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How to reflash Galaxy A02s with 64bit Android

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Jul 30, 2021
Hello forum guys, I've registered now to see if any enlightened souls could help me.
So straight to the problem...As stated in the title I have a Galaxy A02s and I am having problems with its Android.
I did a lot of research but I'm just getting more doubts, I read things like custom mod, kernel 64, treble info, and so on.

I will specify my device with the Aida64 information for better understanding:

Chipset: Qualcomm Snapdragon 450
Core Architecture: 8x ARM CORTEX-A53 @ 1804MHz
Manufacturing Process: 14nm
Instruction Set: 64-bit ARMv8-A (32-bit Mode)

And Treble Info says:
In the Architecture part: "Your device is ARM32 but uses a 64-bit binder. This usually indicates that the hardware supports 64-bits but the software does not. In this case, a 'binder64' or 'a64' image should be used. "

And in the Image Requested part: "Your device needs an image file called 'system-arm32_binder64-ab.img.xz.'"

I don't know if this Treble has anything to do with leaving Android in 64-bit, but I was researching and researching and that's what I got, however, I have little knowledge about these things and I didn't find any tutorial teaching how to install/update to 64-bit

That's it, I hope you can help me, thank you in advance :D

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