Official Android 5.1.1 is now available for Samsung Galaxy Note 5 N920C. Users can download the ROM file from the link given in the description and then flash it using a Odin of latest version.
The users of Samsung Galaxy Note 5 N920C can get this official update ROM downloaded on their PC and flash it on the device using Odin. As this is a official update you need not have root access or custom recovery to flash it on your Samsung device.
Let us now go ahead and have a look at the procedure to update your Samsung Galaxy Note 5 N920C to Android 5.1.1 Lollipop.
Preparing your Phone
- This instructions are strictly for Samsung Galaxy Note 5 N920C phone, so do not try it on any other device or you may brick your device.
- Device should be fully charged up to 100%.
- You need to have latest version of Odin installed on your device.
- Install Note 5 USB drivers on your computer.
- Back up all the required data to some safe storage.
- Make a Nandroid back up of the current ROM so that you can restore it when required.
- Enable USB debugging mode of your device. Go to Settings > Developer options > USB debugging mode.
Install Android 5.1.1 Lollipop Official update on Galaxy Note 5
- Download Odin 3.09 from here.
- Download the Android 5.1.1 Lollipop official firmware from here.
- Extract both the files on your desktop.
- Open Odin application
- Turn off the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and Press the Home + Power and Volume Down keys at the same time and boot it into the Download Mode (press Volume Up for once in the next screen).
- Connect the device to computer.
- Click the AP or PDA button inside Odin and browse for the file with CODE in its name.
- Click on Phone and select file with MODEM in its name. Ignore this if there is no such file.
- Click on CSC and select file with CSC in its name. Ignore this if there is no such file.
- Click on PIT and select the .pit file (This only applies if you have a 32GB internal storage phone otherwise, skip this step)
- Check the Auto Reboot and F Reset Time options, it should be ticked.
- The re-partition option should be empty or else it won’t work.
- Click the start button and wait until Odin finishes flashing the custom recovery on your device.
That’s all you can now check the device Android version in Settings > About device > Android version.