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  • I have a Samsung Galaxy J727AUCU1AQE1
    I need the firmware so that I can downgrade it to android 7 its currently updated to Android 8. I need the firmware and step by step instructions on how I can downgrade it.

  • Bonjour
    je Vis au Bénin
    ma Galaxy S6 Egde modèle SM–G925A que j’ai bientôt 14 mois devenu inutilisable car cela m’affiche le message Non enregistrer sur le reséau peut importe l’ancienne carte Sim ou nouvelle que j’insert.

  • Hello Developers.. How can i resolve the re-partition problem? I’m flashing my Galaxy 7 duos SM-G930FD… thanks

  • Hello!
    I’m trying to flash custom sm Tab A7 ROM but I can’t and get an error
    also, what should I use for the CSC section?
    I have CSC_OMC and HOME_CSC_OMC

    • You may get confused about whether you should flash CSC or HOME CSC in Odin. Here’s how these two CSC files differ from each other.

      If you want Odin to wipe all third-party apps, data, and settings and perform a factory reset while installing the firmware, you should add the CSC binary to Odin. When your Samsung phone or Galaxy Tab boots up, your device will be in the same state (on software level) as it was when you purchased it. You’ll have to set up your device and log into your Samsung and Google account again. The image, video, audio, and all other files present on the internal storage will be deleted. Flashing the CSC binary will result in a clean installation. If you feel that your phone is slow and experience any lag or misbehavior, wiping the phone might help fix those issues.

      HOME CSC
      If your purpose is to just re-install the firmware or update your Samsung device’s software without wiping your apps, all user data, and settings, you should go with the HOME CSC binary. Choosing this file will only affect the software version of your phone while keeping everything intact.

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