The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 sports a 16-megapixel rear camera with PDAF (phase detection autofocus), an f/2.0 aperture and dual-tone LED flash. The 5-megapixel front camera sports an 84-degree wide angle lens.It comes with 1.5 Ghz quad core processor.It comes with 3000mAh battery capacity which can last for more than a day with mixed usage.You can expand its memory upto 256GB via a micro SD-Card.So in this article,we will guide you to explain the process of installing Android Nougato in Samsung Galaxy Note 5.
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- This method is only for the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 SM-N920T .Donot try it on any other device.
- It is advisable to take a backup of your device before proceeding further.
- Ensure that your phone has at least 70-80% charged to prevent the accidental shutdown in-between the process.
- Enable USB debugging on your Samsung Galaxy Note 5.
- Download Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Stock Marshmallow Firmware SM-N920G. (Search your country and download 6.0.1 firmware)
- Download Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Marshmallow Firmware SM-N920G. (Search your country and download 6.0.1 firmware)
- Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Nougat/Marshmallow Firmware SM-N920W8. (Search your country and download 6.0.1 firmware)
- Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Nougat/Marshmallow Firmware SM-N920T. (Search your country and download 6.0.1 firmware)
- Other Samsung Galaxy Note 5 variant
Steps to downgrade Samsung Galaxy Note 5 from Android Nougat to Marshamallow
- Download odin from our download section on your computer; unzip the program and install it afterwards.
- Download the stock Android firmware file on your computer – use the SamMobile database in that respect.
- Run Odin on your computer and reboot your Galaxy TAB S2 into download mode.
- Connect your smartphone with your PC via USB cable.
- Check: the “added” message must be displayed on Odin and the ID:COM field must be either yellow or blue – if not, reinstall the phone’s USB drivers and repeat the steps.
- From Odin click on the AP option and select the Android firmware file. Don’t check the Re Partition and the Auto Reboot options.
- Click on Start and wait while the update operation is automatically completed; when done the “pass” message will be showed and the ID:COM field will be turned green.
- Remove the USB cord and reboot your Galaxy TAB S2..
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