We have already written more than one articles on how to flash Samsung phones. The method involved in firmware flashing is similar across all Samsung Products. For the sake of those who want their phone name and model mentioned in a post before applying a tutorial, we have decided to write this post specifically on how to Flash Samsung Galaxy S6 Phones.
Flashing is a process of restoring the original or stock firmware that comes with a mobile phone or also a process of installing a custom or third party built firmware on a mobile phone. This post discusses only how to flash Stock Rom on your Samsung Galaxy S6 phones.
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Without wasting time, below is a complete guide on how to Flash your Samsung Galaxy S6 Phones.
- Download and Install Samsung USB Drivers – Download it Here
- Samsung Galaxy S6 Stock Firmware/Rom (Custom or Stock) – Get it Here
- The Latest Version of Odin – Download it Here
- Samsung USB Cable
- A Computer
Complete Flashing Guide
Step 1: Extract the downloaded Samsung Galaxy S6 Stock Rom to a Folder where you can locate it on your computer.
Step 2: Open and run the downloaded Odin.
Step 3: Turn OFF your phone and then Power into Download Mode by pressing “Power + Volume Down” buttons together.
Step 5: Connect your Phone to the computer and wait until you get a blue sign in Odin.
Step 6: Add the downloaded firmware file in Odin using AP / PDA button.
Note: Extract the zip file to a folder and add the tar.md5 file to Odin.
Step 7: Make sure you did not tick re-partition before starting the flashing process.
Step 8: Click on the Start button to start the flashing process.
Step 9: Sit back and relax with a cup of tea for a few minutes until the process completes. Your Samsung Galaxy S6 Phone should restart automatically when the flashing process completes. Unplug your phone when you get a “PASS” message in Odin. It is that simple.