How to downgrade T-Mobile Note 5 from Android Nougat to Marshmallow.A few days back, T-Mobile decided to roll out the latest stock Android 7.0 Nougat update for its Galaxy Note 5 SM-N920T. Samsung Galaxy Note 5 has managed to retain its huge popularity thanks to the Note 7 debacle and the fact that Note 5 comes with a lot of amazing features and some decent specifications. Until now the device came with Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow firmware but now, this device has had the first taste of official Nougat firmware and users have quickly updated their devices.
Most of the users have updated to the new firmware and most of them are happy with the update. However, if you are one of those who preferred the Marshmallow firmware and wants to downgrade your T-Mobile Note 5 N920T from Android Nougat to Marshmallow then you are certainly at the right place.
Here, we have prepared a step-by-step guide where we will teach you how to downgrade your T-Mobile Note 5 N920T from Android Nougat to Marshmallow in a simple and easy way. All that you need to do is fulfil some prerequisites, complete some downloads, and follow the instructions.
- Make sure to have a backup of all your important data.
- You must have the Samsung USB drivers installed on your device.
- USB Debugging should be enabled on your device.
- Remember to have more than 50% battery percentage.
How to downgrade T-Mobile Note 5 from Android Nougat to Marshmallow
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- Download the files by going to the links mentioned above.
- Extract the Odin zip file and run the file named Odin3.exe on your PC.
- Now boot your device into Download Mode by turning off the device, and then pressing and holding “Volume down + home + Power” buttons simultaneously and then selecting download mode.
- Connect your device to the PC using USB cable.
- Now, click on AP tab in Odin and then choose the download firmware .tar file. Be sure to check “F.Reset Time” and “Auto-Reboot” options and leave the rest unchecked.
- Select the installation process by selecting the Marshmallow stock firmware file and then clicking on the Start button on the Odin screen.
- After the process is complete, your device will reboot automatically.
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