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Flash Stock ROM Via Odin tool On Samsung Galaxy S5 [How To]

Flash Stock ROM Via Odin On Samsung Galaxy S5

Odin is very handy software for recovery and this is used for flashing every Samsung devices. So if you’ve a Galaxy S5 and want to flash stock ROM, then you can follow the steps below for Flash Stock ROM through Odin On Galaxy S5. For this process to be done in your Galaxy S5 some tools are required.


1. PC or Laptop

2. Samsung Galaxy S5

3. Original USB cable

4. Samsung Mobile Drivers

5. Odin3 tool

6. Galaxy S5 Stock ROM

You can download the listed software or tools that are available from internet such as Odin3 tool, stock ROM File and Samsung Mobile Drivers. Now unzip Odin3 & Stock ROM file. Samsung Mobile Driver requires to be installed and finished. If any other device is connected to your PC via USB data cable then disconnect it instantly. It is better if you have backup of all the data of your Galaxy S5.

Steps to Flash Stock ROM Via Odin On Samsung Galaxy S5:-

Step 1: Download and Install Odin3 tool.

Step 2: Click on the AP/PDA button and navigate to the *.tar or *.tar.md5 firmware file.

Step 3: This process requires your Galaxy S5 to be switched off completely.

Step 4: Now set your phone into download mode by pressing & holding volume down, Home + Power button together and then press Volume up button to continue this process.

Step 5: Connect your Galaxy S5 to the PC or Laptop with USB data cable to Flash Stock ROM via Odin On Galaxy S5. Now you can see a sign of ODIN (ID:Com Section) and ‘Added’ in message box.

Step 6: Confirm that re-partition check box is not checked.

Step 7: Now click start and you’ll see ‘RESET’ or ‘PASS

Step 8: Factory Reset it from Recovery Mode if your Galaxy S5 gets stuck in boot loop. The process is done.

That’s all, If you’re facing any problems, drop in a comment box and we will be happy to help you.

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