Stock Official Android Pie ODIN N960USQU1CSB3_TMB

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a63548

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Apr 6, 2009
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Model: SM-N960U
Model Name: Galaxy Note 9
Country: USA (T-Mobile)
Version: Android 9
Security Patch Level: 2019-02-01
Product Code: TMB
PDA: N960USQU1CSB3
CSC: N960UOYN1CSB3
Downloaded Using SamFirm

Download: N960USQU1CSB3_N960UOYN1CSB3_TMB (Google Drive Mirror) MD5: 9c38b64818bd43106e3cda5f742c6a6f
(Direct link from my dedicated server. Speeds should be fast)

Download Patched ODIN Here:
Odin3_v3.13.1_3B_PatcheD (Mirror) All Thanks To Venom0642 :)

Also, as mentioned in one of Venom0642's threads regarding using this for other carriers:
Venom0642 said:
This will work for all other carriers. Just don't flash the USERDATA_TMB. Then after you ODIN, just go to recovery and factory reset. Everything will be Stock for that carrier.
 
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bluphi1914

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Model: SM-N960U
Model Name: Galaxy Note 9
Country: USA (T-Mobile)
Version: Android 9
Security Patch Level: 2019-02-01
Product Code: TMB
PDA: N960USQU1CSB3
CSC: N960UOYN1CSB3
Downloaded Using SamFirm

Download: N960USQU1CSB3_N960UOYN1CSB3_TMB (Direct link from my dedicated server. Speeds should be very fast, but let me know if a mirror is needed)

Download Patched ODIN Here:
Odin3_v3.13.1_3B_PatcheD (Mirror) All Thanks To Venom0642 :)

Also, as mentioned in one of Venom0642's threads regarding using this for other carriers:

Can you use this to go from CSAA to CSB3?
 

Killawonka

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What do you do if your running the n960usqu1csa7? Do i need to odin back & if so what version do i odin back to so i can get the T-Mobile offical note 9 UI?
 

a63548

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What do you do if your running the n960usqu1csa7? Do i need to odin back & if so what version do i odin back to so i can get the T-Mobile offical note 9 UI?
Sorry, I'm honestly not too sure. Personally I would ODIN directly to CSB3 using CSC_ so data is wiped and clean. However, it might work to ODIN to CSB3 with HOME_CSC to keep your data intact. I am assuming you would want to keep your data?

If you're at all worried about losing any data, always backup, and in multiple locations. Maybe someone more knowledgeable has some more insight on this.
 
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n9fan

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Sorry, I'm honestly not too sure. Personally I would ODIN directly to CSB3 using CSC_ so data is wiped and clean. However, it might work to ODIN to CSB3 with HOME_CSC to keep your data intact. I am assuming you would want to keep your data?

If you're at all worried about losing any data, always backup, and in multiple locations. Maybe someone more knowledgeable has some more insight on this.

whats the difference b/w CSC_OYN and HOME_CSC
 

kevindevonwilliams

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What do you do if your running the n960usqu1csa7? Do i need to odin back & if so what version do i odin back to so i can get the T-Mobile offical note 9 UI?

Just Odin straight to CSB3.

---------- Post added at 11:30 PM ---------- Previous post was at 11:29 PM ----------

whats the difference b/w CSC_OYN and HOME_CSC

Home_CSC is to keep data, CSC_OYN would wipe your device.
 
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a63548

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Thank you for this! Do you happen to have a MD5 for this primary download?
Sure thing, the MD5 hash on the direct file downloaded from SamFirm, in which it verified the CRC32 as being matched is:

MD5: 9c38b64818bd43106e3cda5f742c6a6f

Both the directly downloaded file, as well as the file on the server have that MD5. :)
 
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onedonrazor

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Model: SM-N960U
Model Name: Galaxy Note 9
Country: USA (T-Mobile)
Version: Android 9
Security Patch Level: 2019-02-01
Product Code: TMB
PDA: N960USQU1CSB3
CSC: N960UOYN1CSB3
Downloaded Using SamFirm

Download: N960USQU1CSB3_N960UOYN1CSB3_TMB (Google Drive Mirror) MD5: 9c38b64818bd43106e3cda5f742c6a6f
(Direct link from my dedicated server. Speeds should be fast)

Download Patched ODIN Here:
Odin3_v3.13.1_3B_PatcheD (Mirror) All Thanks To Venom0642 :)

Also, as mentioned in one of Venom0642's threads regarding using this for other carriers:

So I have a question, not sure who can assist, I am currently on AT&T but I want my device to be T Mobile, how can I use these files to make the carrier swap? @Venom0642, could you assist please?

NB: device is unlocked
 

Mr. Orange 645

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So I have a question, not sure who can assist, I am currently on AT&T but I want my device to be T Mobile, how can I use these files to make the carrier swap? @Venom0642, could you assist please?

NB: device is unlocked

Once you update to Pie, all you have to do is put your SIM card in, and it automatically does the carrier switching for you.

My advice if you're currently on CSAA is to sideload CSB3, as that is the official T-Mobile build number (they skipped CSAA). Or if you wait long enough, ATT will be pushing CSB3.

Here is a Samsung document explaining BYOD firmware, which is included in Pie on the Note 9:


https://www.samsung.com/us/support/answer/ANS00078492/
 

onedonrazor

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Once you update to Pie, all you have to do is put your SIM card in, and it automatically does the carrier switching for you.

My advice if you're currently on CSAA is to sideload CSB3, as that is the official T-Mobile build number (they skipped CSAA). Or if you wait long enough, ATT will be pushing CSB3.

Here is a Samsung document explaining BYOD firmware, which is included in Pie on the Note 9:


https://www.samsung.com/us/support/answer/ANS00078492/
Actually what I am asking is firware switching, in short I would rather the phone be tagged to T Mobile, so when I turn it on I see the T Mobile splash instead of ATT,

I know unlocked devices is as simple as the sim card, I probably should have phrased the question in a different manner, thanks.
 

Mr. Orange 645

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Actually what I am asking is firware switching, in short I would rather the phone be tagged to T Mobile, so when I turn it on I see the T Mobile splash instead of ATT,

I know unlocked devices is as simple as the sim card, I probably should have phrased the question in a different manner, thanks.

That is EXACTLY what I was talking about. If you read the support document I linked, you'll see it says just that. I'm not talking about the UNBRANDED phones, neither is the support document. It said UNLOCKED, because you're phone has to be unlocked before you can SIM swap.
 

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