Download Sprint Samsung Galaxy Note 4 SM-N910P original stock firmware. These firmware files are for developers, advanced users, enthusiast, and alike. These are all full factory firmware files, it’s all untouched, unmodified and remained as official as it was. So you can rest assured that once you flashed one of these original firmware packages it will not knock down the KNOX counter of your device. It was all directly pulled from OTA updates and are all flashable firmware packaged that can be loaded onto Odin3_v3.10.6.
SM-N910P Sprint Galaxy Note 4 Stock Firmware – Official Release Builds
|Baseband | Build version||Android version||Build date||Stock|
|N910PVPU4DPD1||6.0.1 Marshmallow||2016 April||(link)|
|N910PVPU4DPC1||6.0.1 Marshmallow||2016 March||(link)|
|N910PVPS4COK1||5.1.1 Lollipop||2015 December||(link)|
|N910PVPU4COJ6||5.1.1 Lollipop||2015 November||(link)|
|N910PVPU4COG5||5.1.1 Lollipop||2015 August||(link)|
|N910PVPU3BOF5||5.0.1 Lollipop||2015 June||(link)|
|N910PVPU2BOE1||5.0.1 Lollipop||2015 April||(link)|
|N910PVPU1BOB7||5.0.1 Lollipop||2015 February||(link)|
|N910PVPU1ANK2||4.4.4 KitKat||2014 November||(link)|
|N910PVPU1ANIE||4.4.4 KitKat||2014 September||(link)|
Sprint Galaxy Note 4 SM-N910P Firmware Build’s Technical Details Screenshots:
Important Note: These stock firmware packages are exclusively for Sprint Samsung Galaxy Note 4 SM-N910P only. Noting that each firmware build version starts with “N910P” which actually should match to the phone’s model number. Do not ever try use these firmware files in case you don’t exactly really knew where or when and how to use it. Use of these firmware files is solely at your own risk! The list might be incomplete. If you couldn’t find what you’re looking for, then you are welcome to find it somewhere else. I’ve just put all up all together in one single page, as these files are very useful to fix yours as well as my Sprint Samsung Galaxy Note 4 SM-N910P phone if somehow we both messed-up from rooting and installing a modified firmware.
Is it possible to downgrade Sprint Galaxy Note 4 from Android 5.1.1 and roll back to Android 5.0.1 or 4.4.4?
No. The Android 5.1.1 comes with a new bootloader secured, which will not allow us to downgrade anymore. Doing so may just fail upon flashing via Odin. I tried it several times just to confirm but got no luck out of it. So please be aware with that as downgrading cannot be done from now on, this may be due to the new security policy guidelines in the US.
How and when a stock firmware can be use for?
· Fix a bricked phone either soft bricked or hard bricked but depends on phone status as long as the phone can reboot into download mode.
· 100% completely removed root and it cleans and wipes out all 3rd-party rouge apps inside the system tray.
· Restore back the phone from custom ROM to official firmware.
· Manually upgrades from 4.4.4 to 5.0.1 updates.
· Manually pull and dump system files such as Apps, Kernel, Boot image, Stock Recovery, CSC, Modem, Radio Interface Layer (RIL) etc. (Developers method)
Odin Flasher versions
USB Driver versions
|USB Driver 220.127.116.11 (5.0)||Download|
|USB Driver 18.104.22.168 (4.4)||Download|
How to Install Back the Full Stock Firmware on Sprint Samsung Galaxy Note 4 SM-N910P
Install the USB driver
This process cannot be done if your Galaxy Note 4 isn’t recognized by the computer. So make sure to install the USB driver first.
Unzip the firmware file
Decompress the firmware file by using WinZip, 7zip, Winrar.
Run and Configure Odin
Run Odin downloader Odin3_v3.10.6 on your PC desktop. Watch out the check-boxes options on the right top of Odin, ensure that the ‘RE-PARTITION’ is unchecked, only the “AUTO-REBOOT” and “F.RESET TIME” checkboxes are both remained checked.
Reboot your Galaxy Note 4 N910P into Download Mode
To reboot the Galaxy Note 4 into download mode, you need to turn the power off first. Once it is completely turned off, just press and hold the Volume Down, Home and the Power/Lock button simultaneously. It should then prompt you into a warning screen and asking you to press volume up if you want to continue or volume down to cancel, just simply press volume up to get into download mode. The download mode then displays an Android robot and say’s “Downloading.. Do not turn off target!!”
Connect your Galaxy Note 4 into your Computer
As soon as you reboot the phone in download mode, simply connect the phone to your PC or laptop USB. In Odin window – the ID:COM box will turn to blue color and indicates the COM port number and a word “Added” on a log box will prompt you that the device is already detected or recognized by Odin. Your COM port number might be different from mine. If you do not see a COM port number then there’s something missing or wrong. You may read again from the top of this post.
Load the Galaxy Note 4 SM-N910P Stock Firmware package
The stock ROM packs in single .tar.md5 file only. You just need to simply click on the AP button, then browse to the folder where the file you have previously extracted and then select and load it. Example: “N910PVPU3BOF5_N910PVSPTBOF5_HOME.tar.md5″
Start Installing the Stock Firmware
Once all set and ready, fire-up the “START” button in Odin to begin flashing the stock ROM. Do not ever interrupt the phone while already in flashing progress, like disconnecting the cable or turning off the device. Just wait until it completely finishes.
Wait until Odin shows PASS!!
When the Stock ROM installation successfully completes, you will then see a word “PASS” in Odin. That simply indicates that the flashing was finished, and on the log box it says “All threads completed. (succeed 1 / failed 0)”. The phone will just then automatically reboot, then it’s about time to disconnect it from your computer. Confirm if you successfully installed the stock firmware by going into the Apps>Settings>About device.
Troubleshooting when Odin flashing failed!
Perform a factory reset after flashing especially when your device previously runs on any unofficial firmware? This is process is optional, but this method can get rid of on unwanted boot loop and lag issues once the flashing finishes. To do this;
Press and hold Volume Up+ Home+Power button, then select the Wipe Data/Factory Reset, to gain a fresh firmware installed.
If you use this for unrooting and restoring back from custom ROM but cannot get through the during the flashing and you get “Odin failed!” error. You may just repeat the process but make sure to check everything from USB data cable, computer’s USB serial port, USB driver try the other Odin version. You may also sort out what causes the flashing failure like the root kernels, custom ROM and any modified system images you have previously installed in your device. A mismatch of any system images such as the bootloader and kernel build will cause Odin to fail.