain. The MD5 ...

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