After tying many custom ROMs, mods and themes you want to go back to the official and stock firmware that the Samsung Galaxy S4 comes with. And you want to do this for various reasons.

Installing a custom ROM avoids the warranty and installing a stock firmware returns it or you want to do this because the ROM you have installed may not be very stable .image

Download Samsung Galaxy S4 firmwares here

Here’s the guide on how to install stock firmware on your Galaxy S4:

1. Power off Samsung Galaxy S4.
2. Press and hold down Volume Up + Home + Power buttons at the same time.
3. Go and select factory and data reset.
4. Then press and hold Volume Down + Home + Power button at the same time.
5. Press Volume Up button when warning prompt.
6. Odin download mode will be loaded.
5. Connect USB cable to your phone.
7. At PC, extract firmware .tar (or .tar.md5) file that you downloaded to Firmware folder.
8. Then bring up Odin3.07. Download odin 3.07 here
9. Click on PDA. Select the .tar (or .tar.md5) at Firmware folder.
10. Click Start then.
11. Remove USB cable from your phone when you see green PASS!

That’s it. You have successfully installed stock official firmware on your Samsung Galaxy S4.

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  • taran

    i have the the team win project installed on my phone. how would i get rid of that and then install these firmwares? PLEASE HELP

    • Hi taran, do you want to only remove TWPR or do you want to install a firmware?

      • taran

        Well I want to remove the twpr and have my phone back to how it was when I bought it

        • Simply flash a firmware with Odin. Make sure to factory reset it first through recovery.

          • taran

            How would I do that? And which firmware?

          • Follow the guide above. Select whatever firmware you want.