Samsung has been pretty good this year with the premium devices and now it was proven good at releasing updates too. Earlier, January 2015 was the expected release date for the Samsung Galaxy S5 devices but Samsung was too eager to push the updates soon. Poland was the first country to receive the Lollipop update on the SM-G900F devices while the rest of the Galaxy users were eager for their turn in the roulette wheel game. Later Samsung decided to play at the home ground releasing updates for the Korean models.
The Galaxy S5 branded with KT Telecom was one of the variant that received the updates so far and Galaxy users were already punishing their WiFi buttons to get the update. The update comes with the build name G900KKTU1BNL2 and updates the device to the Android 5.0 Lollipop. However, Samsung was known for their TouchWiz custom interface which will be topping the Android OS and the new update brings the latest version of TouchWiz UI which was optimized for Android 5.0. The update also brings the latest updates to all the Samsung and Google Services that brings the new material design language on the 5-inch screen.
The Lollipop update is slowly approaching the users and it may take some time for the OTA notification to ring the bells on your device. We understand how hard it is to wait for an OTA update and it will thrice the pain in case of Lollipop update, so you can take the manual way to update your device to the latest version. So without any further ado, let’s grab the firmware file and flash it using the Odin flash tool.
Android 5.0 Lollipop firmware: G900KKTU1BNL2_G900KKTC1BNL2_KTC.zip
How to Install
The Lollipop update for the Galaxy S5 SM-G900K is available in the form of stock firmware which can be flashed using the Odin flashing tool. Installing a new firmware is a piece of cake if you’re familiar with the Odin flashing process. However if you’re new to the flashing process and it’s just the Lollipop awesomeness dragged you here, we would be happy to help you out here. Just follow the below guide which gives a detailed on how to flash the Samsung’s stock firmwares using the Odin flashing tool.
If you’ve experienced any issues during the installation, feel free to ask our help in the comments section below.