Friday, September 02, 2016

How to Flash or Upgrade Samsung Galaxy J2 (J200G) with Odin Flash Tool ? (Tested)

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Friday, September 02, 2016
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This guide is for everyone experiencing software issues on the Samsung Galaxy J2 (J200G) device. It can be completed without errors in just one attempt. Before proceeding, ensure you have prepared some important elements listed in the description below. If any of these components are not functioning properly, you may encounter difficulties completing your query. This guide is suitable for both new and experienced users, as it is presented in simple language for easy understanding.

The provided flash file has been personally tested and is functioning perfectly without any errors. You can utilize this flash file if your device is experiencing issues such as being stuck on the logo, restarting repeatedly, automatically connecting to the internet or Wi-Fi, installing apps automatically, depleting balance, encountering pattern or screen locks, and similar problems. This method does not require any additional tools or boxes and is free for all individuals with knowledge about mobile software.

Before flashing the file, it is crucial to check your micro USB cable's integrity. A faulty cable may disrupt the flashing process. Additionally, ensure your device's battery is sufficiently charged to prevent interruptions during the flash. Prior to initiating the process, back up your data including contacts, photos, videos, and other essential files.

This method can be executed without any additional box as it utilizes flash tools, which are provided here. It is essential to install the necessary phone drivers on your computer or laptop; failure to do so will prevent successful flashing or upgrading. All required files and drivers are linked in this post, tested, and confirmed to be working flawlessly in a single attempt.

With this method, you can effectively resolve any issues related to the Samsung Galaxy J2 (J200G), whether you are a novice or an experienced technician specializing in Android software. If you encounter the "USB not recognized" error, check the functionality of your USB cable. If your device's battery is not adequately charged, the USB socket may not function properly, leading to a failed flash attempt. For any queries or issues, please feel free to post your questions in the comment section, and I will endeavor to assist you promptly.

Should you wish to repair your device yourself, begin by charging the battery to at least 90% using a compatible charger. Remember to back up all your important data, including contact details, messages, emails, and any other crucial information stored on your device. This backup can be performed on an external device such as a hard drive or SD card. It's important to note that formatting your device will erase all data, and it cannot be recovered thereafter. Perform these tasks at your own risk, as we do not accept responsibility for any damage incurred to your device during the process.

Download Link
Samsung Galalxy J2 (J200G) Flash file (Stock ROM)
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Samsung Galaxy J2 (J200G) Flash tool

Required for Samsung Galaxy J2 (J200G)

  • Samsung Galaxy J2 (J200G) device with good battery charged, do not try with low battery
  • Samsung Galaxy J2 (J200G) Stock ROM Firmware
  • Samsung Galaxy J2 (J200G) Flash Tool
  • Samsung Galaxy J2 (J200G) USB (Flashing) Driver
  • Internet Connection with high speed
  • Micro USB Cable with good quality
  • Computer or Laptop

Procedure Samsung Galaxy J2 (J200G)

  • Download the tested firmware or Odin flash tool from the link above.
  • Extract both files to your desktop or any preferred path (WinRAR software must be installed on your computer or laptop).
  • Open the Odin3_v3.10.7 folder and select the Odin3 v3.10.7.exe file.
  • Click on the 'BL' button and choose the BL_J200GDDU1AOI3_CL5713897_QB6186...tar.md5 file.
  • Click on the 'AP' button and choose the AP_J200GDDU1AOI3_CL5713897_QB6186...tar.md5 file.
  • Click on the 'CP' button and choose the CP_J200GDDU1AOI3_CL5713897_QB6186...tar.md5 file.
  • Click on the 'CSC' button and choose the CSC_ODD_J200GODD1AOI3_CL5713897....tar.md5 file.
  • Turn off the device (if it's already on).
  • Press and hold the Volume Down + Home + Power buttons to enter Download Mode.
  • Insert the USB cable into the device (wait until the driver is installed).
  • Click on the 'Start' button.
  • Wait until the Android system is fully installed (note: do not unplug the device while it's in download mode).
  • Congratulations, you're done!"
Samsung Galaxy J2 (J200G) Flash done Screenshot:

Samsung Galaxy J2 (J200G) Flash done video:

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  1. i have tried ur steps but it again asking for the previous account that i have forget

  2. Sir that link to download firmware are single file download mode or multi file download mode like BL,AP,CP,CSC or only for AP? I already try with other firmware with single file download mode but the notify is error rev and binary 1,my previous OS is lollipop 5.1.1 can you help me sir please?my country Indonesia

  3. Itraid same method but not success notify error binary what ido

  4. Hey
    on the device and fail in odin.
    What to do??


  6. Dud my mobile is samsung galaxy j2 sm-j200G i am flash indonesia firmware my not support volte system but before supported volte system This system solution File link send here plz requested all DUD

  7. Replies
    1. brother give me download mode screenshot I will give you correct firmware

  8. Sir i tried to flash Samsung j2 with odin.
    Now it shows (an error occurred while updating the device software.
    Use the emergency recovery function in the smart switch pc software)
    What should I do)
    Please help me

    1. give me download mode screenshot I will give you correct firmware


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