The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is a powerful device since it comes with premium specs which guarantee an awesome performance. With its high-end Quad-core processor, 3GB RAM and 5.7-inches Quad HD display makes all your work can be done instantly, it’s also become more fun to play with. It even works great out of the box, but acquiring root, flash ROMs, kernels and recovery are must be done by an Android enthusiast.
In case you mods your device’s software frequently, at least you should have a Samsung Galaxy Note 4 stock firmware. It’s helpful if you ever experience an issue with your smartphone, for example stuck in bootscreen, bootloop or even bricked. Because a device that is repeatedly altered, would be more prone to experience this problem. No one wants their device have difficulties, but it never hurts to get it.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 official stock firmware/ROM is genuine software from Samsung, it’s contains all the apps, including the Android OS that controls how this phone works. In order to flash the stock firmware, we need a utility called Odin 3, it’s a Windows executable app.
Following are some of the stock firmware for the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 – US variants which include Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, etc.
|1||Verizon (SM-N910V)||N910VVRU1ANJ5||Android 4.4.4|
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The firmware is usually packed in zip format, but to be able to make use of it with Odin3 you should extract first, the actual firmware has “tar.md5” file extension.
Make sure you download the right firmware for your specific device, never make an attempt to flash the firmware of other variants to your phone, it might bricked the phone.