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Saturday, 18 March 2017

Expert Guide On How To Install - Flash Stock Firmware Using ODIN Tool

Same way you flash or install your Android device stock Rom with an SP flash tool, that’s how you do same with ODIN Flash tool too. In this post, am going to be showing us how to flash specifically SAMSUNG Android devices using this tool called Odin. So, as long as, you are using any smart Samsung device, this post will go along a way to see you through in flashing its stock Rom. Now, let’s get down to steps for Flashing Stock Samsung ROMs using Odin flash tool.

Remember, you need to get the specific firmware for any Samsung device you wish to flash; this is for you not to brick your android phone during the process. So with this method, you can flash the OTA updates manually. It is safe and secured for manual update of your device for any official release. 

I consider Odin as a must have tool for everyone using Samsung device. This tool as you may know, is a Windows-based ROM flashing tool directly from Samsung company for Samsung smartphones and tablets. The tool can be used by Samsung users to carry out so many activities like flashing custom ROMs, Official OTA Updates, kernels and many other similar files manually.

Before we get started on How To Install a Stock Firmware Using Odin, you should ensure to get the right firmware according to your Samsung device’s model number.

NOTE:
Ensure to follow the steps as stipulated in order to avoid any sort of device failure or malfunction. As Techbmc will not be held responsible for any damage caused to your Samsung Android device. So do it at your own risk.
                                          
REQUIREMENTS:
·         Ensure your device has more than 50% of battery, if not, charge to get full.
·         Get Samsung USB drivers installed on your PC before proceeding. (You can Download Samsung USB Drivers for  Windows or Mac Here.
·         Download latest ODIN Flash Tool for both Windows and Mac Here.



 How To Install - Flash Stock Firmware Using ODIN FLASH Tool

·         First and foremost, you need to download the right and specific firmware for your device’s model number. Incase if the file is in .Zip format, just extract it, to get .tar or .tar.md5.
·         From the above provided link, download and Unzip Odin 3.12.3 .zip (or you can go for Latest Odin) file and then run/open the odin.exe file from the extracted files using your PC.
·         Next, is to Boot your Samsung android into Download Mode. ( To do that, first switch off your device  and then press, Volume Down + Power + Home. Press Volume Up in order to continue to Download Mode)
·         Now, connect the phone you want to install or flash to your PC through the use of USB cable, when you do that, Odin will notify you with an added message.
·         Chose AP in Odin and select firmware file in which you have downloaded for the device. (Remember, the format Will be in .tar.md5 format)
·         At the bottom of Odin screen, you will see “Start” button ensure to click on it for the flashing  process to get started.( the process will start after clicking on start button, although it will take some few minutes to finish.)
·         Do not interrupt while the flashing is processing to avoid bricking.
·         Your device will reboot after a successful processing.
That’s all. Now your device should run the updated firmware

Next guides coming on this blog are as follows:

>> Solutions to Odin not detecting your Samsung android phone
>> Also, how to install TWRP recovery on Samsung devices using Odin
                
 Credit: rootmygalaxy.net
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