How To Unroot / Unbrick Samsung Galaxy Note Edge (BootLoop Fix)

Safely Unroot / Unbrick Samsung Galaxy Note Edge (BootLoop Fix) In 2min

If you have a rooted Samsung Galaxy Note Edge and you want to unroot it or you just want to fix a bricked Samsung Galaxy Note Edge (Unbrick Samsung Galaxy S4 Note Edge) then just follow this simple safe step by step guide.You can also fix bootloop with this guide.This article will help you on How To Unroot / Unbrick Samsung Galaxy Note Edge (BootLoop Fix).This guide also help you to return back to the stock ROM On Samsung Galaxy Note Edge.

How To Unroot / Unbrick Samsung Galaxy Note Edge (BootLoop Fix)

*This guide is only for the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge (All Models) android smartphone. Don’t try this method on any of other Android devices, It may hard brick your device.

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How To Unroot / Unbrick Samsung Galaxy Note Edge (BootLoop Fix)


Before following this tutorial we highly recommend to take a full backup of your current ROM in TWRP (If your phone is not bricked), or you can take backup of your contacts, messages and other important documents.


First you need to Setup ADB and Fastboot Drivers on windows PC.


Now you need to install the USB drivers to connect your device with the computer to follow this guide. Without these USB drivers you can’t connect your device to the PC, first download and install these drivers on your system.



Setting->About Phone->Build Number->Tap 7 times on  build number->It will enable the developer mode in the main setting->Go to Developer->Enable the Debugging


Make sure that your phone has more than 60% charge.

After following the above mention steps follow the below mention guide How To Unroot / Unbrick Samsung Galaxy Note Edge (BootLoop Fix) & Back to stock ROM.

How To Unroot / Unbrick Samsung Galaxy Note Edge (BootLoop Fix) & Back to stock ROM

Download USB Drivers


Download the stock ROM

All Samsung Galaxy Note Edge Stock Firmware (AndroidrootZ)

Download ODIN tool 

Latest ODIN Tool

How To Unroot / Unbrick Samsung Galaxy Note Edge (BootLoop Fix) & Back to stock ROM

Step By Step Guide

Unroot / Unbrick Samsung Galaxy Note Edge


  • First install Samsung Galaxy Note Edge USB drivers on Windows PC (From above Link).Then Download the Galaxy Note EdgeStock Firmware from the link above and extract the folder on your desktop. (Download the correct Firmware)
  • Download ODIN flash tool form here to flash the firmware on your phone. Extract the folder and you will see the ODIN.exe file in the folder.
  • Now Turn off your Samsung Galaxy S4 Value Edition and Boot in download mode.(Hold down Volume Down + Home + Power button at the same time)
  • Once your Samsung Galaxy Note Edge is in download mode. Connect it to the PC with USB cable and run the ODIN.exe file on your desktop.
  • If everything is right and drivers are working properly. You will see the blue box on the ODIN screen, if not reinstall the drivers again and reboot your PC.
  • Now select the AP option from the ODIN screen and select the firmware file that you extracted
  • Hit the Start button from the ODIN screen to start the flashing process.
  • Once completed you will see the PASS messages on the ODIN and Phone will reboot automatically. Now you can disconnect your phone.

IMPORTANT:. If you phone stuck on the boot loop or in the Samsung Android Loog. Then turn off the phone and reboot in recovery mode. TO do this Hold down Volume Up + Home + Power button at the same time. Now from recovery select Wipe Data/Factory Reset and after that Wipe cache partition. Now reboot you phone.


DONE!!!! You unbricked /Unrooted Your Samsung Galaxy Note Edge.Now your Phone is running the stock ROM.Check it on the setting.ENJOY..:)

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