Eventually, all the Note 4 variants are being updated to the latest Android version available so far. Samsung has released Android 5.1.1 update to yet another Galaxy Note 4 variant with model number N910G. Its been long that we have seen an update for this variant and now with the new OH4 firmware we see some action from Samsung. If you own this device, then this tutorial will certainly help you get your firmware upgraded to the latest one so far.
This will take your firmware to build number N910GDTU1COH4. Some stability and bugs fixes have been incorporated with this new release. So your Galaxy Note 4 will be more stable that ever before.
However, you need to install the complete firmware rather than just the update. This will restore everything to stock including the stock recovery. So any changes to your device like root, custom recovery and others will be lost. As it will perform a clean install, all your apps, data could be lost.
If you are new to the process then don’t worry, we have got you covered. To install the firmware, go through all the procedure carefully and make sure you have everything setup as per the requirements. This stock firmware is compatible with only Galaxy Note 4 N910G variant.
- Make sure you have the perfect device and variant. This tutorial is suitable only for Galaxy Note 4 N910G. This will install N910GDTU1COH4 Lollipop 5.1.1 based firmware on the device.
- Make sure you have fully charged your Galaxy device or at least up to 60% of the battery.
- Enable USB Debugging on your phone.android
- Make sure you have Samsung drivers installed on your PC.
- Download the 7zip software to extract the zip file to get the firmware file which is in .tar.md5 extension.
- Download | Android 5.1.1 update for Galaxy Note 4 N910G (File: N910GDTU1COH4_N910GTEL1COH4_TEL.zip (1.86 GB))
- Download | Based on Carrier or Country
- Download | Odin3 v3.10.7
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Install Stock Android 5.1.1 Update on Galaxy Note 4 N910G
- Make sure you have downloaded the Lollipop firmware for your Galaxy Note 4 N910G. If it is a zip file, extract it on your PC to get the firmware file with .tar.md5 extension.
- Now turn off your phone and boot it into the Download Mode. To do this, turn off your device and then press and hold Volume Down + Home + Power buttons simultaneously for 2-3 seconds. When you see the warning screen with a yellow triangle sign, press the Volume Up/Down key to enter Download/Odin mode
- Download the required Odin.zip file and extract the file on your PC. You will get the Odin3_v3.10.7.exe file. Open it as administrator to get to the Odin window.
- Connect your Galaxy Note 4 N910G to the computer using the USB cable.
- When you connect the device, the ID:COM port on Odin will turn Blue. You’ll also see“Added!!” message to indicate successful connection.
- In case Odin does not detect your phone, you can troubleshoot the following:
- Reboot your phone and turn off USB Debugging and turn it on again.
- Try reinstalling the Samsung USB Drivers.
- Try changing the USB cable and connecting to other ports.
- Now click the AP button on Odin and add the firmware file (N910GDTU1COH4_N910GTEL1COH4_TEL.tar.md5).
- In the Options, make sure that only the Auto Reboot and F. Reset Time boxes are checked and everything else is unchecked. (Do not, in any case, check Re-Partition box)
- Before you proceed to firmware installation on Odin, make sure everything is set according to the screenshot.
- Now, click the Start button on Odin to start installation which might take a while for firmware to install.
- Once you get a PASS! message on Odin, your device will restart. It’s the green signal that indicates successful installation. In case you get a Fail! message, make sure you go through all the requirements carefully.
Once you have successfully booted into the firmware, you can now enjoy your Lollipop firmware.
If you come across bootloops, then this may occur sometimes when you have installed a new firmware. To solve this, remove the battery and then put it back again. Boot to Recovery by holding Volume Down + Home + Power. In Recovery, select “wipe data/factory reset” then select “Yes” This will delete all user data. Now Select Reboot to System. If you want a detailed tutorial for these steps, head over to the below link.
For detailed guide on how to install firmware on Samsung Galaxy device, get to the following link:
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