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solitarymonkey

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I changed when i flashed the BTU build but im assuming its still networked locked

Network locking is never affected by firmware flashing. Network locks are protected using a completely different part of the phone. Never got around to seeing how phones do it. But yeah, flashing a different "brand" of firmware only changes bloat and bug fixes (assuming different versions).
 
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diego9016

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Network locking is never affected by firmware flashing. Network locks are protected using a completely different part of the phone. Never got around to seeing how phones do it. But yeah, flashing a different "brand" of firmware only changes bloat and bug fixes (assuming different versions).

Bu what about the CSC? Mine is COO and I would like to keep it that way if I flash another firmware, or is there a way to manually select the CSC?
 

datboy143

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Looking for some help. I rooted my s6 and now I can't get ota updates. Tried going to sammobile to find an update but can't find any for my phone. 1432955693539.jpg1432955707906.jpg attached is the model and csc code for my phone.Thanks for any help that is given.

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chesterx1

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Anybody have new version for smg920v. Ota doesnt work with rooted device. I would go back to stock on new ota cersion and then try and root

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hazri1974

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How to unlock the protective code?

---------- Post added at 10:32 PM ---------- Previous post was at 10:24 PM ----------

Please.....download from op and after extracted it, need to put password to unlock it....please help
 

alex_theta

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Ok so I live in Japan and my ROM version, unlike the rest of the world apparently,
doesn't begin with a 'G920'

Mine is SCV31KDU1AOE1

Now since its firemware isn't in this thread and seemingly nowhere on the internet,
does this mean if I flash a custom ROM I have no way of going back and thus maybe shouldn't?
 

solitarymonkey

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Ok so I live in Japan and my ROM version, unlike the rest of the world apparently,
doesn't begin with a 'G920'

Mine is SCV31KDU1AOE1

Now since its firemware isn't in this thread and seemingly nowhere on the internet,
does this mean if I flash a custom ROM I have no way of going back and thus maybe shouldn't?

That's the model number (g92**). The code ending in OE1 is the version code for the ROM running on your model.
Just to clear it up for you :)
 

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    Welcome to your central place where you can download the latest version of Samsung Galaxy S6 stock firmware for ALL variants.
    If you find any new stock firmwares that you want added to this list please PM ME!!


    Disclaimer: I am not responsible for anything that may happen to your device!!!

    Enjoy fast and uncapped download speeds and I will try to add more stock firmwares once they become available (especially AT&T and Verizon variants).

    You can also check out the full list here for DOWNLOADS: http://www.androidrootz.com/p/galaxy-s6-stock-firmware.html
    If you don't know how to use these stock TAR firmware follow this guide:http://www.androidrootz.com/2015/05/how-to-unroot-galaxy-s6-and-s6-edge.html

    Warning! Please do not post any Sammobile/Samsung-updates links as it violates XDA forum rules! ( see here , too )

    United States

    T-Mobile SM-G920T Galaxy S6 Stock Firmware
    Android Version: 5.1.1
    PDA: G920TUVU2COF6
    Download: Here


    T-Mobile SM-G920T Galaxy S6 Stock Firmware
    Android Version: 5.0.2
    PDA: G920TUVU1AOCG
    Download: Here


    Sprint SM-G920P Galaxy S6 Stock Firmware
    Android Version: 5.0.2
    PDA: G920PVPU1AOCF
    Download: Here


    AT&T SM-G920A Galaxy S6 Stock Firmware
    Android Version: 5.0.2
    PDA: G920AUCU1AOCE
    Download: Here


    Verizon SM-G920V Galaxy S6 Stock Firmware
    Android Version: 5.0.2
    PDA: G920VVRU1AOC3
    Download: Here


    US Cellular SM-G920R4 Galaxy S6 Stock Firmware
    Android Version: 5.0.2
    PDA: G920R4TYU1AOCB
    Download: Here


    Canada SM-G920W8
    Rogers SM-G920W8 Galaxy S6 Stock Firmware
    Android Version: 5.0.2
    PDA: G920W8VLU1AOCG
    Download: Here


    Telus SM-G920W8 Galaxy S6 Stock Firmware
    Android Version: 5.0.2
    PDA: G920W8VLU1AOCG
    Download: Here


    Bell SM-G920W8 Galaxy S6 Stock Firmware
    Android Version: 5.0.2
    PDA: G920W8VLU1AOCC
    Download: Here


    Videotron SM-G920W8 Galaxy S6 Stock Firmware
    Android Version: 5.0.2
    PDA: G920W8VLU1AOE1
    Download: Here


    Wind Mobile SM-G920W8 Galaxy S6 Stock Firmware
    Android Version: 5.0.2
    PDA: G920W8VLU1AOCG
    Download: Here


    United Kingdom SM-G920F (UK)
    H3G SM-G920F Galaxy S6 Stock Firmware
    Android Version: 5.0.2
    PDA: G920FXXU1AOCV
    Download: Here


    O2 SM-G920F Galaxy S6 Stock Firmware
    Android Version:5.0.2
    PDA: G920FXXU1AOCV
    Download: Here


    Vodafone SM-G920F Galaxy S6 Stock Firmware
    Android Version: 5.0.2
    PDA: G920FXXU1AOCZ
    Download: Here


    EE SM-G920F Galaxy S6 Stock Firmware
    Android Version: 5.0.2
    PDA: G920FXXU1AOCY
    Download: Here


    India SM-G920I

    India SM-G920I Galaxy S6 Stock Firmware
    Android Version: 5.0.2
    PDA: G920IDVU1BOE3
    Download: Here


    Spain SM-G920F

    Vodafone SM-G920F Galaxy S6 Stock Firmware
    Android Version: 5.0.2
    PDA: G920FXXU1AOCZ
    Download: Here


    Movistar SM-G920F Galaxy S6 Stock Firmware
    Android Version: 5.0.2
    PDA: G920FXXU1AOCV
    Download: Here


    South Africa SM-G920F
    SM-G920F Galaxy S6 Stock Firmware
    Android Version: 5.0.2
    PDA: G920FXXU1AOD4
    Download: Here


    Korea

    KT SM-G920K Galaxy S6 Stock Firmware
    Android Version: 5.0.2
    PDA: G920KKKU1AOD5
    Download: Here


    LG Uplus SM-G920L Galaxy S6 Stock Firmware
    Android Version: 5.0.2
    PDA: G920LKLU1AOD5
    Download: Here


    SK Telecom Galaxy S6 Stock Firmware
    Android Version: 5.0.2
    PDA: G920SKSU1AOD5
    Download: Here
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    XEF 6.0.1 mirror in case someone needs it
    PDA: G920FXXU3DPAD
    CSC: G920FOXA3DPAE
    Phone: G920FXXU3DPAD
    http://j.mp/21oaGHq
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    Another Mega link...

    Model: SM-G920F
    Model name: GALAXY S6
    Country: France
    Version: Android 5.1.1
    Changelist: 5012324
    Build date: Tue, 21 Jul 2015 04:17:20 +0000
    Product code: XEF
    PDA: G920FXXU2BOG8
    CSC: G920FOXA2BOG8

    G920FXXU2BOG8_G920FOXA2BOG8_G920FXXU2BOGE_HOME.tar.md5
    md5: 7A742C170428353E37B3D306B21CF9F0

    Remember, you can just use SamFirm to download this yourself - quicker than anything else
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    Guys,
    Let's all chill and have some fun. I have spent almost my entire Friday on fire trying to solve the same issues as you are currently experiencing with the firmware link I have posted.
    Sooo... let me explain before you begin recovery (and it will work, believe me!). 1) worry not!) 2).... the whole wrong comes from Odin. No matter what version of Odin you're using (and I used 3.10.6) and what firmware are you trying to flash (original, not so original, with MD5 or without) Odin will **** up your phone and get you stuck to the bloody "Downloading" screen. For me it happened after having a custom ROM installed and trying to revert to Vodafone UK original rom (namely "G920FXXU1AOCZ_G920FVFG1AOC4_G920FXXU1AOCW_HOME.tar.md5"). DITTO! On some S6s ODIN will ruin your life and you can check that there are other similar horror stories around.

    HOW DO I FIX THIS?
    Well... pretty simple! Thank God! The idea is that once you reboot you phone and it shows as stuck in "Download" screen you have to flash the "recovery.img" that is actually inside the ".TAR" or ".TAR.MD5" file you have just flashed.
    To do so you have to actually put the "recovery.img" you have just extracted from the ".TAR.MD5" (or just ".TAR) into a flashable file that ODIN understands. Yes, your'e right, in a blah-blah.tar.md5 or blah-blah.tar file.
    To do so I have downloaded and installed 7Zip (since it's able to mangle .tar files as opposed to WinRAR) and also downloaded a "pristine" .tar file like the TWRP recovery (e.g. twrp-2.8.6.2-zeroflte.img.tar). The TWRP fil actually contains in it a modified "recovery.img" file.
    Further on I have created a copy of the TWRP recovery file and named it "my-recovery.img.tar" (or call it whatever it fits you), opened it up in 7Zip and just dragged the "recovery.img" (you have extracted previously from the exact firmware ODIN has ruined at flashing last time) over the existing one in the archive. Click OK when 7Zip will prompt you that you are going to overwrite the existing "recovery.img" and you are done.
    Now simply flash the "my-recovery.img.tar" via ODIN to you S6 and once done you'll have a functional phone with the latest firmware! :)
    DON'T FORGET to go into the newly created recovery and factory reset! For your own safety the CSC has to be aligned from one old firmware to the new one.
    Here is the recovery image for Italy (Vodafone) 5.0.2 G920FXXU1AODG to get you out of the trouble with the latest firmware:
    my-recovery.img.tar

    ATTENTION
    While the above described procedure will get you out of trouble caused by ODIN and out of the "Downloading" mode it will not actually solve the whole issue. I just discovered myself that once I tried again the same ODIN firmware re-flashing with a different firmware I got stuck to the same nightmare.
    The solution is, once you go through the procedure I have described, to open up Samsung Smart Switch (the new "KIES" for S6 and S6 Edge), go to "MORE" --> "Emergency software recovery and initialization" and perform that task! I will actually re-write the latest firmware you have flashed to your phone BUT will also solve the ODIN issues. On my phone, after doing so, I was able to flash this latest Vodafone Italy I have uploaded here.
    The "Emergency software recovery and initialization" procedure has to be completed BEFORE you finish the setup procedure of your S6, you know the "WiFi" / Accounts / blah, blah (after flashing the firmware) and not afterwards. It least so I discover it to work.

    Please let me know how this tutorial worked for you.