Android 6.0 Marshmallow leaked firmware is now available for the T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note 5 SM-N920T. You can follow the instructions to update your phone to the latest version of Android using Odin.
Thanks to the Xda member danon.brown who made it public as has received the official update but please note that it is not the final build however everything seems to be working fine according to him.
Requirements and Guidelines:
- This update is only compatible with the Galaxy Note 5 model number SM-N920T.
- Backup all your important data stored on your device using Android backup apps.
- Download leaked Android 6.0 firmware update for Galaxy Note 5.
- Download Odin3 v3.10 for Windows and Jodin3 for Mac
- Go to Settings > Developers Options and enable USB debugging and OEM unlock.
- Download and Install Samsung USB drivers.
Update Galaxy Note 5 SM-N92oT to Android 6.0 Marshmallow
Step 1: Download the required update files and unzip on your desktop.
Step 2: Power off your phone and reboot into download mode; Press and hold down the Volume down + Menu + Power keys simultaneously for 5 to 6 seconds. Volume up to confirm.
Step 3: Run Odin v3.10.
Step 4: Connect your Note 5 to PC using the USB cable.
Step 5: Hit the BL, AP and CP buttons respectively and select the tar.md5 file as shown in the screenshot below:
During this your PC might hang for a while, just have patience and let Odin3 handle everything.
Step 6: Leave the Odin3 default settings.
Step 7: Finally hit the Start button to flash the Android 6.0 update on T-Mobile Galaxy Note 5.
Step 8: Depending on your system, it usually takes 6 minutes to flash stock firmware. When completed your phone will automatically reboots and Odin will show you with PASS! notification confirming that your Galaxy Note 5 has successfully been updated to latest firmware.
Note: For the first time your phone might take more time to boot, just wait. You’ll also notice your phone might be become slow after the update, all you’ve to do is hard reset your phone by booting into Recovery Mode; Wipe data & Factory reset and delete all caches should make your phone smooth and faster than before.
So the last five messages I get are:
Odin v.3 Engine
Complete Write Operation Failed
All Threads Complete (succeed 0 failed 1)
Update: I was stupid and missed the step where I had to go to developer options. I did that. I’ve gotten all the way to “NAND Write Start” and then it sits and sits and sits. The phone never reboots and I never get a pass. WHen I left at 8am, that’s where it was and when I came back 6 hours later, that’s still where it was. I’m now sitting at that point again for the last 45 minutes.