For those of you having trouble flashing stock firmwares on latest Oreo firmwares with Samsung Galaxy smartphones(most likely with newer Galaxy S8, S8 plus, Note 8, S9, and S9 Plus) and getting stuck at “sboot.bin.lz4”, this is most likely caused by using ODIN version older than v3.13.1. Samsung is using new lz4 compression on firmwares which means older ODIN are not able to decompress the files before flashing to your phone.
Category: Samsung Tutorials
Are you trying to install Samsung stock firmware using ODIN and getting stuck at fota.zip?
This will happen on newer devices like Galaxy S7 Edge, Galaxy S7, Galaxy S6, etc…etc… The reason why it gets stuck is because you are using older version of ODIN.
If you’ve ever rooted you Android device, then you might have faced this issue when the SuperSU app won’t work and shows “There is no SU binary installed” message.
Hi guys, in this tutorial, I am going to show you how to customize your Always On Display on any rooted Galaxy S7 Edge using GalaxyXMod Xpose module.
The other day, we posted on how to make your own Galaxy S7 Edge Batman Injustice Edition without actually buying the phone. Well, we wanted to push this to the limits and decided to make an Avengers Edition phone.
For those of you who want custom Android boot animations on your Samsung devices such as Galaxy S4, S5, S6, S7, Note 5, etc…etc…, you will need to use QMG files instead of traditional bootanimation.zip and install them manually into /system/media directory.
We normally press Samsung Galaxy’s home button to do certain tasks like going back to the home screen or quickly launch the camera app by double tapping on it. But what if there was a completely new way of interacting with the home button by simply “touching” it instead of pressing it?
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There is no doubt that both Galaxy Note 5 and S6 Edge Plus are one of the best phones of the year 2015. If you have one of these super phones, this article will show you all the useful tips and tricks of these two amazing phones from Samsung, so let’s get started!
The article title might sound weird a little bit, but many Galaxy Note 5 users have found themselves a little problem in finding the “Menu button”.
“Do Not Disturb Mode” is a mode that lets you control which type of notifications and alerts you want to get at specific times. This feature was first named “Blocking Mode” but then changed to “Do Not Disturb” starting from Android 5.0 and higher.