latest firmware samsung galaxy ySamsung Galaxy Y, even though released more than 2 years ago is still a popular device in many areas of the world. This means there are a lot of people eager to learn what are the latest updates for the Galaxy Y S5360 model. The truth is Samsung still releases stability updates for Galaxy Y, with the latest firmware dating from November 2013 (at the time of writing this article). With no more introduction, lets go ahead with the instruction on how you can update your Samsung Galaxy Y S5360.

How to update Galaxy Y S5360 to the latest firmware

Samsung Kies The official method to update Samsung devices is using their proprietary software Kies. You can go ahead and download Samsung Kies and then run it. Use it to search for new updates and install them. You can find an in-depth tutorial about using Kies here. Manually, using Odin You can manually install a firmware on your device using the software called Odin. Usually you would want to do this to go back to the stock firmware, unroot or repair your device. This is only for experienced users. Here is a tutorial on how to use Odin to install official firmwares.

The latest firmwares for Samsung Galaxy Y GT-S5360

First of all, check your current firmware. Go to Settings>About phone and check out your 'Android version' and 'Build number'. You should see something that looks like this "S5360XXMI1". (The first two letters 'XX' are the region code, so the last 3 'MI1' are the most important, which represent the current version of your firmware). Below is a list with all countries and the current firmware released for that specific country. If you can see a match with your current build number it means you have the latest firmware installed. If you don't see a match, the use Samsung Kies as mentioned above to search for the latest update and install it. If your country isn't on the list leave us a comment below Latest Updates for Samsung Galaxy Y GT-S5360(New updates are marked in Orange): [table] Country, Date, Version, Build Number   Afghanistan, 2013 October, 2.3.6, S5360JPMI1   Algeria, 2013 October, 2.3.6, S5360JPMI1   Bulgaria (MTL), 2013 October, 2.3.6, S5360XXMI1   Germany, 2014 January, 2.3.6, S5360XXMK1   Greece (Cosmote), 2014 February, 2.3.6, S5360XXLK3   Greece (Vodafone), 2014 January, 2.3.6, S5360XXMI1   Iraq, 2013 November, 2.3.6, S5360JPMI1   Ireland, 2013 November, 2.3.6, S5360XXMI1   Ireland (Meteor), 2014 January, 2.3.6, S5360XXMK1   Italy, 2014 January, 2.3.6, S5360XXMK1   Jamaica, 2013 November, 2.3.6, S5360WBMC2   Kazakhstan, 2013 December, 2.3.6, S5360XXMJ1   Kazakhstan (Kcell), 2014 January, 2.3.6, S5360XXMK1   Macedonia, 2013 November, 2.3.6, S5360XXMI1   Malaysia, 2013 November, 2.3.6, S5360DXMJ1   Morocco (MAT), 2013 October, 2.3.6, S5360JPMI1   Morocco (MWD), 2013 October, 2.3.6, S5360JPMI1   Netherlands, 2014 January, 2.3.6, S5360XXMK1   Philippines (Globe), 2013 November, 2.3.6, S5360DXMJ1   Philippines (Open Line), 2013 November, 2.3.6, S5360DXMJ1   Philippines (Smart), 2013 November, 2.3.6, S5360DXMJ1   Philippines (Sun Cellular), 2013 November, 2.3.6, S5360DXMJ1   Poland (T-mobile), 2013 October, 2.3.6, S5360BOMG2   Portugal (Optimus), 2013 December, 2.3.6, S5360XXMC2   Russia, 2013 December, 2.3.6, S5360XXMJ1   Saudi Arabia, 2013 October, 2.3.6, S5360JPMI1   Singapore, 2013 November, 2.3.6, S5360DXMJ1   Singapore (SingTel), 2013 November, 2.3.6, S5360DXMJ1   Singapore (StarHub), 2013 November, 2.3.6, S5360DXMJ1   Slovakia, 2013 December, 2.3.6, S5360XXMI1   South Africa, 2013 October, 2.3.6, S5360XXMI1   Switzerland, 2013 December, 2.3.6, S5360XXMI1   Thailand, 2013 November, 2.3.6, S5360DXMJ1   Ukraine, 2014 January, 2.3.6, S5360XXMJ1   Ukraine (Kyivstar), 2013 December, 2.3.6, S5360XXMJ1   Vietnam, 2013 November, 2.3.6, S5360DXMJ1   [/table] Leave us any comment related to the latest updates released for your Samsung Galaxy Y or any other related issue and we'll gladly respond to help you.

What's my model number?

There are several ways to locate your model number:

Option 1
On your device, go to Settings, then "About device" and scroll down to "Model number"
Option 2
Often times you can view the model number inside the device, by removing the battery
Option 3
Using Samsung's model/serial number location tool

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