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.Samsung Galaxy Note 5

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.USB Debugging

Install Android 5.1.1 Lollipop Official update on Galaxy Note 5

  1. Download Odin 3.09 from here.
  2. Download the Android 5.1.1 Lollipop official firmware from here.
  3. Extract both the files on your desktop.
  4. Open Odin application
  5. 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).
  6. Connect the device to computer.Odin Added
  7. Click the AP or PDA button inside Odin and browse for the file with CODE in its name.
  8. Click on Phone and select file with MODEM in its name. Ignore this if there is no such file.
  9. Click on CSC and select file with CSC in its name. Ignore this if there is no such file.
  10. Click on PIT and select the .pit file (This only applies if you have a 32GB internal storage phone otherwise, skip this step)
  11. Check the Auto Reboot and F Reset Time options, it should be ticked.
  12. The re-partition option should be empty or else it won’t work.
  13. 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.