"Cannot find GlobalUtil.dll. Please re-install this application"
Checking latest firmware for SM-G960F/DBT/G960FXXU1BRE5/G960FOXM1BRE3/G960FXXU1BRE3
Error loading library: AgentModule.dll Error code: 1114
Please make sure "Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 Redistributable Package (x86)" and "Microsoft Visual C++ 2010 Redistributable Package (x86)" are installed
Error: Could not send BinaryInform. Status code 200/401 Authorization failed
I've got the same errors as with SamFirm:
as a pop up and in the log:
Of course Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 Redistributable Package (x86) and Microsoft Visual C++ 2010 Redistributable Package (x86) are installed and the only reason I can think off is that I try to run it on a Windows Server 2016 maschine.
Yes, my point was there won't be another model with L710, there will be only one L710 regardless of what it says before it
For example there will not be an SPH-L710 and an SM-L710, just like there will not be an SPH-G960F and an SM-G960F
So adding the section before it really should make no difference at all, unless it is required to find the firmware on the servers, for the user (us) we should not need it either way
How many Samsung devices are called G960F? Only 1
How many Samsung devices are called L710? Only 1
Looks like you answered It yourself, so you cant just remove SM and make it default because there other devices with some other initials than SM and it cant be predicted for each device, unless you'd want devs to make database of huge number of uncountable devices
The reason for the trouble was indeed the Windows server edition and its default settings, therefore the solution was:
1. Installing SmartSwitch to prevent any missing dependencies
2. Running SmartSwitch and acknowledge that it has trouble running because of a missing "wlanapi.dll"
3. Enabling Wireless Networking Details on how its done
4. Deinstalling SmartSwitch
Many thanks to @suyash1629 for the support!
Any searchable database index could be set to bring up a list of results based on "Contains" rather than "Exact", so typing G960F would then bring up SM-G960F as it "Contains" that sequence of characters, client coding would decide if that worked or not, hence my suggestion
For example Sammobile, not only searches model database, but also firmware database
Would you like to make contribution by implementing it? Frija is not dependent on third party website to pull up firmware information at all, which means same thing has to be kept in mind while implementing what you are thinking of, which requires to populate a huge database of all the Samsung devices and their models.
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