Update Samsung Galaxy S9+ SM-G965U to Android 8.0.0 Oreo

Update Samsung Galaxy S9+ SM-G965U to Android 8.0.0 Oreo. The Android Oreo firmware for Galaxy S9+ SM-G965U are available for download, for firmware detail you can see it below. It also available for some countries, you can visit free download for SM-G965U firmware. If you get error message “SECURE CHECK FAIL: BOOTLOADER” when flashed the ROM, try to use the newest version of the firmware update. Firmware details below is one of the Android 8.0.0 Oreo firmware, you can download it according to your country at the link above.

Model SM-G965U
Model name Galaxy S9+
Country USA
Version Android 8.0.0
Changelist 13916502
Build date Thu, 27 Sep 2018 07:58:09 +0000
Security Patch Level 2018-10-01
Product code USC
PDA G965USQS3ARIB
CSC G965UOYN3ARIB

How to Update Android 8.0.0 Oreo on Samsung Galaxy S9+ SM-G965U :

  1. Free download Galaxy S9+ SM-G965U Android 8.0.0 Oreo. Extract (unzip) the firmware file.
  2. Download Odin http://odindownload.com/SamsungOdin/
  3. Extract Odin ZIP file
  4. Open Odin
  5. Reboot Phone in Download Mode ( Turn Power off the phone, Press and hold Volume Down key + Bixby key + Power Key for a while, Release all key when Download Mode / Odin Mode appears )
  6. Connect the phone to PC with USB Cable Data, then Press and release Volume Up key
  7. Wait until you get a blue sign in Odin
  8. Add the firmware file to AP / PDA
  9. Make sure re-partition is NOT ticked
  10. Click the start button, sit back and wait few minutes

If you got Boot Loop after update samsung firmware read this How to Fix Boot Loop After Update Samsung Android Firmwares

Warning!

  1. Make sure to backup your data, It will erase all the data.
  2. Make sure the firmware is match with your Samsung Galaxy model number
  3. Make sure to ticked F.Reset Time and Auto-Reboot only
  4. if you get error message “SECURE CHECK FAIL: BOOTLOADER” when flashed the ROM, try to use the newest version of the firmware update.
  5. If your device rooted, flashing firmware will unroot it.
  6. Do this with your own risk

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