How to Update Your Android Device (manual)

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Introduction: How to Update Your Android Device (manual)

To update your android device to the newest version available you will need:

The device's newest version(check your device at the right panel and look for the newest stock rom) : http://e6003e78.linkbucks.com

Odin Multidownloader v4.38 : http://f3c71ee5.linkbucks.com

Tass_v1.0.ops : http://8f10ed3d.linkbucks.com

Download and keep all these in a file on your desktop for easy access.

Step 1: Launch Odin Multidownloader V4.38

Be sure to tick One Package , Auto Reboot and Protect OPS on the left side of the application.

Below select OPS, click OPS and search for Tass v1.0.ops that you downloaded.

Click One Package at the bottom of the application and seach for your md5 (the newest update for your device) you downloaded.

Step 2: Setting Up Your Device

Turn off your device.

Hold down (Volume down + Home Button + Power button) to enter download mode. (different device may have different ways.Google it.).

It should look like a yellow triangle.

Step 3: Connect You Device to the Computer

Connect your device via USB.

In Odin , you should now see a yellow box under COM Port Mapping indicating your device is detected.

Hit the start button and be patient.

After your update has finished you should see a blue box at your top left corner.


Step 4: Finish!

Your device should now have the latest version of Android.

However,i do recommend you to do a backup of all your apps(Titanium backup) and perform a factory reset (Menu>settings>privacy>factory data reset).

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    10 Comments

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    owengerig
    owengerig

    Question 12 months ago

    Is root required to do this? or will it trigger knox?

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    anandshanks101
    anandshanks101

    2 years ago

    If you need to upgrade to the latest Android
    OS version when it’s accessible, you could try to root your phone, which can
    not only enable you to attain super administrator permissions over various
    Android subsystems but also access updates effortlessly.

    As for how to root the Android phone, just follow the detailed instructions:

    1. Download and install a root app on your computer.

    2. After running it, connect your phone to the computer via a USB cable.

    3. Root your phone by following the corresponding prompts.

    4. Reboot your phone to access the latest version of the Android operating system.

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    WriterA
    WriterA

    4 years ago

    Me find my phone upgrade

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    TuckB
    TuckB

    5 years ago

    Malware detected.

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    DonC144
    DonC144

    5 years ago

    Ransom links !!!!!! can only close browser with task manager.

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    mrmath
    mrmath

    10 years ago on Introduction

    Marked as SPAM because you gave us a link to follow that you get paid for.

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    thegeeke
    thegeeke

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    +1!

    Plus, this way, we have no way of knowing if these are legal downloads!

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    Bongmaster
    Bongmaster

    10 years ago on Introduction

    i just use rom manager on the device itself. running cyanogen mod tho. nice