Yep. Y'all can wait for someone to get em for free, don't bother me. I paid for these files off GSM2File website so I could get them early. Why would I buy them to share with everyone for free? That's money out of my pocket lolNo, he rather charge people. Wait until someone else gets the files.
No, he rather charge people. Wait until someone else gets the files.
Here you go people. These are the working ASF6 files. I just finished flashing back from ASF7 and I'm now setting up my phone after the reset. Enjoy!
No Home_CSC in this Download, Just AP, CP & BL and do not know these are for Verizon or ATT phone. I need to get my ATT back to 2ASF6.
I have never flashed a phone before so bare with me....
I just bought a Galaxy S10 Plus Snapdragon from somebody and it ended up having AT&T's Firmware... I have service with Verizon and when i put my sim card in it worked, but of course i couldn't send pictures and do a couple other things through the android stock messaging app!... I wanted to flash the U1 on this phone but idk which file is the correct one... i also don't wanna mess anything up... I did try it but i got an error saying Sha256 and it didn't go any further... so i didn't bother going any further... Is there a step by step guide? Please help!!!
Nope. If the phone isn't doing the switch automatically when you insert your desired SIM, then you need to have U1 firmware in order to do the conversion properlyI have 2ASF6 on my S10+ but with ATT/ATT/CCT. I now have Verizon service and just want Verizon bootup,bloat, and service provider to switch to VZW/VZW/CCT. I can't just flash VZWDATA?
If it currently has AT&T firmware, and has not done the firmware conversion automatically via the SIM, then you can't just flash a T-Mobile build and get T-Mobile bloat and features. You need to go to U1 firstHey guys,
I got an SM-G975U with AT&T Unlocked off of eBay that is boot-looping like crazy and I was hoping that properly flashing another firmware on it would help. My carrier is T-Mobile, and inserting my SIM into the phone has worked up until it started boot-looping.
In terms of flashing it, can I just use ODIN directly with the firmware G975USQS2ASF7 from SamMobile? It seems like that's the latest firmware available for T-Mobile. Or do I have to flash the U1 firmware first, and if so, does it matter which one?
Nope. If the phone isn't doing the switch automatically when you insert your desired SIM, then you need to have U1 firmware in order to do the conversion properly
If it currently has AT&T firmware, and has not done the firmware conversion automatically via the SIM, then you can't just flash a T-Mobile build and get T-Mobile bloat and features. You need to go to U1 first
#Reboot Recovery Cause is [[odin]RebootRecoveryAfterOdinDL]#
Support: SINGLE SKU
Supported API: 3
Can't open dir '/data/vendor' (Permission denied)
Failed the resizing-data
Is there a specific version of U1 that I need to flash to first? Or will any U1 version do, and then I can flash to a specific T-Mo firmware that I want?
U1 has not yet caught up to bootloader V2, so I would recommend first flashing a V1 U1, then a slightly older V1 TMO firmware also. This will allow you to make sure the phone works properly, but without being stuck on V2 firmware in the event it does not.
Grab the latest U1 and TMO firmware I have in Post #2. Sorry it's a bit outdated, but that's a good thing in this case. Once you convert to U1 and it works, then flash the TMO firmware and be sure the use the non-Home CSC to wipe the phone. If all still goes well after, you can either take OTAs to get up to the newest release, or flash a newer firmware through Odin.
Bootloaders can't be downgraded, so once on V2, you can only flash V2 firmware, which is not out for U1 yet.Awesome! Thanks so much for the help. I'm having to send my S10+ back in for a replacement with the seller because the boot-loop issue is not going away, but I'll keep this in mind when I receive the new one.
Is there a disadvantage to using Bootloader V2? Or is it simply because it just came out so I would be very restricted in terms of the firmwares I can use?