If you are looking Firmware for your Samsung SM-N960U smartphone, in this post, you will get the official link to download Samsung SM-N960U Stock Firmware ROM (flash file) on your Laptop/PC. Firmware always comes in a zip file, which contains Flash File, Flash Tool, USB Driver and How-to Flash Manual.
Samsung SM-N960U Stock ROM [Firmware Flash File]
The Flash File always help you to Upgrade, Downgrade or re-install the Stock Firmware (Operating System) on your Mobile Device. If you are facing any Software Issue, Bootloop Issue, IMEI Issue or Dead Issue. You can repair your Samsung SM-N960U Android 10 using Stock ROM [Firmware Flash File].
File Name: SM-N960U_N960USQS1ARJ9_N960UOYN1ARJ9_VZW_8.1.0_5File.zip
File Size: 5 GB
Flash Tool: SP Flash Tool for Windows >>>> SP Flash Tool for Linux
How to Flash: Follow Tutorial
How to Flash Your Samsung SM-N960U device full guide step by step
Step 1: First of all you must download and extract the Samsung SM-N960U stock firmware zip folder on your Laptop/Computer.
Step 2: After that extracting the folder, you will get the Flash File, Flash Tool, USB Driver and How to Flash Manually.
Step 3: Now install the USB Driver on your PC or Computer, and if in case USB Driver is already installed on your PC you can SKIP this step.
Step 4: How to Flash Manually to Flash the Firmware on your Samsung SM-N960U Device. Read the following guide carefully…
SP Flash Tool: If would you like to download the latest version of SP Flash Tool, then you must head over to SP Flash Tool for Windows or SP Flash Tool for Linux page.
Take a Backup: If you are going to flash the above Firmware on your Samsung SM-N960U device. I would strongly recommend you to create a backup of your device storage and all your files saved on your device because your personal data will be deleted after flashing firmware.
NOTE: You May Stock ROM on Samsung SM-N960U Firmware, it is officially released by the company. It really helps you to recovery your device if you ever got bootloop, software error, update error, hanging and dead issue. If anything goes wrong the author is not responsible for it.