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ATT S7 EDGE G935A sw rev check FAIL need help

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By Whitefleet91, Junior Member on 11th July 2019, 10:01 PM
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Hey im looking for some help im trying to flash the AP .tar file and the phone keeps saying sw rev check fail and odin fails is there a way to fix this issue so i can flash and root the device i've looked online to get help no luck so far thanks in advanced.
 
 
14th July 2019, 03:44 PM |#2  
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Hey im looking for some help im trying to flash the AP .tar file and the phone keeps saying sw rev check fail and odin fails is there a way to fix this issue so i can flash and root the device i've looked online to get help no luck so far thanks in advanced.

Are you trying to downgrade to an older firmware? If so, your bootloader is probably blocking the downgrade, most Samsung devices can't be downgraded.

If you are trying to flash TWRP, your bootloader is probably locked.

There is no solution to either of these.

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Yesterday, 07:45 PM |#3  
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Are you trying to downgrade to an older firmware? If so, your bootloader is probably blocking the downgrade, most Samsung devices can't be downgraded.

If you are trying to flash TWRP, your bootloader is probably locked.

There is no solution to either of these.

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Thanks now its in a boot loop in recovery mode and keeps saying installing update and then just reboots
Yesterday, 10:09 PM |#4  
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Thanks now its in a boot loop in recovery mode and keeps saying installing update and then just reboots

Have you tried using the stock recovery options to factory reset and wipe cache partition.

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Yesterday, 10:13 PM |#5  
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Have you tried using the stock recovery options to factory reset and wipe cache partition.

Yes I have I got the stock verison of Oreo off of here flashed it and it still does it
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