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Did you just brick your phone? Well, that happens even when we were not intended to do so. Till the issue is related to Android software, you can easily manage to repair it. If not, you must take your Samsung Galaxy S9 or S9 Plus, and go to a service center. In this tutorial, we’ll help you to unbrick or repair your Samsung Galaxy S9 or S9 Plus using the official stock firmware. It has been most preferred way of dealing bricked phones, corrupt operating system, any issue related to operating system, and so on. Though you might be trying it for the first time, but there’s nothing much more to worry about.

The process goes through a complete wipe out of your phone. So, if there is anything causing your Samsung Galaxy S9 or S9 Plus malfunction, would be eradicated. Moreover, it bumps up the perform the phone. If your phone is seriously going down in the terms of performance, and have already tried troubleshooting solutions(top solutions to resolve common issues), then you must proceed to reinstall its firmware. However, getting firmware reinstalled wipes out phone completely. So, you must backup all of your important files, folder, photos, and videos to somewhere safe place.

If you want to back up your phone, then we highly recommend you to check out backup guide: How to back up Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus. This guide helps to back up your phone through the official method. There could be many reasons for bricked phone. It can happen after you install an update, custom firmware, an application from Google Playstore, and so on. Minor bugs, and issues can be resolved through performing common troubleshooting. However, if the core part of an Android software is infected, then flashing the stock firmware would be the ideal solution.

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It reverts the phone to its native position. Just like when you had it for the first time. If you’re using a custom Rom, or any sort of third-party utility, they all get replaced with stock aspects. You must be aware that once you perform this task, you cannot go back, or simply, undo it. The process is irreversible in nature. If you’ve bricked your Galaxy S9 or S9 Plus, then you must follow this tutorial to revive it back. This tutorial covers all important aspects regarding this procedure, and how to perform it.

Step 5. Now, through a USB cable, connect your phone to PC. The Odin tool will recognize your phone, and ID:Com section will turn to blue color.

odin connnect device

Note:- In case it doesn’t happen, try to re-install the USB drivers, and again follow above steps.

Step 6. Now, tap on AP button, and load the downloaded firmware file (.md5 file).

Step 7. To start the flashing process, tap on Start button, and wait till it gets completed. Once it is completely successful, a PASS! message should appear.

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Step 8. Disconnect your phone from computer.

Now, your phone will reboot, and take you to home screen soon. Then, enter your account details to use your smartphone.

The Conclusion

That’s all you need to do when you end up with a bricked phone. Till the issues are related to the Android Operating system, you can manage to remove them. There are many cases where flashing stock firmware is found to be very helpful –

– extremely low performance, and troubleshooting solutions aren’t working

– unusual behavior, and unable to determine the cause of it

– stuck at Samsung logo/boot screen/ boot-loops

– App crashes/gray matter is infected

And so on. Now, you know how to manage these issues, and unbrick/repair Samsung Galaxy S9 or S9 Plus with stock firmware. Without worry much, now you can try as much as custom Rom, recovery, third-party applications, etc., And if something bad happens, just try out the troubleshooting solutions, and if nothing happens, then use this method.

We hope that this guide would help users who are facing serious issues on their smartphones. Most likely, they happen afterwards, we install custom firmware, or an application from other sources. If this post helps you, don’t forget to share your views, and thoughts in the comment section.

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