How to update Samsung Galaxy Ji
Samsung Galaxy J1 is a comfortable 2-SIM smartphone with powerful features. The stylish novelty runs on the Android operating system, supports high-speed 4G LTE networks and is assembled in a compact body, so you can control all the functions of your smartphone with one hand. The main characteristics of Samsung Galaxy JI 1: a quad-core processor with a frequency of 1300 MHz, an Android operating system, a 4.5-inch screen, a 2050 mAh battery, a 5 megapixel main camera and a 2 megapixel front camera. Dual SIM cards and support for 4G LTE networks is Internet at high speed, set in the Samsung Galaxy J1 settings with which SIM card you want to go online and watch online movies from YouTube or other sites without waiting for a download. The compact size is the convenience of using the phone with one hand, it can be carried in a in any clothes and it will not interfere. Open Android applications and games without lags or freezes, 4-core processor and 1 GB of RAM ensure high performance. The Samsung Galaxy J1 works up to 12 hours in standby mode, if suddenly the battery is discharged, then activate the power saving function and your smartphone will turn off unnecessary tasks and leave the most important programs and functions in working order, prolonging the work of the smartphone and you will always be in touch.
Features of Samsung Galaxy JI 1 powerful 4G smartphone with 2 SIM cards.
- SIM card: number of 2 SIM cards
- SIM card type: Micro-SIM format (3FF)
- Processor: 4-core / 1.3 GHz
- Operating system: Android 5.1 Lollipop
- Display: 4.5 inches / TFT / Super AMOLED / resolution 480 x 800 pixels
- Battery: 2050 mAh / removable
- Internet browsing time on Wi-Fi: up to 11 hours.
- Internet browsing in 3G network: up to 9 hours.
- Internet work in 4G network: up to 10 hours.
- Audio playback: up to 39 h.
- Playback up to 14 h.
- Talk time: up to 12 hours on 3G
- Main camera: 5 MPix. / Flash / autofocus
- Add. camera: front 2 MPix.
- Shooting HD / 1280 x 720 pixels / frames per second 30
- RAM: 1 GB
- Built-in memory: 8 GB / 4.1 GB available
- Memory card: up to 128 GB / microSD
- 3G support: yes
- 4G LTE support: yes
- Wi-Fi: Wi-Fi 802.11 a / b / g / n
- Wi-Fi Direct: Supports
- Bluetooth: version 4.1
- Audio jack: 3.5mm
- USB: USB 2.0
- PC sync: KIES supports
- Navigation: GPS / GLONASS
- Sensors: Accelerometer / Proximity
- Phone dimensions: (H x W x T) 132.6 x 69.3 x 8.9 mm
- Phone weight: 131 grams
How to manually update Android version on a Samsung tablet
In today’s computer world, everything flows and changes with the speed of a mouse click. Software developers and manufacturers are trying to quickly fix bugs and “bugs”, but unfortunately for the Russian-speaking user, these updates appear (officially) with a long delay.
Tireless computer enthusiasts follow the release of new versions of computer programs and try to upload ready-made instructions and solutions for not yet adapted firmware to the Internet.
Each of us has bought and used any mobile or computer device, and knows that there are software errors, shortcomings, hidden “bugs” and shortcomings that can only be identified by using the device for a while.
Having purchased a Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 tablet, I was happy and admired the capabilities and “features” of the device, but after a while, having calmed down from the new toy, I began to notice the “brakes” of the system, inconvenient arrangement of operating system elements, missing functions in some programs and utilities.
As a rule, in subsequent updates, Комментарии и мнения владельцев and errors have already been eliminated. Therefore, the desires of those who want to install the released updates, patches, “fixes” as soon as possible, I understand and support. However, you need to understand that without certain knowledge and skills, the firmware process can end with damage to the device.
This step-by-step instruction is intended for those who want to update the firmware as quickly as possible without understanding the process. For everyone else, a direct path to w3bsit3-dns.com.RU website and forum.
Samsung Kies or Samsung USB Driver for Mobile Phones x86
Firmware for getting ROOT access on the tablet
Android 4.1.2 firmware. Official Hong Kong for GT-P5100 model. Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 (Russian language available)
Android 4.0.4 firmware. Official Russian firmware for GT-P5100 model. Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1
Android 4.2.2 firmware Jelly Bean. Official France for GT-P5100 model. Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 (latest at the moment 12/19/2013)
Install Samsung Kies or Samsung USB Driver for Mobile Phones x86 on a Windows 7 computer.
In my case, only after installing Samsung Kies, Odin3 was able to connect to the tablet. Therefore, I recommend installing the program, and then closing it and ending all processes through the “Windows Task Manager”.
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Create and restore a backup copy of all user data and system software on Android.
Download the TitaniumBackup PRO 6.0.1.APK file and place it on the card or internal memory of the tablet.
Install the TitaniumBackup application, having previously allowed the installation of applications not from the Market. This can be done by checking the box in “Settings. Security. Unknown sources”.
Run the program and make a copy of all user data and system software (See step-by-step screenshots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9).
Samsung Galaxy J1, J1 Ace, J2, J5, Galaxy J7 OTA Software Updates
Then save the TitaniumBackup folder to another medium (external memory card, hard drive).
To restore data, copy the saved TitaniumBackup folder back to the root of the card. Run the program and select the option to restore all software and data, after starting.
If you have nothing to save, then the item can be skipped!
How to Restore Stock Firmware on Any Samsung Galaxy Device
This time I will show you how to install the stock firmware on your smartphone or tablet of the Samsung Galaxy line, that is, restore the state of a new device. This method will also allow you to reanimate your gadget after an unsuccessful installation of custom firmware or get rid of any problems with the operation of the device. You can also update your device to the latest software version if you cannot wait for an over-the-air update. Everything is completely safe!
This method implies the use of the most convenient Odin utility for Windows. Don’t worry if you are not familiar with her. With the step-by-step instructions below, you will learn everything you need to do to successfully recover through Odin. It’s worth noting that all data stored in the device’s internal memory will be erased, so save it to your computer before you start. You can also back up SMS, contacts, media and more by checking out our guide.
How to prepare for the Samsung Android device recovery process:
- Charge your gadget fully.
- Install USB drivers on your computer by downloading them here.
- Download the Odin utility from this link and unpack the archive in a convenient place on your PC.
- Download the official firmware for your gadget. The site Samsung-Updates.com is best suited for this: in the “Devices” section of the side menu, click on “select Device” and select the model of your device from the list.
On the next page, a list of firmwares for this model should appear, sorted by date, that is, the most recent at the top. We find the firmware for your region (Russia = SER, Ukraine = SEK), and then proceed to download by clicking “Download” opposite the selected software. Now you need to click on one of the yellow buttons on the page.
So, are you all set? Have you installed the drivers and rebooted your computer? Unpacked Odin archives and firmware? Is your smartphone / tablet charged? Then let’s get started! Follow my instructions carefully and get a device with freshly installed software in 15 minutes.
How to restore stock firmware on any Samsung device:
Step 1: Run Odin on your computer.
Step 2: Put your mobile device into Download Mode. To do this, turn it off, and then hold down the buttons in turn “Volume down”, “Home” and “Nutrition”. Then press the button once. “Volume up”, to continue.
Step 3: Connect your gadget to your computer using a USB cable.
Step 4: When in the Odin program a blue light shines in front of the connected port, click on the “AP” button and select the firmware file that you should have downloaded in advance.
Step 5: Odin takes a few minutes to check the firmware. When it is ready, click the “Start” button, which is located at the bottom of the window.
Step 6: After the end of the process, the device will reboot automatically.
Step 7: In a few minutes you should see the initial setup screen, where you need to select the interface language, connect to the network, add an account, and so on.
That’s all! Now your gadget has stock software installed, which will receive official updates over the air.
How to hard reset on a Samsung Galaxy
Factory reset on Galaxy smartphones can be useful in case you encounter a serious system problem or just want to restore your smartphone to factory settings. However, a factory reset will completely erase all personal data and system settings. Below are 3 ways to reset the settings using the Galaxy S3 as an example. But everything is exactly the same on the Samsung Galaxy Note 4, S5 and any other smartphones and tablets that run on Android.
Press the “Power” key to select an option.
Step 7. Press the “Volume Down” button to highlight the “Delete all user data” option.
Step 8. Press the “Power” button again to select an option. Your phone will go through the process of resetting all settings and then upon completion you need to select “Reboot system now”.
Step 9. Press the “Power” key to reboot the system and complete the master reset.
Demand through recovery
Step 2. Press and hold the “Power” button, the “Home” button, and the “Volume Up” button.
Step 3. Wait until the phone vibrates, then release only the “Power” button.
Step 4. Wait for the Android System Recovery screen to appear, then release the “Home” and “Volume Up” buttons.
Step 5. Press the “Volume Down” button and select the “Wipe data / factory reset” option.
Reset in Settings Menu.
Step 1. Press “Menu” on the home screen.
Step 3. Select “Backup and reset” (“Archive and reset”).
Step 5. Click on “Reset Device”. If you have activated the screen lock feature on your device, you will need to enter a password or PIN before proceeding.
Step 6. Select “Delete All”. Your phone will erase all settings and erase all your data, then reboot.
Resetting the settings using the dialer application
Step 1. Open the dial pad on your phone, which is indicated on all phones by a green icon, which should be on the home screen.
Step 2. Enter 27673855 #. Your device should do a hard factory reset and delete all your personal data.
Now you know all the ways to do a hard reset of your Samsung Galaxy smartphone. It is worth noting that this should be done only in extreme cases, and do not forget that all gadget data will then be deleted.!