How to Flash Samsung Galaxy A10 (SM-A105G) Android 9.0 • TutorA Applic.com
How to Flash Samsung Galaxy A10 – Android’s own flashing process can be interpreted as a reinstall if applied to a computer or laptop. Flashing is commonly used to fix various problems on Galaxy A10 phones. To flash, please read this article and download the firmware for the Galaxy A10 below.
Galaxy A10 itself is one of Samsung’s mobile phones targeting the lower middle class, the specifications carried by this phone include the IPS HD screen, Exynos 7884 Octa-core processor, 2 GB RAM, 32 GB storage.
a 13 MP camera on the back, while the front camera gets a 5 MP ration. The battery itself is a Li-Ion type with a capacity of 3400 mAh.
While the Android flashing process itself can be interpreted as a reinstall if applied to a computer or laptop. Flashing is usually used to fix various problems such as
- Galaxy A10 bootloop phone.
- Galaxy A10 cellphone forgot password.
- The Galaxy A10 cellphone restarts itself.
- Galaxy A10 cellphone hank or.
- Galaxy A10 cellphone totally dead, aka hardbrick.
Actually the various problems above can be caused by yourself and a small part due to cellphone system errors. if a problem occurs as mentioned above, then flashing is needed to fix it.
Besides being able to fix various problems in Samsung Galaxy A10 phones, flashing can also be used for other things. An example is updating the operating system to be newer or just trying a new custom ROM that is different from the original ROM / Firmware.
Although the actual process of flashing the Galaxy A10 itself is not difficult, those of you who want to try it have to be more careful again because if you choose the firmware, your cellphone cannot be turned on anymore, whether it’s just bootloop or even hardbrick.
Before you flash the Samsung Galaxy A10, it is better to first prepare the following materials for download
How to Flash Samsung Galaxy A10 (SM-105G) with Odin
1. Enter Downloading Mode
First, you must enter Samsung download mode, the way is:
- Turn off your Samsung Galaxy 10 cellphone first.
- Then press and hold the home + power + volume down simultaneously until the download mode screen appears as below.
- Then press the volume button up to enter into downloading mode.
2. Latest Flash File / ROM File
After entering the downloading mode, plug your Samsung Galaxy 10 phone which has entered the downloading mode earlier to the computer using a USB cable. Then follow the steps below:
- Extract the downloaded Odin file and open Odin by right-clicking then selecting “Run Administrator”.
- After Odin opens, wait a moment until Odin recognizes your Samsung Galaxy 10 phone. Just look at the left Odin, if there is an inscription “Added” means your Galaxy 10 has been read correctly.
- But if it’s not there, it’s likely that the Samsung driver is not installed properly or even worse you forgot to install it. It could also be because the quality of your USB cable or your laptop’s USB port is not good.
- Extract the Samsung Galaxy A10 firmware file that has been downloaded. Then enter the file into Odin by matching the file name with the button in the Odin application. Example:
- Click BL then select the file with the name prefix BL.
- Click The AP then select the file with the name prefix The AP.
- Click CP then select the file with the name prefix CP.
- Click CSC then select the file with the name prefix CSC. Choose the CSC only, not the CSC HOME.
- Make sure the re-partition is not checked.
- After that, click Start to start the flash ROM process into the Samsung Galaxy A10.
- Wait a minute, if all is successful there will be a “PASS” message in Odin and if it fails there is a “Failed” message. If you fail, then most likely the firmware file downloaded earlier is corrupt, then try downloading again and repeat the steps as above once more.
- The restart process after this flash usually takes quite a long time, so you have to be patient a little
That’s the way to flashing the latest Samsung Galaxy A10 and it’s easy to do even for those of you who don’t have flash experience. See you in my next article.
Also read how to flash for other Samsung phones:
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