How to Install Stock ROM on Galaxy Ace Using Odin [GT-S5830]

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install stock rom on galaxy ace using odin

The Samsung Galaxy Ace S5830 is a very popular low-end Android phone that has managed to survive in the market for a very long time. To cash its popularity, Samsung released various variants of this phone but no one could match it. If you own this little powerhouse (in a moderate sense) and want to install a stock firmware on it manually, this is probably the best place for you.

The reason for installing a stock/official firmware to your Samsung Galaxy Ace S5830 could be many. You may download the latest firmware for your phone and flash it to upgrade the Android OS. Some folks lose the warranty of their phone by rooting it or installing a custom ROM. By returning back to the stock ROM, you can reclaim the warranty. You might also wish to install the official firmware on your Galaxy Ace in case your phone is stuck at a bootloop a or some other problem. I got the idea to write the present tutorial on the request of a visitor who fell to the last situation.

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Preparations:

You need to make some preparations before you can install the stock/official firmware on you Samsung Galaxy Ace.

  • Download the latest firmware file for your Galaxy Ace S5830 from the link and extract the zip on your desktop: Download
  • Download and install the Samsung USB Drivers on your computer: Download
  • Download the firmware flasher program: S5830 Odin Multi Downloader v4.38.zip 
  • Download Cooper_v1.0.ops file that will be needed each and every time you flash a custom Recovery or a stock firmware.
  • Charge your Galaxy Ace’s battery fully.
  • Backup your contacts, message and apps, etc.
  • Turn on the USB Debugging mode from Settings> Applications>Development> USB Debugging> check the box.

Some Firmwares:

Here are some firmwares for Samsung Galaxy Ace S5830-

Vietnam: S5830DXKT7_S5830OLBKT3_XXV.zip

Italy: S5830XWKTS_S5830ITVKT2_ITV.zip

Germany: S5830XWKTR_S5830DBTKT4_DBT.zip

Spain: S5830XWKTQ_S5830OXXKT4_FOP.zip

Russia: S5830XXKPT_S5830SERKPT_SER.zip

India: S5830DDKQ8_S5830ODDKQ7_INU.zip  [mirror]

Australia: S5830XWKT7_S5830OPPKS6_OPP.zip  [mirror]

Malaysia: S5830DXKT5_S5830OLBKT3_XME.zip

Indonesia: S5830DXKT5_S5830OLBKT3_XSE.zip

United Kingdom (Vodafone): VOD-S5830BUKT2-20130724114208.zip  [mirror]

France (SFR): SFR-S5830BUKT2-20120821164559.zip

Thailand: S5830DXKT6_S5830OLBKT3_THL.zip

Germany (T-Mobile): DTM-S5830BOLH1-20130805175655.zip

How to Install Stock ROM on Galaxy Ace Using Odin:

Having made sure that you have come up to all prerequisites described above, let’s move on to our next destination.

Open the firmware extracted folder and see how many files are therein. The method of installation for single and multi files are different. Follow the steps according to the condition that applies you.

1. Single Firmware File Installation:

If it has a single file with .tar.md5 extension, follow the following steps

  1. Run the S5830 Odin Multi Downloader v4.38.exe program
  2. When it is launched, check the three boxes, namely “One Package”, “Auto Reboot”, and “Protect OPS” as shown in the image below.odin-flasher-galaxy-ace-one-file
  3. Then click on the OPS button and select the “Cooper_v1.0.ops” file.
  4. Now check the “One Package” box again if it gets unchecked.
  5. Turn off you phone and boot it into Download mode: press and hold the Volume Down + Home buttons, then long press the Power key till the your phone’s screen turns up and you see the Download mode screen. Press the volume up when prompted.
  6. Click on the “One Package” button below and select the firmware file with .tar.md5 extension.
  7. Finally, click on the “Start” button and wait for the installation to finish and then your phone will reboot automatically.

2. Multi-Files Firmware File Installation:

If the firmware package consists of 3 or 4 files, follow the following steps.

  1. Run Odin Multidownloader for Galaxy Ace GT-S5830.
  2. Turn off you phone and boot it into Download mode: press and hold the Volume Down + Home buttons, then long press the Power key till the your phone’s screen turns up and you see the Download mode screen. Press the volume up when prompted.
  3. Check Auto reboot and Protect OPS check boxes. [ Note : Do not check one package option, use this option only when you need to flash a complete firmware  in one package.] galaxy-ace-selecting-files-in-odin
  4. Click onOPS” button and Load Cooper_v1.0.ops file on it.
  5. Click on BOOT” button and Select .tar (or .tar.md5) file with  APBOOT in the name.
  6. Click on PDA” button and Select .tar (or .tar.md5) file with CODE / PDA in the name.
  7. Click on PHONE” button and Select .tar (or .tar.md5) file with MODEM in the name.
  8. Click onCSC” button and Select .tar (or .tar.md5) file with csc / csc-multi in the name.
  9. LeaveEFS” blank.
  10. Finally, click on the “Start” button and wait for the installation to finish and then your phone will reboot automatically.

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It will take a few minutes before you phones boots up and you can see the lockscreen. Wait patiently for some time and enjoy the newly installed firmware on your Galaxy Ace S5830.

Device Caught in a Bootloop?

In case your device does not reboot properly and it is stuck on the Samsung logo, the steps given below would help you recover the device.

  1. Open the back cover and pull out the battery of your device.
  2. Wait for 30 seconds and then put the battery back to its place.
  3. Now press and hold the Home + Power buttons together for about 4-6 seconds till you see a green Android bot followed by a screen with blue text with Android System Recovery written on the top of it.
  4. Using the Volume Down button highlight the “wipe data factory reset” option and press the Power/Home button to select it.
  5. When you  are asked to perform the action, select “yes”.
  6. When it is done, go to to “reboot system now” and select it.

Your phone should now boot normally. If you still find that the issue has not been fixed, reinstall the firmware. This time more carefully.

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