Saturday, April 29, 2017

G925TUVU5EQC2 T-Mobile Galaxy S6 edge G920T Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow Stock Firmware

T-Mobile has rolled out another round of Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update on Galaxy S6 edge G925T. This update is labeled as version G925TUVU5EQC2, and it brings the March 1, 2017 Android security patch level and various system improvements.

Galaxy S6 edge SM-G925T Firmware version G925TUVU5EQC2

  • Device Galaxy S6 edge SM-G925T

  • Android version 6.0.1 Marshmallow

  • Android security patch level March 1, 2017

  • Baseband version G925TUVU5EQC2

  • Kernel version 3.10.61-9756325

  • Build number MMB29K.G925TUVU5EQC2

  • AP: G925TUVU5EQC2

  • CP: G925TUVU5EQC2

  • CSC: G925TTMB5EQC2

What’s New:

  • Various system improvements

  • March 1, 2017 Android security patches

Download G925TUVU5EQC2 Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow Stock Firmware:

G925TUVU5EQC2 Firmware (Non-Wipe Packed)


Note: The stock firmware is for advanced users only or so-called Android ninjas. If you haven’t modified your device, you may simply take the update via Over-The-Air. Anyways, flashing the stock firmware will not tripped the KNOX app nor void the warranty of your device, since it’s the official firmware built by Google and Samsung. So it means you can use the stock firmware to manually update your device if ever it hasn’t available in the country you’re in.

Quick Guide on How to Install a Stock Firmware


  • Odin Flasher– Select the Odin version to flash the firmware version.

  • USB Driver – Only needed if you haven’t installed the Smart Switch for PC.


  • Backup all the important data or files that were stored in your phone’s internal memory.

  • Recharge the phone or it should have at-least around 50% remaining power.

  • Activate USB debugging mode. Go to Settings > About device > then look for the firmware build number and then Tap that build number for around 7-times until a message pop-up that says something like “Congratulations you are now a developer”.

  • TURN OFF the Reactivation Lock – from Home screen tap on Settings > Security > Reactivation Lock and then uncheck the Reactivation lock option.


  1. Extract/Unzip the download stock firmware.

  2. Run and Configure Odin Flasher. In Odin window DO NOT tick the option box that says ‘Re-Partition’. Leave ‘Auto Reboot’ and ‘F.Reset Time’ check-marked by default.

  3. Load the stock firmware package in Odin’s AP button.

  4. Reboot the device into Download Mode. Turn it Off first. Press and hold the Volume Down, HOME and Power ON button at the same time). You will then presented into a “Warning Message” screen, just press the Volume Up to continue. Once the Android robot and a “Downloading” message appears.

  5. Connect the device into the computer using the supplied USB data cable.

  6. Begin Flashing. Tick the ‘START’ button.

DO NOT disconnect nor do anything when the phone is already in download mode. You’ll messed up the phone if you accidentally interfere the installation. Wait until a word “PASS” appears on the left side of the Odin screen, it is an indication that the installation successfully completes. If you get failed errors, check the USB connection condition, repeat the whole process. Wait until the phone completely reboots before you unplug it from the computer.

Tips: Though this is just an optional one, but this method has been proven effective and we’ve still used it for a quite some time now. This process will get rid of some issues and you’ll gain a much cleaner and fresher firmware installation. But then again, you must have created a backup of your data stored in your phone’s internal memory before doing so. You may then perform factory data reset right after the new firmware installation. To do this, just press and hold the Volume Home, HOME and Power button at the same time while the phone is turned OFF, then select Wipe Data/Factory Reset. You may also proceed to Wipe System Cache/Partition if some issues still persists.



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