How To Flash Stock Firmware On Samsung Galaxy With Odin

Samsung’s Galaxy devices powered by Android are a choice of millions of users across the world. Android on the Galaxy devices has given the mobile world a new direction to move ...
Unroot Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus

How to Unroot Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus

Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus are out. Once again, Samsung has produced 2 incredible smartphones. Both the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus come with a brand new CPU, an updated camera, new fingerprint ...
Unroot Galaxy A8/A8+ 2018

How to Unroot Galaxy A8/A8+ 2018 [Restore to factory state]

Samsung updated its Galaxy A lineup in December 2017. The new stars in the Galaxy A lineup are the Galaxy A8 2018 and the Galaxy A8 Plus 2018. Both the phones are amazingly beautiful. ...

How to unroot Samsung Galaxy S8 or S8 Plus

Got your Galaxy S8 or S8 Plus? Congratulations if so. It is possible to install a TWRP recovery and root these devices as well. If you are planning to opt for root and recovery, you ...

How To Unroot Samsung Galaxy S6

Galaxy S6 is on the roll now. Its mighty specifications, cool design, a solid build and mesmerising features make it worth having. If you are planning to get your hands on this device, ...

How To Unroot & Restore Stock Firmware On Sony Xperia Devices

Until a few years ago, Sony wasn’t doing so good with its Xperia lineup. Sony started improving the Xperia devices in 2011, and then it was Xperia Z that came out in 2013, the ...

How To Unroot & Restore Stock Firmware On Samsung Galaxy S5 Mini [All Variants]

Galaxy S5 Mini came out in July, 2014. The younger sibling of the Galaxy S5 sported a 4.5-inch Super AMOLED screen with a resolution of 720 x 1280 with 326 ppi. At the back, there’s ...

How to Install Stock Firmware on Samsung Android Smartphones

Installing / Flashing a stock firmware on Samsung Smartphones powered with Android becomes necessary sometimes, in case of soft brick or if your phone is strucked in the bootloop. One ...
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