post, You will get the latest and official Firmware Flash File Download links of Samsung Galaxy S2 Plus SM-G973F Stock Rom, for repairing your device if you have experienced bootloop, System errors, Unbrick dead after flash, Screen Lock, Pattern Lock, FRP / Google Account, hanging and dead problems. Flash Stock Firmware using Odin Flash Tool, You can download this file on your computer easily with step by step guide.
With this latest Samsung Galaxy S2 Plus SM-G973F Firmware Flash File that’s free to download, you can see flash file tools and USB drivers.
File Name: G973FXXU1ASD5_G973FOWO1ASD4_ZTO_5File.zip
File Size: 4 GB
Android Version: 9.0
How to Flash (install): Follow Tutorial
Download Odin: Odin Tool to Flash the firmware – Click here
Step by step to Flash Samsung Galaxy S2 Plus SM-G973F Firmware
Follow these steps given below:
- Extract (unzip) the Samsung firmware file
- Download Odin Tool
- Extract Odin ZIP file
- Open Odin execute file
- Installed the USB driver to Set up the Samsung Galaxy S2 Plus SM-G973F device with the PC
- Reboot Samsung phone in Download Mode (hold Home + Power + Volume Down buttons then plug-in cable)
- Press the “Volume UP” button to continue
- Connect your Samsung phone and wait until you get a blue sign in Odin
- Add the 1 file Samsung firmware to AP/PDA or 4 files Samsung firmware (AP/BL/CP/CSC) to it’s slots
- Make sure re-partition is NOT ticked
- Click the START button, sit back and wait few minutes
- When finished, the flashing device will reboot automatically and you will see a pass message in Odin.
: Use the firmware file and all flashing tools at your own risk
- Backup the device data to your (PC/USB).
- Eventually during flashing the firmware file on your mobile device. Therefore your all personal data will be deleted and afterwards your device is finally flashed.
- The firmware file download link shared on this post is officially issued by the company. It will help you to recover the mobile phone, if your device ever got any software error, update error, hanging, and dead issue.