Samsung S6 Edge Plus was Samsung’s flagship 2 years back and it was launched with then latest Android version, Android Lollipop 5.0. The device has been updated to the latest version of Android Nougat now following the Android Marshmallow update.
The stock firmwares for the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus are now available including both the Marshmallow and Nougat Firmwares. Stock firmware could be used in case your device got stuck in a bootloop or if you wish to unroot your phone or replace a Custom ROM with Stock Firmware.
You can both upgrade to Nougat or downgrade to Marshmallow using Stock firmware. You can also occasionally factory reset your phone and install Stock firmware to solve any software issues or to improve the overall performance of your device.
The following is a list of Marshmallow and Nougat firmware download links along with the respective security patch updates. The official stock firmwares are only for the T-Mobile variant of the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Plus, so please do not install it on any other variant of the device.
Download T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Plus Stock Marshmallow and Nougat Firmware
|April Security Patch
|May Security Patch
|May Security Patch
|July Security Patch
If you want to manually flash the Stock Firmware on your Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Plus, you can follow our simple step by step guide below.
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- Download & Install Download Latest Samsung Galaxy USB Drivers (v1.5.61) on your computer,
- Enable USB debugging on your Galaxy Smartphone.Guide How to Enable Developer Options & USB Debugging
- Take a backup of your apps & data.Guide How to Backup Important Data On Android (Non rooted users)
Steps To Install Stock Firmware On T-Mobile Galaxy S6 Edge Plus
- First, read the Pre-requirements section carefully.
- Download the Stock Firmware from the download section above and remember the location
Now Follow the guide to flash the firmware >> How To Install A Stock Firmware Using Odin
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