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Galaxy A2 Core SM-A260F U6 Firmware [A260FXXS6ATF2]

A2 Core SM-A260F Binary 6 Firmware

The specific Galaxy A2 Core SM-A260F U6 Firmware Download Package has a Stock ROM of Galaxy A2 Core SM-A260F U6 Security Patch Level 2020-06-01 (1 June 2020). This helps bypass the FRP lock and revert from the root and custom ROM.

Samsung Galaxy A2 Core SM-A260F U6 Firmware 8.1.0 Oreo – A260FXXS6ATF2

There are various reasons to flash “Stock Firmware on Galaxy A2 Core SM-A260F U6“. For example, your phone will be stuck or hang on the logo. You want to remove the FRP lock from it.

If you’re going to reset your phone hard and cannot access the recovery menu. But most of the problems that cause flashing stock ROM are below.

The Advantages Of Stock ROM:

  • Flash Stock ROM to solve the boot loop issue
  • Update and Downgrade
  • Unroot or Fix Bugs on the phone
  • To solve the lag or stutter
  • By flashing Stock ROM, you can fix software issues.
  • Revert to stock to get your warranty.

Pre-requirements:

Galaxy A2 Core SM-A260F U6 Stock ROM Details:

SM-A260F U6 Firmware – A260FXXS6ATF2:

Model: SM-A260F Binary 6 U6, S6, Bit 6
Region / Country: South Africa
Language:: Multi-Language
Android version: Android 8.1.0 Oreo
Operator: Clean XFA (without logo, operator apps)
PDA: A260FXXS6ATF2
CSC: A260FOJM6ATF2
Product code: XFA
Build Date: 09 Jun 2020
Security Patch Level: 2020-06-01 (1 June 2020)
Size: 807 MB
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How To Install Galaxy A2 Core SM-A260F U6 Stock Firmware:

Download the Odin and USB Drivers on your PC. Follow the below link to install the firmware using the Odin Flash tool.

How To Flash Samsung Stock Firmware With ODIN

1: Download and Install Samsung USB Driver on your computer. If a Samsung USB Driver is installed on your computer, Skip this Step.

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2: Download and extract the [highlight color=”yellow”]Galaxy A2 Core SM-A260F U6 Firmware[/highlight] files on your computer.

3: Now, Switch off your Smartphone.

4: After switching off the phone, you must boot into Download Mode. To boot into download mode.

Press and hold Volume Down, Home and Power button at the same time for 5-8 seconds until download mode is active.

5: In the Download mode, you can see a Warning Yellow Triangle Sign. In this situation, you must press the Volume Up key to continue.

6: Now, Download and open Odin. Then, connect your Smartphone to the computer.

7: Once you have connected the Smartphone to the computer, Odin will automatically recognize the device and show the “Added” message at the lower-left panel.

8: Once Odin detects your device, click the PDA button, and select the Firmware.tar file.

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9: Now, click the Start button in Odin to begin the Flashing.

10: Flashing usually takes 30-50 seconds to complete on your Phone.

Once the Firmware process is completed, you will be able to see a Green Box with Pass written on it in Odin. During this process, the Smartphone will reboot automatically.

Once you see, the Pass message in Odin, you can disconnect your Device from the computer.

The flashing process will begin and should take about 10–12 minutes. Your device may take some time to reboot, but don’t be alarmed.

When your Galaxy A2 Core SM-A260F U6 finally boots up, you should now be running your desired firmware.

If you want to check that the correct firmware is installed, head to Settings –> About Phone –> Software Information. The firmware number is located under the “Baseband version.”

Disclaimer:

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  • Please read and understand the Full Guide before flashing “Galaxy A2 Core SM-A260F U6 Firmware.
  • Use these instructions at your own risk. We will not be responsible for everything that happens to your device, resulting from using information in this guide.
  • Before flashing, Stock ROM must have a 70–80% charge.

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