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Update [November 10, 2023]: Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro users in India are now receiving Android 7.1.1 Nougat update as an OTA, version bring C900FDDU1BQJ3. A firmware would be available soon, so do keep an eye on our Galaxy C9 Pro firmware page here. You can manually install the Nougat update on your C9 Pro using the firmware, and thus you don’t need to wait for Samsung to push the Nougat OTA to your device.

Update [May 04, 2023]: Rogers has now released Nougat for the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge with the update seeding throughout Canada. At the same time, Samsung is rolling out the April security patch to a couple of older devices as versions G360GYUBU1BQD1 for the Galaxy Core Prime, G530FZXXS1BQD1 for the Grand Prime, G850FXXU2CQD2 for the Galaxy Alpha and build J200HXXU0AQC2 for the Galaxy J2. In addition to that, Samsung has also released software version G901FXXS1CQD6 for the Galaxy S5 Plus.

Update [April 04, 2023]: The Nougat roadmap for turkey was recently updated by Samsung to reveal a few changes. The 2024 Galaxy A3 (SM-A310F) which was originally planned to be updated by 24th April now has its update date pushed to the first week of May. As for the Galaxy A5 2024 (SM-A510F) and A7 2024 (SM-A710F), their Nougat release dates were only pushed a week forward from 22nd May to a tentative date between 22nd and 28th may.

But there’s good news too, as three variants of the Galaxy Tab S2 now have their Nougat release dates sooner than expected. The Tab S2 variants going by model number SM-T817, SM-T810 and SM-T710 are now expected to receive Nougat by next week. All the 2024 Galaxy A series and Tab S2 variants mentioned here, will also receive Always On Display support with the Nougat update.

Update [February 18, 2023]: AT&T and T-Mobile have released the Android Nougat update for their Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge variants. The update brings a whole lot of Nougat goodies, and also the latest security patch for the month of February 2023. The software version of the Nougat update for the AT&T S7 and S7 Edge is G930AUCU4BQA6 and G935AUCU4BQA6, while that for T-Mobile variants is G930TUVU4BQB1 and G935TUVU4BQB1.

Update [February 16, 2023]: Well, we got some good news about the Note 5 Nougat release. As we just spotted the Android 7.0 update for three Note 5 variants — AT&T, T-Mobile and Canada — receive certification for 7.0 Nougat build at WiFi Alliance, we are sure that the updates are under finalization stage at Samsung.

What’s more? They might have been shipped to respective carriers for testing even. Guess we would hear soon from others like Verizon and Sprint too, while as only Samsung needs to test the update as regards international variant, its update could be hitting us anytime. So, yes, if you own SM-N920C, you could see your Galaxy Note 5 gets the Nougat released by February end, or early March. We also expect the Galaxy S6 to receive Nougat update around the same time as Note 5.

Update [January 31, 2023]: Galaxy S6 is expected to receive the Nougat update pretty soon, as a user manual for Android 7.0 update has already been uploaded at the Samsung Russia. This is our clue that the S6 Nougat OTA could be hitting devices very soon in Europe. After all, we saw something similar as regards Galaxy S7 Nougat too, whose 7.0 based user manual appeared days before the upgrade itself started rolling out. Although the manual makes mention of S6 Edge and S6 Edge Plus, we believe all three S6 sets are going to receive the update together, or at least the S6 and S6 Edge.

Update [January 26, 2023]: Samsung is now testing the Android 7.0 Nougat update for Galaxy Tab S2. The update will be coming to several of Galaxy Tab S2 variants including AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile and Sprint in the US.

Update [January 17, 2023]: Samsung has releases the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge Nougat update to masses in Europe, which means that even non-beta users are receiving the Android 7.0 OTA update today. Looks like yesterday’s report about Nougat release in halt from China was all about Chinese variant, which is based on Qualcomm processor, because we are seeing it live for the Exynos based S7 sets Samsung sold in Europe and some parts of Asia. The build number of the Galaxy S7 Nougat update is G930FXXU1DPLT, while that for S7 Edge is G935FXXU1DPLT.

Update [January 16, 2023]: Bummer! Looks like due to issues unknown, Samsung has had to halt the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge Nougat release for a while. Yep, we’re all sad to learn that, but we hope the bugs are fixed pretty soon to allow the company to perform the global release soon. All the while, Samsung has continued the release of beta Nougat update for the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge in China as today, users reported that build DAQ4 is showing up as an OTA.

Update [January 13, 2023]: Samsung has finally rolled out the official Android 7.0 Nougat build to Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge users. The update comes with build number G935FXXU1DPLT and is currently rolling out to users who participated in the Galaxy beta program. For everyone else, Samsung will roll out the update on January 17th.

Update [January 04, 2023]: Some cool guy on the web in what it seems to be, in possession of stable build of Samsung Nougat update for the Galaxy S7 Edge, teased a screenshot today that gives us build no. of the stable Samsung Nougat release (G935FXXU1DPLR). Should be G930FXXU1DPLR for the Galaxy S7 then. Of course, this could be edited easily from build.prop, but we don’t think of it as so. Here is the screenshot.

Update [December 20, 2024]: Samsung has released the 4th iteration of its Nougat beta update, which is rolling out right now dubbed as software version G930FXXU1ZPLH and G935FXXU1ZPLH for the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge respectively. The PLH update comes in at 280MB and removes the Notes app, while bug fixing and improving the device stability.

Update [November 10, 2024]: New leak today revealed the software version of the Android 7.0 Nougat update we would see in action on the US Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge sets at AT&T, Sprint, Verizon and T-Mobile. Yes, that’s right. Even though Samsung has only released the beta version of its Nougat update yet, only yesterday, the leak mountain is rolling down build no. of the supposed Android 7.0 build for the US carrier tied S7 and S7 Edge sets.

Here are the build no. of Nougat update for USA carriers. Galaxy S7: G930AUCU4ZPK4, G930TUVU4ZPK4, G930PVPU4ZPK4 and G930VVRU4ZPK4. Galaxy S7 Edge: G935AUCU4ZPK4, G935TUVU4ZPK4, G935PVPU4ZPK4 and G935VVRU4ZPK4.

Update [November 09, 2024]: Samsung is now delivering on its promise of November 9 release of its Android 7.0 Nougat beta update, as we are seeing users in Korea now receiving the Nougat beta as an OTA. The image below depicts just that, the Grace UX from Note 7 is also part of the Android 7.0 build you get in beta update.

Update [November 05, 2024]: We told you earlier about Samsung updating their Sidesync app to mention support for Android 7.0, and not Samsung has the standalone app in Galaxy beta program available for download, which allows you to participate for latest UX from Samsung, that comes along with Android 7.0 Nougat update. Yes, if you want Nougat as beta update, you can enroll into the program, but it makes sense only if you own a Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge, and are in UK, which is where the beta program is applicable.

Samsung hasn’t mentioned S7 sets BTW, but we know from experience that S series gets the major Android update before all other Samsung sets — FYI, Marshmallow released as beta on Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge first last year, in UK.

Update [October 11, 2024]: We’re yet to hear any official word on Nougat release by Samsung, but already, next version of the OS, Android 7.1, is announced and will be coming as pre-installed on the Google Pixel and Pixel sets. In fact, some Android 7.1 apps from Pixel devices are already available for download, but while they are working on the Nexus 6P (on 7.0), same cannot be said about the Galaxy S6 and S7 because they are still on Android 6.0.1, and are topped by Samsung’s custom skin, TouchWiz UI.

In case you grew curious — after watching Google Pixel announcement — about when Samsung could be releasing the Android 7.1 update, well, know that it won’t be anytime soon as we’re yet to see company roll out the 7.0 update. If anything, Samsung could bring the Android 7.1 update to its Galaxy S6 and S7 on Q2 2023, along with perhaps Note 7 too. Q3 2023 should see 7.1 update arrive on Note 5, A series, On series, C series, etc. sets of Samsung, some of which could directly see the 7.1 update, skipping 7.0. If this happens, we’ll only be glad.

Original article: We don’t expect Samsung to lead the Android 7.0 Nougat rollout, something we think will be dominated by Motorola and HTC, but we do know that the Korean giant’s rockstar devices are on the front-foot of list that users demand the Nougat update for.

Quite easily, there are more Galaxy S7 and S6 users asking us for the 7.0’s release than the likes of HTC 10 and One M9 respectively, and the same goes for every other Android OEM’s flagship too, for the year for example, when compared to Galaxy S7.

So, here’s a quick breakdown of expected Nougat release for all popular Samsung devices, along with the eligibility of the device and the likelihood of it receiving the Nougat update unofficially as a custom ROM, mostly CM14.

Galaxy S series: S7, S7 Edge, S6, S6 Edge, etc.

Device

Nougat Status

Exp. Release

Unofficial 7.0

Galaxy S7

Confirmed

Dec 2024

Jan-Feb 2023 for USA

Unlikely

Galaxy S7 edge

Confirmed

Jan-Feb 2023 for USA

Unlikely

Galaxy S7 active

Confirmed

Q1 2023

Unlikely

Galaxy S6

Confirmed

Q1 2023

Likely

Galaxy S6 edge

Confirmed

Q1 2023

Likely

Galaxy S6 edge plus

Confirmed

Q1 2023

Unlikely

Galaxy S6 Duos

Confirmed

Q1 2023

Unlikely

Galaxy S6 active

Confirmed

Q2 2023

Unlikely

Galaxy S5

Not Eligible

N.A.

Yes, under testing

Galaxy S5 Neo

Not Eligible

N.A.

Likely

Galaxy S4

Not Eligible

N.A.

Yes, under testing

Galaxy S4 Mini

Not Eligible

N.A.

Likely

Galaxy S3

Not Eligible

N.A.

Yes, under testing

Galaxy S3 Mini

Not Eligible

N.A.

Likely

Galaxy S3 Neo

Not Eligible

N.A.

Likely

Galaxy S2 i9100

Not Eligible

N.A.

Yes, under testing

Galaxy S i9000

Not Eligible

N.A.

Likely

Update [December 22, 2024]: Samsung should be about to release the Galaxy S7 stable Nougat update now, as December was the month it was set for launch. The beta testing program is closed for new user registration for long now, and its latest update also came few days ago, all pointing to quicker Galaxy S7 Android 7.0 release. The Galaxy S7 Edge would receive the 7.0 update along with S7 too.

We expect the Galaxy S6 Nougat update to arrive by the end of January 2023, as even the Galaxy A5 2024 edition is scheduled for Nougat at that time, but the carrier locked S6 variants in USA (AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon and US Cellular) may have wait for long time.

We already know that testing for the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge Nougat has started at Samsung, so expecting the next month’s release isn’t a far fetched hoping by any means.

Galaxy Note series: Note 7, Note 5, etc.

Device

Status

Exp. Release

Unofficial 7.0

Galaxy Note 7

Cancelled

NA

NA

Galaxy Note 5

Likely, Unconfirmed

Q1 2023

Unlikely

Galaxy Note 5 Duos

Likely, Unconfirmed

Q1 2023

Unlikely

Galaxy Note 4

Not Eligible

N.A.

Likely

Galaxy Note Edge

Not Eligible

N.A.

Likely

Galaxy Note 3 Neo

Not Eligible

N.A.

Likely

Galaxy Note 3

Not Eligible

N.A.

Likely

Galaxy Note 2

Not Eligible

N.A.

Likely

Galaxy Note 1

Not Eligible

N.A.

Yes, under testing

Galaxy Note 7 is expected the receive the Nougat update before other Note sets, naturally, and that may happen after around one month of the release of the Galaxy S7 7.0 build. FYI, there doesn’t exists a Galaxy Note 6 — Samsung jumped to Note 7 from Note 5, in case you didn’t know! — so, Note 5 isn’t that old as it now sounds thanks to Note 7.

Galaxy On series: On8, On7 and On5

Device

Status

Exp. Release

Unofficial 7.0

Galaxy On8

Likely, Unconfirmed

Q1 2023

Unlikely

Galaxy On7 Pro

Likely, Unconfirmed

Q1 2023

Unlikely

Galaxy On7

Likely, Unconfirmed

Q1 2023

Unlikely

Galaxy On5 Pro

Likely, Unconfirmed

Q1 2023

Unlikely

Galaxy On5

Likely, Unconfirmed

Q1 2023

Unlikely

Samsung released the On8 to its Indian fans, but it’s also available as J7 Prime in Chinese market. After all, it’s actually a J7, you know by device’s model no. which runs as J710F. Anyway, we expect all Samsung Galaxy On sets to taste Nougat in future, although that won’t be near future. You’re looking at Q1 and Q2 release here.

Galaxy A Series: A9, A8, A7, A5, A3 etc.

Device

Status

Exp. Release

Unofficial 7.0

Galaxy A9 Pro (2024)

Likely, Unconfirmed

Q1 2023

Unlikely

Galaxy A9 (2024)

Likely, Unconfirmed

Q1 2023

Unlikely

Galaxy A8 Duos

Likely, Unconfirmed

Q1 2023

Unlikely

Galaxy A8

Likely, Unconfirmed

Q1 2023

Unlikely

Galaxy A7 (2024)

Confirmed

22nd – 28th May 2023

Unlikely

Galaxy A7

Unlikely

N.A.

Likely

Galaxy A7 Duos

Unlikely

N.A.

Likely

Galaxy A5 (2024)

Confirmed

22nd – 28th May 2023

Unlikely

Galaxy A5

Unlikely

N.A.

Likely

Galaxy A3 (2024)

Confirmed

24th April 2023

Unlikely

Galaxy A3

Not Eligible

N.A.

Likely

Galaxy Alpha

Not Eligible

N.A.

Likely

The Nougat roadmap for Samsung Turkey has been updated to reveal that the release dates for the 2024 Galaxy A series have now been postponed to 24th April for the Galaxy A3 and the fourth week of May for the Galaxy A5 2024 and A7 2024.

Update [December 22, 2024]: Australian carrier Optus has confirmed the Galaxy A5 Nougat update today, even revealing that the update has reached them from Samsung for testing. Optus plans to finish the testing soon, and is targeting the Android 7.0 release for the Galaxy A5 2024 by the end of January 2023. We hope other regions and unlocked Galaxy A5 sets will be receiving the Nougat update too in January 2023.

Started back in 2014, it’s fair to say Galaxy A series has been a success for Samsung. Dubbing under the A heading, Samsung’s been able to properly separate devices from other of its own sets in similar range. Those A series devices that released in 2024 and 2024 can safely be expected the get Nougat treatment by the end of Q2 2023, though the update should start hitting in February 2023.

Galaxy C Series: C9, C7 & C5

Device

Status

Exp. Release

Unofficial 7.0

Galaxy C7

Likely, Unconfirmed

Q1 2023

Unlikely

Galaxy C5

Likely, Unconfirmed

Q1 2023

Unlikely

Samsung’s premium Galaxy C series, that touches the price segment right below the popular S series, is the one we like a lot, too. Samsung packs in impressive hardware with its C series sets, but is yet to release them in more market — they’re confined to China only for the time being. Chinese can expect to see Android 7.0 Nougat running on their Galaxy C5 and C6 by the end of Q1 2023, although the rollout should start as an OTA by the end of January 2023.

Galaxy E series: E7 & E5

Device

Status

Exp. Release

Unofficial 7.0

Galaxy E7

Unlikely

N.A.

Unlikely

Galaxy E5

Unlikely

N.A.

Unlikely

Now dropped by Samsung, company’s E series got little popularity of its own in India and other developing economies. Release back in early 2024, and although eligible, we won’t be surprised if Samsung drops Nougat support for the Galaxy E5 and E7. That’s unfair for those who bought, but again, we think those who bought an E series set wouldn’t care about the updates as much as we care. Really. That price segment is such, unless it belongs to online-only (or almost that!) catering OEMs like Xiaomi, Huawei, etc.

Galaxy J Series: J7, J5, J3, etc.

Device

Status

Exp. Release

Unofficial 7.0

Galaxy J7 Prime

Likely, Unconfirmed

Q2 2023

Unlikely

Galaxy J7 (2024)

Likely, Unconfirmed

Q2 2023

Unlikely

Galaxy J7

Likely, Unconfirmed

Q2 2023

Unlikely

Galaxy J5 (2024)

Likely, Unconfirmed

Q2 2023

Unlikely

Galaxy J5

Likely, Unconfirmed

Q2 2023

Unlikely

Galaxy J3 Pro

Likely, Unconfirmed

Q2 2023

Unlikely

Galaxy J3 (2024)

Likely, Unconfirmed

Q2 2023

Unlikely

Galaxy J2 Pro (2024)

Likely, Unconfirmed

Q2 2023

Unlikely

Galaxy J2 (2024)

Likely, Unconfirmed

Q2 2023

Unlikely

Galaxy J2

Unlikely

N.A.

Unlikely

Galaxy J1 Nxt

Unlikely

N.A.

Unlikely

Galaxy J1 Ace

Unlikely

N.A.

Unlikely

Galaxy J1 (2024)

Unlikely

N.A.

Unlikely

Galaxy J1

Unlikely

N.A.

Unlikely

Galaxy J Max

Unlikely

N.A.

Unlikely

How Samsung performs with Galaxy J sets as regard Nougat update could have far reaching implications for the series’ popularity — good or bad — among the youth who are being targeted by Samsung with this series.

Samsung is promoting the likes of Galaxy J5 and J7 a lot, even hiring a well-paid actor in India to make these two devices extremely popular, so updating these two sets would be crucial for Samsung, and doing so on time, a winning card.

Other Galaxy sets: Grand, Ace, etc.

Device

Status

Exp. Release

Unofficial 7.0

Galaxy Ace 4

Not eligible

N.A.

Least Likely

Galaxy Ace 3

Not eligible

N.A.

Yes, under testing

Xcover 550

Unlikely

N.A.

Least Likely

Galaxy Young 2

Not eligible

N.A.

Least Likely

Galaxy Xcover 3

Unlikely

N.A.

Least Likely

Galaxy View

Unlikely

N.A.

Least Likely

Galaxy Express 2

Not eligible

N.A.

Yes, under testing

Galaxy V

Not eligible

N.A.

Least Likely

Galaxy Grand Prime

Not eligible

N.A.

Yes, under testing

Galaxy Grand Neo

Not eligible

N.A.

Least Likely

Galaxy Grand

Not eligible

N.A.

Least Likely

Galaxy Grand 2

Unlikely

N.A.

Yes, under testing

Galaxy Mega 6.3

Not Eligible

N.A.

Yes, under testing

The above sets are long forgotten, except by truly awesome Android development community who have already bestowed some of these with unofficial Android 7.0 build, you cannot expect Samsung to work on Nougat update for these sets.

Galaxy Tab sets: Tab E, Tab A, Tab S, etc.

Device

Status

Exp. Release

Unofficial 7.0

Galaxy Tab S2

Confirmed

7th – 14th April 2023

Yes, under testing

Galaxy Tab S

Unlikely

N.A.

Yes, under testing

Galaxy Tab J

Unlikely

N.A.

Least Likely

Galaxy Tab E 9.6

Unlikely

N.A.

Least Likely

Galaxy Tab E 8.0

Likely, unconfirmed

Q2 2023

Unlikely

Galaxy Tab A 9.7

Unlikely

N.A.

Least Likely

Galaxy Tab A 8.0

Unlikely

N.A.

Least Likely

Galaxy Tab A 7.0 (2024)

Likely, unconfirmed

Q2 2023

Unlikely

Galaxy Tab A 10.1 (2024)

Likely, unconfirmed

Q2 2023

Unlikely

Galaxy Tab A & S Pen

Unlikely

N.A.

Least Likely

Galaxy Tab 4 7.0

Not eligible

N.A.

Least Likely

Galaxy Tab 4 10.1 (2024)

Not eligible

N.A.

Least Likely

Galaxy Tab 3 V

Not eligible

N.A.

Least Likely

Galaxy Tab 3 Lite 7.0 VE

Not eligible

N.A.

Least Likely

Galaxy Tab 3 7.0

Not eligible

N.A.

Least Likely

Galaxy Note 10.1

Not eligible

N.A.

Yes, under testing

Galaxy Tab Pro

Not eligible

N.A.

Yes, under testing

The owners of the original Galaxy Tab S2 will soon be able to get a taste of Nougat as it has been revealed to release between 7th and 14th April. The update will also bring Always On Display support which goes hand in hand with the AMOLED displays present on the tablets.

The tablets have lost their mojo clearly, as in the last few years, not only the launches have reduced by significant no., but even those available are’t eyed by consumers with great enthusiasm. Blame it on the very nature of them devices, or emergence of Android Wear watches (which are also fading a bit, BTW), right now, only Samsung has some decent offerings as regards Android tablets.

Those released within a year or year-and-half are expected to receive the Android 7.0 Nougat update. And that too by Q2 2023. And that’s that.

So, what are your thoughts on the Samsung Nougat update release?

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Install Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 Lte Android 4.4.2 Kitkat Update: P605Xxucne2

Last week, Samsung started rolling out the KitKat update for Galaxy Note 10.1 starting with Germany with the N8000XXUDNE4 firmware. Now the Android 4.4.2 KitKat update for the Galaxy Note 10.1 LTE SM-P605 have begun rolling out.

The Galaxy Note 10.1 LTE KitKat update will include performance improvements and other basic KitKat goodies like white status bar icons, camera app lockscreen shortcut and more.

  WARNING!

Warranty may be void of your device if you follow the procedures given on this page.

You only are responsible for your device. We won’t be liable if any damage occurs to your device and/or its components.

  SAMSUNG GALAXY NOTE 10.1 LTE SM-P605 OFFICIAL ANDROID 4.4.2 KITKAT FIRMWARE: P605XXUCNE2

Before you begin with guide instructions below, make sure your android device is adequately charged — at least 50% battery of the device.

  STEP 0: CHECK DEVICE MODEL NO.

To make sure your device is eligible with this, you must first confirm its model no. in ‘About device’ option under Settings. Another way to confirm model no. is by looking for it on the packaging box of your device. It must be SM-P605!

Do NOT use the procedures discussed here on any Galaxy model (including the Galaxy NOTE tablets) or any other device of Samsung or any other company. You have been warned!

  STEP 1: BACKUP YOUR DEVICE

Back up important data and stuff before you start playing around here as there are chances you might lose your apps and app-data (app settings, game progress, etc.), and in rare case, files on the internal memory, too.

For help on Backup and Restore, check out our exclusive page on that linked right below.

► ANDROID BACK UP AND RESTORE GUIDE: APPS AND TIPS

  STEP 2: INSTALL LATEST DRIVER

You must have proper and working driver installed on your windows computer to be able to successfully flash stock firmware on your Galaxy NOTE 10.1. In case you’re not sure, follow the link below for a definitive guide for installing driver for your NOTE 10.1 on your computer.

► SAMSUNG GALAXY NOTE 10.1 DRIVERS INSTALLATION GUIDE

   STEP 3: INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS   DOWNLOADS

Download the Odin zip file and firmware file given below. Transfer both Odin and firmware file to a separate folder on your computer just to keep things tidy.

  ODIN ZIP FILE   FIRMWARE ZIP FILE   STEP-BY-STEP GUIDE

Important Note: Backup important files stored on internal SD card of your device, so that in case a situation arises requiring you to do a factory reset after flashing stock firmware, which might format internal sd card too, your files will remain safe on PC.

Extract/Unzip the Odin zip file, Latest Odin3 v3.09.zip on your computer (using 7-zip free software, preferably) to get this file: Odin3 v3.09.exe

Extract/Unzip the Firmware zip file, chúng tôi on your computer (using 7-zip free software, preferably) to get this file: P605XXUCNE2 _P605OXACNE2_P605XXUCNE2.tar.md5

Move the extracted file, P605XXUCNE2 _P605OXACNE2_P605XXUCNE2.tar.md5, in the same folder in which you extracted Latest Odin3 v3.09.zip (Just for your convenience, that is). So, now you’ll have the following files in that folder:

Odin3 v3.09.exe

P605XXUCNE2 _P605OXACNE2_P605XXUCNE2.tar.md5

Disconnect the Galaxy NOTE 10.1 LTE from PC if it is connected.

Boot your Galaxy NOTE 10.1  into Download Mode (the image below of S2 would help you):

Power off your phone first and wait for 6-7 seconds after display is off

Press and hold these 2 buttons together until you see Warning! screen: Volume Down + Power

If you don’t get the Added! message, here are some troubleshooting tips:

Make sure you have installed driver for Galaxy NOTE 10.1  as said above.

If you have already installed driver, then uninstall them and re-install back.

Connect using a different USB port on your PC.

Try a different USB cable. The original cable that came with your phone should work best, if not, try any other cable that’s new and of good quality.

Reboot phone and PC and then try again.

Load the firmware file (extracted in Step 2) into Odin as instructed below:

Now in the Option section of Odin, make sure that Re-Partition box is unchecked. (Auto Reboot and F. Reset Time boxes remain checked, while all other boxes remain unchecked.)

Double check the above two steps.

If you see FAIL message instead of the PASS in Odin’s top left box, that’s a problem. Try this now: disconnect your Galaxy NOTE 10.1  from PC, close Odin, remove phone’s battery and put it back inside in 3-4 seconds, open Odin and then repeat from Step 6 of this guide again.

Also, If device is Stuck at setup connection or on any other process, then too, try this: disconnect your NOTE 10.1  from PC, close Odin, remove phone’s battery and put it back inside in 3-4 seconds, open Odin and then repeat from Step 6 of this guide again.

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Update Verizon Samsung Galaxy S3 To Android 4.4.2 Kitkat With Official Aokp Rom

Known Bugs/Issues

[As of January 08, 2014]

No bugs reported yet.

  WARNING!

Warranty may be void of your device if you follow the procedures given on this page.

You only are responsible for your device. We won’t be liable if any damage occurs to your device and/or its components.

Before you begin with guide instructions below, make sure your android device is adequately charged — at least 50% battery of the device.

  STEP 0: CHECK DEVICE MODEL NO.

To make sure your device is eligible with this, you must first confirm its model no. in ‘About device’ option under Settings. Another way to confirm model no. is by looking for it on the packaging box of your device. It must be SCH-I535!

Please know that this page is meant only for Verizon Samsung Galaxy S3. Please DO NOT try the procedures given here on other variants of the Galaxy S3 (including the S3 devices at At&T, US Cellular, T-Mobile and International Ones) or on any other device of Samsung or any other company. You have been Warned!

  STEP 1: BACKUP YOUR DEVICE

Back up important data and stuff before you start playing around here as there are chances you might lose your apps and app-data (app settings, game progress, etc.), and in rare case, files on the internal memory, too.

For help on Backup and Restore, check out our exclusive page on that linked right below.

► ANDROID BACK UP AND RESTORE GUIDE: APPS AND TIPS

  STEP 2: INSTALL THE LATEST CWM/TWRP RECOVERY

 Skip this step if you already have latest version of CWM or TWRP recovery installed on your device.

Make sure that you’ve latest version of the recovery installed on your device.

Older versions of CWM and TWRP recoveries are not working with Android 4.4 based ROMs, throwing installation errors and WiFi bugs, therefore you need to use the latest version of either recovery.

For help on installing recovery on your Verizon Galaxy S3, check our exclusive pages on TWRP and CWM recoveries for Verizon Galaxy S3.

► GET TWRP RECOVERY FOR VERIZON GALAXY S3

► GET CWM RECOVERY FOR VERIZON GALAXY S3

   STEP 3: INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

  DOWNLOADS

Download the file given below and transfer it to a separate folder on your phone and remember the location.

  ROM FILE

For latest version of the ROM, check the original page →

  GAPPS FILE

Be sure to transfer the ROM and Gapps files you downloaded above to your phone and remember the location of the files. You will need to flash them now on your device using either of ClockworkMod (CWM) or TWRP recovery.

We’ve got separate guide for CWM and TWRP recovery, so use the guide relevant to the recovery you have installed on your device.

  GUIDE FOR FLASHING ROM IN CWM RECOVERY

Boot into recovery mode. If you’re rooted, the easiest way to boot into recovery mode would be using the QuickBoot app. If not rooted, then follow the instructions below:

Power off your device and wait for 5-10 seconds until the device is fully switched off.

└ In Recovery mode, use Volume buttons to navigate Up and Down between options and use Power button to select an option.

Create a Nandroid Backup from recovery. It’s optional but very important to do, so that in case something goes wrong you can restore to current status easily. For making a Nandroid Backup, go to Backup And Restore » Backup.

Perform a full clean-up of the device (This will delete all apps and their settings and game progress). For this:

Select Wipe data/Factory reset, then select Yes on the next screen to confirm factory reset (screenshot).

Select Wipe Cache Partition, then select Yes on the next screen to confirm wiping cache.

First Install the ROM file:

Select Install zip » Choose zip from sdcard (or external sdcard, you know where your files are) » browse to the location where you saved the file and select the ROM file.

└ Make sure to first flash the ROM file and then the Gapps file.

Reboot your device. For this, go back to the main menu of recovery and select reboot system now.

That’s all. Your phone will now reboot and it will take some time as it’ll be phone’s first boot after installing Android 4.4, be extremely excited for this!

 Note: In case your device gets bootloop (stuck at logo while rebooting), just do a factory reset (step 3) and you will be fine.

GUIDE FOR TWRP RECOVERY USERS

Boot into recovery mode. If you’re rooted, the easiest way to boot into recovery mode would be using the QuickBoot app. If not rooted, then follow the instructions below:

Power off your device and wait for 5-10 seconds until the device is fully switched off.

Press and hold  Volume Up + Home + Power buttons together and release them as soon as you see the Galaxy S3 logo.

Create a Nandroid Backup from recovery. It’s optional but very important to do, so that in case something goes wrong you can restore to current status easily. For making a Nandroid Backup, go to Backup » and select all check boxes and swipe on the Swipe to confirm option at the bottom of the screen to confirm backup.

Perform a Factory Reset (this will delete all apps and their settings and game progress). For this:

Tap on Wipe » then at the bottom of the screen do a Swipe on the ‘Swipe to factory reset‘ option (screenshot).

First Install the ROM file:

└ Make sure to first flash the ROM file and then the Gapps file.

Reboot your device. Go back to the main menu of recovery and tap on Reboot » then, tap on System to reboot your phone.

That’s all. Your phone will now reboot and it will take some time as it’ll be phone’s first boot after installing Android 4.4, be extremely excited for this!

 Note: In case your device gets bootloop (stuck at logo while rebooting), just do a factory reset (step 3) and you will be fine.

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Android 5.1 Update For Verizon Galaxy Note 2 Arrives Unofficially Already

There are only slim chances that Verizon Galaxy Note 2 will ever see an official Android 5.1 OTA update from Samsung, more so because the device is already more than 2 years old now, an update criteria that most OEMs follow, and also because Samsung is known to be lethargic with updates. So, there is lot to cheer for when an unofficial update makes a way towards your Galaxy Note 2.

Based on Android 5.1, the Cyanogenmod 12.1 custom ROM blesses your Samsung Galaxy Note 2 at Verizon with pure stock UI, and some of the coolest customization options around, without overdoing it. After all, it’s still the most popular of ROMs. ROM’s Developer has even mixed some beautiful features from other popular ROMs like Slim, Nameless, etc. and has brought the Sabermod into the mix too. Incredible work! And when official update is a no, you can’t ask for more than this.

Being in early stage of development, the CM12.1 ROM isn’t all smooth and not void of several force close errors at some points either, but that’s not to say you’ll struggle a lot. It’s good and most of the basic functions work all fine. Calls, data, wi-fi, bluetooth, etc. are properly working, while in due course, most of the bugs will be ironed out too.

And in any case, if you want to go back to official Samsung KitKat firmware for your Verizon Note 2, you can do so pretty easily — a simple firmware flash using Odin software is all it takes to remove custom ROM, custom recovery and root, all in one shot, and restoring the phone back to stock, Samsung firmware.

Note: As you already know, it’s not an official Samsung Android 5.1 update for Verizon Note 2, so expect few kinks at some corners of the ROM that are yet to be fixed by the team. Any major bugs will be reported below.

Bugs

None (Be sure to flash RIL patch after installing ROM to get network working properly!)

Download the ROM file in .zip format from the source development page here, where you could also keep a tab on updates for the ROM, and any current issues with the ROM with fixes, if any, available. Also download the RIL patch file given there besides the ROM, and the Gapps file from the same page.

Supported devices

Samsung Galaxy Note 2 at Verizon, model no. SCH-i605

Don’t try on any other Note series set or other device of Samsung or any other company

Instructions

Warning: Warranty may be void of your device if you follow the procedures given on this page. You only are responsible for your device. We won’t be liable if any damage occurs to your device and/or its components.

Important Note: Backup important files stored on your device before proceeding with the steps below, so that in case something goes wrong you’ll have backup of all your important files.

Transfer the ROM file package file to your device’s internal storage and remember the location where you save it.

You need TWRP recovery for this. Get it from here. There’s good instructions set there, too. For more help, Google is your friend.

Boot into Recovery mode.

Once in TWRP recovery, take a backup of your current ROM. Select Backup, then do a “Swipe to Back Up” on the bottom of the screen.

Once the backup is finished, select Wipe, then do a “Swipe to Factory Reset” on the bottom of the screen.

Go back to the main menu of TWRP recovery and select Install.

Navigate to the file where you saved your ROM’s zip file, select it and “Swipe to Confirm Flash” on the bottom of the screen. Now wait until the flashing process finishes.

Similarly, flash the RIL patch file.

Also flash the Gapps file the same way.

Go to back to recovery’s Main menu, select Reboot » select System.

Your device will now reboot with Android 5.1 update, thanks to CM12.1 custom ROM.

In case you need any help over this, let us know. And, you can thank the developer  for this.

Android 5.1 update is also available on:

Latest Twrp Recovery For Google Edition Samsung Galaxy S4 (Android 4.4 Compatible!)

Even though Samsung isn’t manufacturing the newer Nexus lineup, they still tend to fulfill raw developer needs by providing their flagship device with raw Android. With the enormous developer appeal, Google Edition Galaxy S4 receives updates/upgrades pretty quickly.

The TWRP has recently released an update to their recovery for Google Edition Galaxy S4 which not only promises new features but also iron outs the in-compatibility issue with Android 4.4 ROMs like CyanogenMod 11, OmniRom, SlimKat, etc.

At the time of writing the post, the latest version of TWRP recovery for Google Edition Galaxy S4 is 2.6.3.1.

WARNING!

Warranty may be void of your device if you follow the procedures given on this page!

You only are responsible for your device. We won’t be liable if any damage occurs to your device and/or its components.

CHECK DEVICE MODEL NO.

To make sure your device is eligible with this, you must first confirm its model no. in ‘About device’ option under Settings. Another way to confirm model no. is by looking for it on the packaging box of your device. It must be GT-I9505G!

Please know that this page is meant only for Samsung Galaxy S4, model no. GT-I9505G. Please DO NOT try the procedures given here on other variants of the Galaxy S4: GT_I9500/GT-I9505, or the S4 sets at Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, C-Spire and others who have different model no.

BEFORE YOU BEGIN..

You must do this pre-installation stuff before attempting to install TWRP Recovery on your Google Edition Galaxy S4 in order to avoid any complications later, and have a smooth and successful process.

BACK UP YOUR DEVICE

Back up important data and stuff before you start playing around here as there are chances you might lose your apps and app-data (app settings, game progress, etc.), and in rare case, files on sd card, too.

For help on Backup and Restore, check out our exclusive page on that linked right below.

► ANDROID BACK UP AND RESTORE GUIDE: APPS AND TIPS

INSTALL GALAXY S4 DRIVER

You must have proper and working driver installed on your windows computer to be able to successfully flash TWRP Recovery on your Samsung Galaxy S4. In case you’re not sure, follow the link below for a definitive guide for installing driver for your Galaxy S4 on your computer.

► SAMSUNG GALAXY S4 DRIVERS INSTALLATION GUIDE

CHARGE YOUR DEVICES

If your android device, or PC, powers off due to lack of battery while the process is underway, it could damage the device.

So, make sure both of them are adequately charged and that no power interruption takes place when the process is undergoing — at least 50% battery of the device and laptop is what we would recommend.

OTHER THINGS TO TAKE CARE OF:

└ Use original USB cable to connect your phone to PC.

└ Do not use the procedures given below on Mac (using VMWare) as it works best on proper Windows PC only.

EXAMPLE VIDEO

If you haven’t used Odin software to install a recovery on a Samsung galaxy device before, we suggest you first watch a video of that, given right below, to get familiar with the process.

Btw, the video below shows installing the the CWM recovery on Samsung Galaxy S3 (yes, not S4!), but as the process is exactly same, it doesn’t matter.

GUIDE: SAMSUNG GALAXY S4 TWRP RECOVERY

DOWNLOADS

Download the file given below and save them in a separate folder on your computer (just to keep things tidy, that is).

File name: samsung-galaxy-s4-google-edition-twrp-odin.zip (9.0 MB)

STEP-BY-STEP GUIDE

Important Note: Backup important files stored on internal SD card of your device, so that in case a situation arises requiring you to do a factory reset after installing the TWRP Recovery, which might delete internal sd card too, your files will remain safe on PC.

Also, the bootloader of your Google Edition Galaxy S4 must be unlocked to be able to install a recovery using guide below.

Extract/Unzip the TWRP Recovery file, samsung-galaxy-s4-google-edition-twrp-odin.zip on your computer (using 7-zip free software, preferably). You’ll get the following files:

Odin3 v3.09.exe

Odin3.ini

openrecovery-twrp-2.6.3.0-jgedlte.tar

Disconnect the Galaxy S4 from PC if it is connected.

Boot your Google Edition Galaxy S4 into Download Mode:

Power off your phone first and wait for 6-7 seconds after display is off.

Press and hold these 3 buttons together until you see Warning! screen: Volume Down + Power + Home.

If you don’t get the Added! message, here are some 

troubleshooting tips

:

Make sure you have installed driver for Galaxy S4 as said above in ‘Before you begin..’ section.

If you have already installed driver, then uninstall them and reinstall back.

Connect using a different USB port on your PC.

Try a different USB cable. The original cable that came with your phone should work best, if not, try any other cable that’s new and of good quality.

Reboot phone and PC and then try again.

Load the recovery file (extracted in Step 1) into Odin as instructed below:

Now in the Option section of Odin, make sure that Re-Partition box is unchecked. (Auto Reboot and F. Reset Time boxes remain checked, while all other boxes remain unchecked.)

Double check the above two steps.

If you see FAIL message instead of the RESET in Odin’s top left box, that a problem. Try this now: disconnect your Galaxy S4 from PC, close Odin, remove phone’s battery and put it back inside in 3-4 seconds, open Odin and then repeat from Step 3 of this guide again.

Also, If device is Stuck at setup connection or on any other process, then too, try this: disconnect your Galaxy S4 from PC, close Odin, remove phone’s battery and put it back inside in 3-4 seconds, open Odin and then repeat from Step 3 of this guide again.

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It was easy, right? Let us know what you plan to do now, with latest TWRP Recovery installed. Looking to install Android 4.4 KitKat maybe, eh?

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Mac Os X 10.4.9 Update Released

What’s included?

The following improvements apply to both Intel- and PowerPC-based Macs unless otherwise noted:

.Mac

Improves automatic iDisk syncing for customers whose .Mac username contains a period (.).

Improves overall .Mac Sync performance.

Addresses an issue with automatic and periodic syncing as set in the .Mac System Preferences panel.

Reduces .Mac Sync timeouts when syncing large data sets.

Prevents large amounts of Address Book data from being changed without authorization.

Addresses an issue which could result in properly unregistering a computer.

Addresses issues related to syncing a large number of changes to .Mac

Prevents third-party syncing applications from presenting an extraneous initial sync alert.

Bluetooth

Addresses a wake-from-sleep issue for Kensington PilotMouse Mini Bluetooth devices when used with a MacBook.

Resolves issues in which Bluetooth-based devices might not respond after sleep on some computers.

iChat, iCal, and iSync

Resolves an issue in which iCal reminders may appear off to the side of the screen.

Resolves an issues in which some events added to particular dates may not display correctly.

Event notes are now synced between iCal and Nokia N70 phones.

Adds iSync support for more devices.

Includes iChat support for USB Video Class webcams.

Networking and modem

Addresses a permissions issue when copying a file with extended attributes from an AFP share of an Xsan volume, via the Finder.

Resolves an issue when using kerberos authentication with Active Directory if the user is a member of many groups.

Resolves performance issues with Intel-based iMacs that could occur when determining high-speed network switches.

Improves reliability when faxing in France or Belgium via an external Apple USB Modem.

Adds support for WPA2 encryption in Network Diagnostics.

Addresses an issue with automatic AirPort connections that use different authentication methods.

Addresses an issue in which Network Preferences may unexpectedly quit after disconnecting a network-aware USB device while Network Preferences is open.

Addresses an issue with iMac’s maintaining manual duplex settings.

Internal Apple modem drivers now offer the same robustness as external Apple modem drivers.

External USB modems now report DLE-d for busy tone detection.

Adds modem support for Russia.

Fax receiving now works when the country code is set to France.

Resolves an issue in the Open dialog when browsing AFP volumes within applications using Rosetta.

Resolves a printing issue that could occur with applications using Rosetta, while logged in as Active Directory User that has an SMB home directory.

Printing

Resolves a printing issue with applications using Rosetta while logged in as an Active Directory User with SMB home directory.

Resolves an issue in which temporary files might use excessive disk space when printing to some third-party printers.

For information on the benefits this update includes for Aperture, see this article.

Resolves issues for these third-party applications that use Rosetta: LEGO StarWars, Adobe InDesign, H&R Block TaxCut, Big Business’ Big Business 5.1.0.

Resolves an issue in which Adobe Arno Pro Italics fonts might not install in Font Book.

Resolves an issue for Microsoft Word in which OpenType Fonts may not display correctly; this update also addresses OpenType font issues using Word 2004.

 Other

Improves the reliability of OpenGL-accelerated graphics in Blizzard’s World of Warcraft.

Improves the reliability of OpenGL-based applications on Mac Pro computer with Nvidia graphics cards.

Includes updated security certificates.

Includes the Daylight Savings Time Update (released February 15, 2007) which contains the latest worldwide time zone and Daylight Saving Time (DST) rules as of January 8, 2007.

Resolves a toggling issue when zooming using the Command-Alt-8 key combination (Universal Access).

Resolves an issue in which some USB printers may stop printing in Classic.

Addresses an issue in Classic in which an iMac G5’s built-in iSight camera might stop responding.

Improves validation of disk images.

Includes improved support for USB devices in Classic.

Improves support for files with “.ac3”, “.m2v”, and “.m4v” filename extensions.

Improves performance when transferring from a P2 USB reader in the Finder.

Resolves an issue in which DVD player might not play a track that’s longer than 3 hours.

Addresses a display issue that could occur in chúng tôi running in 256-color mode on an Intel-based Mac.

Addresses EAP-FAST in PAC mode issue in a TLS session.

Addresses an issue in which incorrect encoding could be used for the files created by the “New Text File” Automator action on Intel-based Macs.

Includes recent Apple security updates.

Important: Information about products not manufactured by Apple is provided for information purposes only and does not constitute Apple’s recommendation or endorsement. Please contact the vendor for additional information.

Source: Apple: About the Mac OS X 10.4.9 update

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