If you want an easy and fast way to download a Samsung official firmware for your Samsung Galaxy device, then keep on reading below how to do so. Developers continue to create new custom programs and tools to help all Samsung Galaxy users. One of the latest tools is Frija.
If you like to mess around by modifying and changing the firmware of your Samsung phone, Frija is a new tool (successor of SamFirm) that allows users to easily find and download full official firmware files. This is particularly useful for a number of reasons. If your phone is becoming slow, unresponsive and apps start crashing all the time, a fresh firmware will fix all these issues. Furthermore, users can download the latest version of a particular firmware with Frija, and then flash it on their devices.
According to the developer, Frija supports most Samsung devices including the Samsung Galaxy S20, S20 Ultra, S10, S9, S8, Note 10, Note 9, Note 8, M10, M20, M30, M40, M21, M31, A01, A11, A31, A41, A51, A71, A90, A80, A70, A60, A50, A40, A30, A20, A10.
How To Download Samsung Galaxy Official Stock Firmware With Frija
Frija has a simple and intuitive user interface. You need to enter the model number of your Samsung Galaxy device and the CSC code which you can find on your phone’s settings menu. That is all that is required. The tool will show the latest firmware available for your phone. If you do not find the firmware that you are looking for, you can enable Manual mode, and enter additional information.
Download Frija Firmware Tool
Download the tool from the link above and move the downloaded archive to a folder on your computer. Extract the archive. Now you are ready to download a stock firmware.
- Go to the folder where you extracted Frija. Double-tap on “Frija.exe” to launch the program.
- You need to enter the model number of your phone and the CSC code. If you are not sure about this information, head over to the Play Store and download Phone Info. Open the app and take note of Phone Model and Active CSC code.
- Enter the required information, click on Auto and then click on Check update.
- The tool will display the firmware version, the size of the file, Android version and the filename.
- Click on Download. This will start the download process of the firmware. You can see the download speed on the right side of the program.
If you do not find the correct firmware that you are looking for, enable Manual mode and enter the additional information that is required. Once you have downloaded the firmware you want, you can flash it on your phone through Odin.
That is all you have to do to download a stock firmware for your Galaxy phone directly from Samsung’s servers. If you have any questions or issues let us know below.