I finally took the plunge to flash the 965-F firmware onto my 965-N. Downloaded the Australian version of the firmware from Sammobile, installed USB drivers, used your patched Odin, added the various files where they belong, booted my S9+ into download mode connected, Odin registered the phone and then hit start. Only took a second before I got a FAIL. It said 'repartitioning operation failed'. It was then stuck in download mode, but on 4th or 5th try pressing volume up + power, I eventually got it out of download mode.
Any ideas as to why this didn't work?
Edit: I compared the firmware file sizes between the 965F & 965N and there is a huge difference. It seems that I also need the correct PIT file to flash the 965F firmware to enable appropriate repartitioning. How do I get the correct PIT file for a 256 GB Galaxy S9+ SM-965F??? Tried the changing CSC file into a zip file but it won't open
I tried the patched version of odin with a snapdragon device and it worked well.
Does it work with Exynos devices?
i have a korean galaxy note9 n960n and i would like to convert it to N960F/DS.
is that possible?
of course I'm keeping in mind not to use a newer F/DS firmware so i don't update the binary.
Thanks, I will have another go at it at some stage. If I can get the PIT from the CSC, it's certainly worth another shot....Never have tried F on an N device. Also never experienced the repartitioning failure. I would imagine it is either incompatible or missing pit.
The pit is in the CSC tar. This is not a zip, but a TAR type compression. Find support for TAR to extract it.
Obtain tmobile U firmware and flash the same way you did U1.Someone please help! I flashed SM-N986U1 to my t-mobile locked Note 20 Ultra. How to I get back to the original model#(SM-N986U)? my current model number is
Latest 3.14.1 will do the trick.Please help. Which Odin patched version will let me go from an unlocked model # to a carrier locked model. i flashed to sm-n986u1 and i want to go back to sm-n986u(t-mobile). Please help, I'm so lost.
You tried to flash binary 5 firmware onto your phone which already has binary 7 firmware. You need to get firmware that has same or higher binary number.hi on my sam a505gn one ui 3,
SW REV check fail bootloader device 7 binary 5
pit flash binary unsuported odin
Is this relevant to you?Someone please help! I flashed SM-N986U1 to my t-mobile locked Note 20 Ultra. How to I get back to the original model#(SM-N986U)? my current model number is SM-N986U1.
Hey Thanks so much only this Patchen version worked to Flash the S7, i dont understan why the official Version of Odin dosent work (error SHA256) . anyway thank YOU !For those looking for a modified, modded, or patched odin that is a newer build than all the fake and renamed prince comsy 3.12.3 versions floating around.
I patch recent Odin versions to offer similar functionality to the princecomsy; in that it ignores both the sha256 fails and the model mismatches.
- Developed and successfully tested for my verizon samsung s8 g950u to g950u1 and combination firmware packages.
- Confirmed working on an unlocked S9+ g965U1 to VZW g965u.
- additional confirmation: G950w from G950u
- able to flash T727R4 firmware to T727V
- Confirmed working with S21 5G from G991U to G991U1
Ignores and bypasses the below stop conditions:
"FAIL! Model mismatch fail" (all PatcheD versions)
"FAIL! SHA256 is invalid" (all PatcheD versions)
"FAIL! Blocked carrier" (PatcheD versions >= 3.14.1)
Be careful flashing!
+20180313 - Added Stock odin 3.13.1 sourced from pedant87 / Added PatcheD odin v3.13.1
+20191211 - Added PatcheD v3.13.3 and original 3.13.3 for windows, Merry Christmas!
+2020???? - Added the only clean and original v3.14.1 for windows sourced from henklbr
+20200216 - Added ModdeD/PatcheD 3.14.1 for windows! Supports newer phone flashing methods (android 10 aka android Q)! A new check method for a carrier flash halt has been removed!
Caution #1 - There are many original/mod/patch copies floating around the internet with redirected links and other misleading claims and changes. The XDA links below are the only source for clean originals and the original 3B files.
Caution #2 - There is a newer 3.14.4 version of odin floating about. It appears to be a hacked version 3.14.1 (same filesize); has internal modifications and includes a known cloud-based client-server communication dll (cpprest141_2_10.dll)! I would suggest that it be avoided.
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Just a quick question / concern .. Just ran an analysis on your file here -> link
While I can't see too many differences after unzipping your exe and running a comparison with a hex editor against your original odin you provided .. still the online analysis results do make me ask the question
Online analysis of your original odin provided is here -> link