Welcome to our Samsung Update App!
You can be in touch with the latest news and updates in the Android world everyday, as we bring in new content daily. Search our Android Apps category for the latest apps, reviews and guides. Moving on, follow the steps below to find more useful content and the latest updates for your specific phone .
Follow the steps below to search for the latest firmware for your device (only for users running our Android App):
1. Use the ‘Me’ button to look for all the info about your device.
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3. Hint: If you use your phone’s model number in the search (i.e. N7100. I9300, I9070 etc) you will obtain more accurate results. Also, if you can’t find results, try writing using roman numerals like this :’Galaxy S III‘, ‘Galaxy Note II‘, instead of Galaxy Note 2 or Galaxy S 3
4. Save the article to favorites using the ‘Save to Favorites’ button .
Keep in mind that we are still updating our database with devices, so if you can’t find the latest updates for your device, leave us a comment and we’ll hurry up the work for the most requested devices.
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How to update your device
First of all there is the official Samsung method using their software, Kies. You can download Samsung Kies for free from Samsung, and then use it to search and install updates. You can also use it for other management tasks. You can read this in-depth tutorial on Samsung Kies for more info on how to use it.
Samsung also pushes over-the-air updates, for which you don’t need to install any software. Just go to Settings>General>About phone>Software Updates and check for new updates. Sometimes OTA updates are not available, so you should also check with Kies.
Manually, using Odin
For experienced users, there is also the manual installation method. For this you can use a software named Odin. You can restore to the stock firmware or unroot your device by manually installing a firmware. You can read more about using Odin to install an official firmware here.
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