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Samsung Galaxy Core Prime TD-LTE SM-G360GY Firmware Download

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Samsung Galaxy Core Prime TD-LTE SM-G360GY Firmware Download

Samsung Galaxy Core Prime TD-LTE SM-G360GY Firmware

The official update Samsung Galaxy Core Prime TD-LTE SM-G360GY Firmware 4.4.4 for the Samsung Galaxy Core Prime TD-LTE SM-G360GY Firmware is available for download through the official download links provided below.

Samsung Galaxy Core Prime TD-LTE SM-G360GY Firmware

Samsung Galaxy Core Prime TD-LTE G360GY Review

The Samsung Galaxy core prime maintains Samsung’s foray into the sixty four-bit field. With it the company has a lineup that spans from the access-level to the flagship. The phone is based on a Snapdragon 410 chipset, which has 4 Cortex-A53 cores and Adreno 306.

A53 is the 64-bit substitute of the Cortex-A7 and ARM claims it offers a tangible overall performance development. As we observed with the Galaxy Grand top though, clock pace is more critical (for now) and 1.2GHz may not get you that a long way.

Firmware Details

  • Device Samsung Galaxy Core Prime TD-LTE SM-G360GY
  • Models: SM-G360GY
  • Firmware: G360GY
  • Region: USA
  • Status: Official
  • Type: Full
  • File Name:Zip

How to Install/Update Official Firmware on Samsung Galaxy Core Prime TD-LTE SM-G360GY via Samsung Kies:

  1. Turn on Internet connection on your device (should have stable Internet connection)
  2. Download and Install Samsung Kies Utility on your PC
  3. Connect your device to PC through USB
  4. Open/Run Samsung Kies, it should automatically detect your device
  5. At the Samsung Kies home screen, you’ll see New Firmware Upgrade is available notification (If it show- “This is the last firmware”, then your device haven’t received the latest firmware on Kies, check back later or try flashing manually through Odin)
  6. Click on the Firmware Upgrade button to start the update process
  7. Follow onscreen instructions
  8. Once done, your device will be reboot automatically
  9. After reboot, you can disconnect your device from PC
  • If both the above official way don’t work for you, then download firmware from the below list and follow the manual installation guide as it is.

How to Update Samsung Galaxy Core Prime TD-LTE SM-G360GY manually

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  1. First, enable USB debugging from the establishment.
  2. Download official for the Samsung Galaxy Core Prime TD-LTE SM-G360GY top and unzip it.
  3.  Download the latest version of Odin from above and unzip the zip file.
  4.  Run the file on your PC Odin3 v3.07 .exe.
  5. Now boot your Galaxy Core Prime TD-LTE USA SM-G360GY download mode by press and holding the (Power + Home + Vol Down) buttons.
  6. Once you enter download mode, is an ID: COM port turned blue and message added in Odin3 v3.07 .exe message box means that the device has been recognized by Odin.
  7. If ID: COM does not appear, the driver is not installed correctly or try different USB cable.
  8. Now locate and add the firmware file ‘tar’ (downloaded from above) to the tab / AP PDA in Odin.
  9. Ensure that only these two options “Auto Reboot” and “Time F.Reset” is tick. (Make sure you re-partition is not marked)
  10.  Now click the “Start” button and start flashing the file. Waiting until ‘Pass’ appears in green on the Odin screen.
  11.  Done.

How to Install/Update Official Firmware on Samsung Galaxy Core Prime TD-LTE SM-G360GY With OTA (Over the Air)

  1. Turn on Internet connection on your device (should have stable Internet connection)
  2. Go to Settings>>About, and tap on the Update Option from there (If its show “The latest update have already been installed” message, then your device haven’t receive any OTA yet, check back later or try installing through Kies.
  3. Tap OK to start the download and installation process
  4. Once done, your device will reboot automatically
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Download Samsung Galaxy Core Prime TD-LTE SM-G360GY Flash File

DOWNLOAD LINK

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  • Note: Make sure the battery is fully charged before Flash is installed. Choose the firmware carefully and the wrong firmware can damage your cell phone.

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