Question Interchanging S22 Ultra Firmwares between different sub-models

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zakolb

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Dec 9, 2009
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Hello,
I have been searching the internet for the past 2 days to find a clear answer for this.
I have received Samsung S22 Ultra SM-S908N which stands for Korea version and when accessing through Sammobile I get stock firmware only for Korea.
My friend has the Samsung S22 Ultra SM-S908E which on Sammobile stands for Asia/Africa and he can install many countries firmware.

The question is, if both hardware are exactly the same in terms of chipset aka. Snapdragon
Is it possible to Install the SM-S908E on a SM-S908N? Did someone try this already - I am assuming the phone is still new and not much of discussion about this but probably someone did this for previous models?

In case I install firmware for the international version and didn't work, boot issue, or completely not switching on.. is it possible to revert back?

Regards,
 
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haifish9999

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Hello,
I have been searching the internet for the past 2 days to find a clear answer for this.
I have received Samsung S22 Ultra SM-S908N which stands for Korea version and when accessing through Sammobile I get stock firmware only for Korea.
My friend has the Samsung S22 Ultra SM-S908E which on Sammobile stands for Asia/Africa and he can install many countries firmware.

The question is, if both hardware are exactly the same in terms of chipset aka. Snapdragon
Is it possible to Install the SM-S908E on a SM-S908N? Did someone try this already - I am assuming the phone is still new and not much of discussion about this but probably someone did this for previous models?

In case I install firmware for the international version and didn't work, boot issue, or completely not switching on.. is it possible to revert back?

Regards,
- 1st : you can't install the International FW into the Korean devices variants. Even both at the same chipset.
- 2nd: it's possible to revert back. You must to flash the correct FW ( Korean FW variant ) via Odin on DownloadMod.
 

babyboy3265

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Sep 20, 2012
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Hello,
I have been searching the internet for the past 2 days to find a clear answer for this.
I have received Samsung S22 Ultra SM-S908N which stands for Korea version and when accessing through Sammobile I get stock firmware only for Korea.
My friend has the Samsung S22 Ultra SM-S908E which on Sammobile stands for Asia/Africa and he can install many countries firmware.

The question is, if both hardware are exactly the same in terms of chipset aka. Snapdragon
Is it possible to Install the SM-S908E on a SM-S908N? Did someone try this already - I am assuming the phone is still new and not much of discussion about this but probably someone did this for previous models?

In case I install firmware for the international version and didn't work, boot issue, or completely not switching on.. is it possible to revert back?

Regards,
Have you had any luck with changing the firmware? I want to install a European one to my s908N but there seems to be no info on the internets...
 

cass89

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Jan 17, 2013
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Can i ask why you want a different firmware?

To be honest, i dont understand what the difference is between regions... i have a s908e with australian region that I use in US, theres no US region for my phone
 

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    Hello,
    I have been searching the internet for the past 2 days to find a clear answer for this.
    I have received Samsung S22 Ultra SM-S908N which stands for Korea version and when accessing through Sammobile I get stock firmware only for Korea.
    My friend has the Samsung S22 Ultra SM-S908E which on Sammobile stands for Asia/Africa and he can install many countries firmware.

    The question is, if both hardware are exactly the same in terms of chipset aka. Snapdragon
    Is it possible to Install the SM-S908E on a SM-S908N? Did someone try this already - I am assuming the phone is still new and not much of discussion about this but probably someone did this for previous models?

    In case I install firmware for the international version and didn't work, boot issue, or completely not switching on.. is it possible to revert back?

    Regards,