Download L720VPUEMK2 4.3 Galaxy S4 (SPH-L720) Stock Firmware

Download Galaxy S4 SPH-L720 Android 4.3 Firmware L720VPUEMK2

Device name: Samsung Galaxy S4
Model: SPH-L720
Carrier: (Sprint)
Country: U.S.A
Version: Android 4.3
AP:   L720VPUEMK2
CSC: L720SPTEMK2
MODEM: L720VPUEMK2
Kernel version: 3.4.0-1927016 se.infra@R0504-16 #1
Build number: JSSI5J.L720VPUEMK2
Build date: 11 /16/2013
Release date: 11/30/2013
Changelog: Fixes sleep mode problem
Update from:  L720VPUEMJA
L720_SPR-L720VPUEMK2.zip Download
MD5: 32b609d65e442918c492857bc78d3c5f
The total size of files: 1.37 GB

Stock Firmware Usage: 
- To be use by Android advanced users and developers only.
- Unroot, completely removed or cleanly wipes-out root for rooted devices.
- Restore to official firmware from modified firmware.
- Fixes for unwanted soft-bricks when a user messed-up from modifying the system image.
Disclaimer: Use of the stock firmware is solely at your own risk. 
[Thank's to XDA-Developers for the screenshots]

Samsung Galaxy S II (AT&T) SGH-I777: Install Android 4.0.4, 4.1.2 Firmware Update

Here's how to manaully install the official Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich released for Samsung Galaxy S2 SGH-I777. This guide has been useful if you can't get the update thru Kies or OTA, for some reasons if your device is already rooted or installed with unoofficial firmware.

Thus, who aren't touch their devices like rooting and may only update via Kies. You can follow the official support page from Samsung on how to get this update http://www.samsung.com/us/support/SupportOwnersFAQ





Manually Update using the original stock ROM I777UCLCK3 4.0.4 or I777UCDMD8 4.1.2
Just grab the neceessary files below and read the simple step by step procedure. This has been also useful method for those who needs to fully unroot their phone and restore back to official firmware.
- Makes sure the battery is fully charge
- Back-up all important files stored from the device

Odin Flasher Odin3_v1.85
USB Driver: Download
Stock 4.1.2 Firmware -ATT_I777UCMD8_I777ATTMD8 Download last update!
Stock 4.0.4 Firmware -ATT_ I777UCLK3_I777ATTLK3 Download
               
  • Extract or unzip the contents of the zip file in your computer or laptop
  • Run Odin 
  • Now Enter the device into Download Mode:
    With the phone powered off, plug in the usb cable while holding the vol up + vol down buttons (but not the power button). 
  • When the warning screen appears, press Volume up to continue into download mode. 
  • In Odin, the small edit box in the upper left corner will turn yellow, and say something like [0:COM8]. The number could be different. 
  • Click on PDA button the load the I777UCLK3_I777ATTLK3_I777UCLK3_HOME.tar.md5
  • Click Odin's "Start" button. 
  • Watch the progress bar advance in green while the message box in the lower area describes the steps. 
  • When the flash is finished, the top left larger edit box will turn green and say PASS! and your phone will automatically reboot. 
  • Unplug the usb cable from you phone after it boots up. 
  • Success. You're Bone Stock.
    If your phone enters a bootloop, enter into recovery mode and perform a wipe data/factory reset. 


How to Install/Upgrade Samsung Galaxy Gio to Android 2.3.6 S5660XXKTL/S5660XXKTK Stock Firmware

Here's how to manually upgrade the Samsung Galaxy Gio S5660 to the latest official Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread S5660XXKTL and S5660XXKTK firmware update by using the original stock ROM. Some of you may not probably get upgraded yet, for this firmware is only available in selected countries and can only get thru Kies. But if your outside of this countries Kies will not let you update your Galaxy Gio to this firmware builds.

Just read carefully the instructions below and don't forget to back up all off your important data installed on the device before proceeding.

"Disclaimer: We shall not be held responsible for anything happens to your phone by using this guide. Proceed at your own risk "

Do the following preparations before proceeding:
* Make a back up copy of all important data stored on the device.
* Ensure that the battery is fully charge.
* Close any Antivirus software, if you have KIES installed close it also.
* Remove memory card and sim card on the device.
- PC with Windows XP SP2 OS or later
- .Net Framework 2.0 or later
- Samsung Galaxy Gio S5660
- USB to Micro-USB PC data cable

Needed Files:
ODIN v4.42 Downloader
Gio OPS file
Gio USB Driver (Install this first)

Stock ROM Download:

S5660XXKTL - DBT
PDA: S5660XXKTL
CSC: S5660DBTKT1
Phone: S5660XXKT7
Version: Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread
Country: Germany
Date: May 2012
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S5660XXKTL - LUX
PDA: S5660XXKTL
CSC: S5660LUXLT1
Phone: S5660XXKT7
Version: Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread
Country: Luxemburg
Date: May 2012
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S5660XXKTL - XEN
PDA: S5660XXKTL
CSC: S5660XENLT1
Phone: S5660XXKT7
Version: Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread
Country: Netherlands
Date: April 2012
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S5660XXKTK - CNX
PDA: S5660XXKTK
CSC: S5660OXFKT4
Phone: S5660XXKT6
Version: Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread
Country: Romania (Vodafone) Do not use for unbranded Gio
Date: April 2012
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S5660XXKTK - TCL
PDA: S5660XXKTK
CSC: S5660TCLKT1
Phone: S5660XXKT6
Version: Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread
Country: Portugal (Vodafone)
Date: April 2012
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S5660XXKTK - PAN
PDA: S5660XXKTL
CSC: S5660OXXKT5
Phone: S5660XXKT6
Version: Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread
Country: Hungary Telenor
Date: April 2012
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S5660XXKTK - HTS
PDA: S5660XXKTK
CSC: S5660HTSKT2
Phone: S5660XXKT6
Version: Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread
Country: Sweden (Tre)
Date: April 2012
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S5660XXKTK - SEK
PDA: S5660XXKTK
CSC: S5660OXEKT1
Phone: S5660XXKT6
Version: Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread
Country: Ukraine
Date: April 2012
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S5660XXKTK - TPH
PDA: S5660XXKTK
CSC: S5660OXXKT5
Phone: S5660XXKT6
Version: Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread
Country: Portugal (TPH)
Date: March 2012
Download

Samsung Galaxy Gio S5660  S5660XXKTL or S5660XXKTK Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread Firmware flashing Via ODIN Procedure:
1) Turn off your Samsung Galaxy Gio
2) Remove your SIM Card and SD Card, just to avoid any issues
3) Extract the previously downloaded S5660XXKTL or S5660XXKTK stock firmware packaged.
4) Run ODIN V4.42 multi downloader on your Desktop.
5) Tick on the OPS button then select GIO_v1.0.ops from extracted archive and load it.

6) On ODIN leave the "Protect OPS" and "Auto Reboot" checkboxes checked:

7) Next, Tick on the "One packaged" checkbox, then click on the "One packaged button" on the lower part of Odin and load the: (see an example image guide below)
S5660XXKTL_S5660DBTKT1_S5660XXKT7_HOME.tar.md5

 Odin Flashing Install/Upgrade Samsung Galaxy Gio to  Android 2.3.6 S5660XXKTF Stock Firmware

7) Turn the Samsung Galaxy Mini into Download mode by pressing ( Volume Down + OK + Power ) at the same time.

8) Then Connect the phone to PC, the COM port mapping will turn to yellow colour when the device is properly connected and detected.

9) Hit the "Start" button if all things are ready... to begin flashing.

10) Just wait until the program will finished downloading all the binary files. Don't touch it and avoid interrupting the process. It takes just around 5 minutes depends of your computer speed.

11) A word "PASS" with will then display on the left side square if the flashing successfully completes.

If the flashing successfully completes, the phone will then reboot... then unplug it from the PC.
You may then Perform Factory reset to regain a fresh firmware installation. Just press
 ( Volume UP + OK + Power ) at the same time. Then select "Wipe Data/Factory Reset".
You may then confirm the newly downloaded firmware version name etc by typing **#1234#.
Then change the language settings which is in German within your own locality.

For flashing failures and errors:
- remove the phone from PC
- remove the phone's battery for a couple of seconds  then in-place it back again.
- check the driver installation, do un-install then re-install
- check USB cable or try to use another one
- check PC USB ports and then try to connect to another port
- close any programs like anti-virus that might interrupt the process, especially Kies for it will block Odin from working properly
- then repeat the whole process again

That's it!  your Samsung Galaxy Gio now runs with Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread Firmware version.

How to Upgrade your Samsung Galaxy S2 SGH-i777 to Android ICS 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich UCLE5

Here's the step by step method on how to upgrade your AT&T Samsung Galaxy S II SGH-I777 to the latest official Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich software with build number I777UCLE5.

Updating via KIES
Update is being pushed out slowly, but I figured out a way to forcibly do it in kies.
It simple. Do not plug in your phone while you are doing this.

First, make sure you update to the new version of kies. Then go to the menu bar> tools, then firmware upgrade and initialization.

Click until you get to the screen that asks you to input your S/N and Model name of your phone. Enter in these details. It's behind the battery.

Once you do this, a screen will pop up asking if you are sure you want to upgrade to CSC:LE5. AKA ice cream sandwich.

At this point, plug in your phone and it'll go through.


Upgrade manually using Odin.

Grab I777UCLE5 Full stock Odin Flashable tar: I777UCLE5_I777ATTLE5_I777UCLE5_HOME.tar.md5
(Contains I777UCLE5_I777ATTLE5_I777UCLE5_HOME.tar.md5)
Odin Flasher Odin3_v1.83
  • Extract the contents of the zip file to a directory on your hard disk drive. This Odin3 One-click downloader contains firmware from the stock binary download available from samfirmware on sammobile.com. The bootloaders boot.bin, sbl.bin and param.lfs have been removed for safety. (Contains cache.img, factoryfs.img, hidden.img, modem.bin and zImage.)
  • Run Odin
  • Now Enter Download Mode:
    • With the phone powered off, plug in the usb cable while holding the vol up + vol down buttons (but not the power button).
    • When the warning screen appears, press Volume up to continue into download mode.
  • In Odin, the small edit box in the upper left corner will turn yellow, and say something like [0:COM8]. The number could be different.
  • Click Start. Watch the progress bar advance in green while the message box in the lower area describes the steps. When the flash is finished, the top left larger edit box will turn green and say PASS! and your phone will automatically reboot.
  • Unplug the usb cable from you phone after it boots up. Success. You're Bone Stock.
  • If your phone enters a bootloop, enter 3e recovery and perform a wipe data/factory reset.

NOTE: Odin3 will recognize both tar and tar.md5 files. When using the tar.md5, Odin will verify the md5 sum first before flashing.


SGH-I777 Users testimonial about the ICS 4.0.3 update:
So after doing the upgrade yesterday (and wiping out most of the files on my SD card and internal storage ), I played with it all last night and this morning for a while... Then decided to go promptly back to CM9. There were things I liked about TouchWiz on GB, but on my phone everything seemed to just be significantly slower than CM9. There were also quite a few CM features I was missing, such as lock screen shortcuts & widgets, profiles, etc. It'll take me a while to get that all set up again how I want it, but I'm already glad I went back to CM9.

As far as why someone would want to go to the "buggy" official AT&T build, it was really just for the sake of trying it out, to see for myself how good or bad the official stuff is, and to see if I really do prefer the CM9 ICS experience over TouchWiz ICS. I really did like TW Gingerbread over CM7 Gingerbread. I think it's the same curiosity that drives the developers to work on these phones, and that drives all of us to try different custom ROMs, kernels, etc. I think we're all here to find out what our phones can do, and what we can do with them.

In the end, my curiosity has been sated, and I'm happier with CM9, even when there are occasional rough edges. Thanks to all of the devs who work so hard on it, and who work on all the other ROMs, kernels, apps and other related projects. And even though I ended up ditching it, I'd like to express gratitude to the Samsung and AT&T devs (who may or may not hang out on these forums) who have put in work on Android. As much as we hate our carriers, without them we wouldn't have phones or service to run them on. If AT&T didn't offer the GS II, I wouldn't have it right now (with CM9 ).


Ok, been using ICS for a couple of days and I don't see huge changes. Some icons ane menus, gmail is great, but unlike most if you my battery life is no as great as it was before...
Is there a way to make wallpaper scrollable?

No. I assumed that the update through kies updated the bootloaders, so I found a stock 2.3.4 one click odin executable W/ Bootloaders in the development section and flashed that. Make sure you factory reset and clear cache in 3e recovery before you do so. New bootloaders can't take advantage of the Jig. I also didn't want to find out what flashing gingerbread on ICS bootloaders would do my phone.

I find 2.3.6 has battery issues, and I find 2.3.4 to be THE most stable release.

You can find out more here on XDA-Developer discussion thread.

Odin3_v3.09 flasher tool for Samsung Galaxy S3 Download

Download the new Odin3_v3.04 a new flasher tool for Samsung Galaxy S III, the successor of Galaxy S2 that has launched  around the world. The Odin3_v3.04 is the default PC application that can be used to manually install or flash Stock ROM, Kernels, Modems and Custom ROM. If you are an advanced user and an expert of tweaking Galaxy S3 firmware, you need this to enjoy more of your device.
Odin3_v3.04

Download Odin3 v3.04
Download Odin3 v3.07
Download Odin3 v3.09
USB DRIVER - Download (You may need it so Odin will work on your computer)

This is also useful to fix soft-bricks by flashing the stock ROM, you can read a full detailed guide on how install Samsung Galaxy S3 Stock ROM here: How to Install Samsung Galaxy S III Stock ROM