Samsung SM-N9008V Flash File

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Use the link on this page to download the original and tested Samsung SM-N9008V Flash File Firmware (Stock ROM).

Samsung SM-N9008V Flash File (Firmware)

To download the proper file, please find your model and region below. Then click on the download button. All the files shared on this page are officially released by Company, which has been scanned by the antivirus program.

File NameN9008VZMUBNG2_N9008VCHMBNG2_CHM.zip
GenreSamsung
PDAN9008VZMUBNG2
CSCN9008VCHMBNG2
Country / RegionChina
Size1 GB
Version4.3
Flash ToolOdin Tool
How to FlashFollow Tutorial
Updated05 January 2022
File NameN9008VZMUCNK1_N9008VCHMCNK1_CHM.zip
GenreSamsung
PDAN9008VZMUCNK1
CSCN9008VCHMCNK1
Country / RegionChina
Size1 GB
Version4.4.2
Flash ToolOdin Tool
How to FlashFollow Tutorial
Updated05 January 2022
File NameN9008VZMSDQD2_N9008VCHMDQD2_CHM.zip
GenreSamsung
PDAN9008VZMSDQD2
CSCN9008VCHMDQD2
Country / RegionChina
Size1 GB
Version5.0
Flash ToolOdin Tool
How to FlashFollow Tutorial
Updated05 January 2022

About Firmware (STOCK ROM)

Flash file is a type of computer software designed to run on a phone and manage hardware, software services. It is used to install or upgrade firmware (operating system of the device).

Firmware files are very useful in fixing a plethora of Android systems like failed updates, hangs on logo or apps crashing. Moreover, they can also be used to unbrick your device if it has been bricked due to software problems and more.

Samsung SM-N9008V Flash File

How to Flash Samsung SM-N9008V Device?

You need to follow the below steps to flash or install Stock Firmware ROM on your Samsung device.

1. Open Odin Flash Tool

2. Boot your device into Download Mode:

3. Connect your device to the computer (ensure your device should be in download mode).

If you have single file firmware, hit the AP/PDA tab then browse and select a tar.md5 file from the firmware folder.

5. If you have four files firmware then browse and select firmware files:

  • BL: Bootloader
  • AP: Android partition
  • CP: modern firmware
  • CSC: Consumer software customization

6. Next, untick the “Auto Reboot” under the options tab.

7. Finally, click on the start button to begin the flashing process on your device.

Additional Information:

Your device must have at least 30% battery backup to perform the flashing process.

Before flashing your device, take a backup of your data and then proceed to avoid any data loss as the flashing process will wipe all your data.

It’s very important that you flash your device with the correct file. Using the wrong firmware can completely brick your device.

Always flash your device with the correct firmware based on the model and region, wrong firmware can completely brick your device.

If you want to download the official and latest USB Driver for any Samsung device, then head over to the Samsung USB Driver page.

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