SamsungStock Firmware

Galaxy S20 FE Exynos SM-G780F/DS Binary 15 Firmware

Download the latest Galaxy S20 FE Exynos SM-G780F/DS Firmware G780FXXSFFXA6 Package, featuring the Security Patch Level from 2024-02-01 (February 1, 2024). This update is essential for bypassing the FRP lock, reverting from root access, and switching back from custom ROMs to the original firmware. Keep your device secure and up-to-date with this crucial download.

Samsung Galaxy S20 FE Exynos SM-G780F/DS Binary 15 Android 13 Brazil ZTO G780FXXSFFXA6

Model / DeviceSM-G780F/DS Binary 15 U15, S15, Bit 15
Region / CountryBrazil
LanguageMulti-Language
Android VersionAndroid 13 T
Operator / CarrierClean ZTO (without logo, operator apps)
AP/PDAG780FXXSFFXA6
CSCG780FOWOFFXA6
Modem CP Version / BasebandG780FXXSFFXA6
Product codeZTO
Model ReferencesSM-G780FZGKZTO, SM-G780FZBKZTO, SM-G780FLVKZTO
Build / Release Date2024-02-15
Security Patch Level2024-02-01 (February 1, 2024)
Size6.1GB
[quads id=2]
DownloadGoogle Drive

Downgrade Firmware For SM-G780F/DS:

Pre-requirements:

  • Compatible Device: For users of the Galaxy S20 FE Exynos SM-G780F/DS model.
  • Charging Requirements: Ensure your device is charged to a minimum of 50% before starting.
  • Required Equipment: A computer or laptop is necessary for the installation process.
  • Data Backup: It’s crucial to back up your Android phone prior to starting. Detailed instructions can be found here.
  • Samsung USB Driver: A critical component for ensuring connectivity, available for download at Samsung’s developer site.
  • Odin Download: Obtain the latest version of Odin here to proceed with the installation.

How To Install Stock Firmware:

  1. Download the Galaxy S20 FE Exynos SM-G780F/DS Firmware files, then extract them on your computer.
  2. Turn off your smartphone completely.
  3. To enter Download Mode, simultaneously press and hold the Volume Down, Home, and Power buttons for 5-8 seconds until the screen changes.
  4. In Download Mode, a warning sign with a yellow triangle will appear. Press the Volume Up button to continue.
  5. Open Odin on your PC and connect your smartphone via USB.
  6. Odin will display “Added” in the lower-left corner once the device is successfully connected.
  7. Select the Firmware.tar file by clicking on the PDA button in Odin.
  8. Press the Start button in Odin to initiate the firmware flashing process.
  9. The flashing process should be completed within 30-50 seconds.

To verify the installed firmware, navigate to Settings, select About Phone, then Software Information. Locate the firmware number listed as “Baseband version.”

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