- Feb 23, 2012
In case anyone is interested. Another thread in the S10 forum with Odin files. I went ahead and updated. No problem. Battery life seems better, fingerprint scanner seems more responsive.
i am not sure about what was happening before. but after i installed the below firmware, i was able to get into AT&T stuff. i am able to get video calling, wifi calling, volte settings. i am happy now
I saw you got success installing ATT firmware to get WIFI calling on, i troed to follow link for files. I saw multiple folders in there , SAT,SBA,SD3. Can you please tell me which one to use ?
Give me a moment.
https://forum.xda-developers.com/galaxy-s10/how-to/s10e-g973u-g973u1-firmware-links-t3905852Hi, I have a S10 AT&T and I want to install the firmware stock to remove everything from AT&T. Could you help me.
Baseband version: G973USQU2SBGJ
https://forum.xda-developers.com/galaxy-s10/how-to/s10e-g973u-g973u1-firmware-links-t3905852How do I get the latest atat firmware. I'm on U1 as well looking to get VoLTE and Wifi calling
I'm sorry but I'm looking around the thread and the u quoted someone saying u can't flash them files on ur OP. May I ask where I'm a supposed to look?
Everything that you need is in the OPI'm sorry but I'm looking around the thread and the u quoted someone saying u can't flash them files on ur OP. May I ask where I'm a supposed to look?
The one thing that has sometimes worked for other people is to flash U1 firmware, but with the AT&T (U) USERDATA fileDear Friends,
Looks like just flashing firmware does not help in getting wifi-calling, volte, etc. The phone I bought (Galaxy S10e SM-G970U) has ATT firmware, but mentioned services
are not available. I called AT&T, they told me the system checks the IMEI and figures out it's not a phone bought from ATT, so blocks
AM I stuck? What else can be done?
The one thing that has sometimes worked for other people is to flash U1 firmware, but with the AT&T (U) USERDATA file
I have no idea what "hack the IMEI" means. I suggested the above tip because some people reported it working. Rather than giving reasons as to why you think it won't work, maybe you should just try it and see if it does...?That's what I thought too, but AT&T checks the IMEI then provisions the service. That is how they explained in customer service.
The phone has all the ATT bloatware but IMEI is non ATT.
Any ideas? Maybe hack the IMEI? Is that possible?
I have no idea what "hack the IMEI" means. I suggested the above tip because some people reported it working. Rather than giving reasons as to why you think it won't work, maybe you should just try it and see if it does...?
You're definitely missing something. My suggestion was to flash U1, not UI think I'm missing something here. The firmware is already "U". Do you suggest to re-flash it?
Hey man I will pay if you can help get my unlocked s10 back on att. Thanks.Reference Material - YouTube Video
Here is an example, via YouTube, on how and what you should see when upgrading a Samsung Device:
Or... You can just manually boot to recovery, do the wipe there, and then choose Reboot Bootloader to go to Download Mode. Much fasterNOTICE (PLEASE READ):
Credit to @iBowToAndroid for the FIRMWARE.
3.) Perform a 'Factory Data Reset'
(Settings > General Management > Reset > Factory Data Reset)
4.) After the 'Factory Data Reset' is fully complete, your Device will restart. This is expected behavior.
5.) After the restart, you will be greeted with a 'Let's Go!' page and a prompt to select a language.
6.) Power off the Device.
7.) With the Device powered off, hold down the BIXBY BUTTON and the VOLUME DOWN KEY at the same time.
8.) While still holding down the BIXBY BUTTON and the VOLUME DOWN KEY, press and hold the POWER BUTTON.
9.) When done correctly, you will be greeted with a teal colored screen that reads the following:
A custom OS can cause critical problems in phone and installed applications.'
10.) Press the VOLUME UP KEY to enter 'Download Mode'.
Incorrect.Same steps but you'll use HOME_CSC instead of CSC_OMC.
Nope. HOME leaves data and settings intact, and the other one performs a wipe. A wipe is needed when swapping firmwares since the partition table is slightly different, and even if they were the same, you'd have crashes and glitches and errors galore until you wiped.@iBowToAndroid
I was under the impression if we go from U1 to U, we use CSC_OMC and HOME_CSC if we go back to U1.
1. If you want carrier bloat and/or specific features, then you need U firmware. You can't get any of that with U1Thanks for clarifying. You provided some insight on a prior thread but this is much more in-depth.
So, in this Users case, was a full flash of U software needed? Or could we have simply flashed the appropriate Userdata and CSC based on his Carrier of choice (AT&T)?
It's not newer. It's just been patched, to remove the incompatibilities that would normally appear. This is the correct version of Odin to use - it can flash pretty much anything, for any modelLet's try with a different Odin.
I've attached a newer patched version of Odin.
(Courtesy of this thread: https://forum.xda-developers.com/android/software/patched-odin-3-13-1-t3762572)