Firmware for US Samsung Devices

Firmware downloads for Samsung Android Devices exclusively released in the United States. These are all official and the original public released firmware by Samsung and all US major carriers.

Firmware for Galaxy S Series

Simply navigate on each device name and then hit the model number of each carrier to grab the specified and the appropriate firmware version that you were looking for.

Device name AT&T Sprint T-Mobile Verizon
Galaxy S7 SM-G930A SM-G930P SM-G930T SM-G930V
Galaxy S7 Edge SM-G935A SM-G935P SM-G935T SM-G935V
Galaxy S6 SM-G920A SM-G920P SM-G920T SM-G920V
Galaxy S6 Edge SM-G925A SM-G925P SM-G925T SM-G925V
Galaxy S6 Edge Plus SM-G928A SM-G928P SM-G928T SM-G928V
Galaxy S5 SM-G900A SM-G900P SM-G900T SM-G900V
Galaxy S4 SGH-I337  SPH-L720 SGH-M919 SCH-I545
Galaxy S3 SGH-I747  SPH-L710 SGH-T999 SCH-I535

Bloatware Free Firmware for Unlocked Devices

Device name Model number
US Unlocked Galaxy S7 SM-G930U
US Unlocked Galaxy S7 Edge SM-G935U
US Unlocked Galaxy S6 SM-G920T

Firmware for Galaxy Note Series

Device name AT&T Sprint T-Mobile Verizon
Galaxy Note5 SM-N920A SM-N920P SM-N920T SM-N920V
Galaxy Note 4 SM-N910A SM-N910P SM-N910T SM-N910V
Galaxy Note Edge SM-N915A  SM-N915P SM-N915T SM-N915V
Galaxy Note 3 SM-N900A SM-N900P SM-N900T SM-N900V
Galaxy Note 2 SGH-I317 SPH-L900 SGH-T889 SCH-I605

All Other U.S. Samsung Phones Firmware

Device AT&T Sprint T-Mobile Verizon
Galaxy S6 Active  –
Galaxy S5 Active  SM-G870A
Galaxy S5 Mini SM-G800A  –  –
Galaxy S5 Sport SM-G860P  –  –
Galaxy S4 Mini  – SPH-L520  – SCH-I435
Galaxy S4 Active SGH-I537  –
Galaxy S3 Mini  –  –  – SM-G730V
Galaxy J7  – SM-J700P SM-J700T  –
Galaxy J3 (2016)  – SM-J320P SM-J320V
Galaxy J3 Emerge  – SM-J327P
Galaxy Avant  – SM-G386T  –
Galaxy Core Prime  – SM-G360P  SM-G360T SM-G360V
Galaxy Grand Prime  SM-G530A SM-G530P SM-G530T
Galaxy Express Prime SM-J320A  –
Galaxy Alpha SM-G850A  –
Galaxy Mega SGH-I527 SPH-L600  –
Galaxy Mega 2 SM-G750A  –  –  –

For Beginners:

If this is your first time heard about a firmware, well, everyone can use it like restoring back a rooted device to its factory default state. The firmware itself has been also a very handy tool for fixing the device if it runs into problems if one messed-up while modifying the device system. It can do repair the device if the system has been truncated and resulted into “bootloop” (phone keeps on restarting all over and over again) or it’s just stuck on a Samsung logo.

For Advanced Users and Developers:

These firmware were originally built by Android developers under Google’s Android Open Source Project (AOSP). Just in-case someone might need it in a very useful way, such as the main base for customization projects and then shares it to the public.