Galaxy Beam I8520

How To Update Samsung Galaxy Beam I8520 to DXJF8 2.1 Asian Firmware

galaxyLast time we have seen a firmware update of DXJF5 2.1 for the Asian users of Samsung Galaxy Beam I8520 phones. And now we got another update of firmware named as DXJF8 2.1 version for the same phones and again it is for Asian users. So, whatever the OS you have in your Samsung Galaxy Beam I8520 phones, you can update to this firmware easily. But, before proceeding further please note, that this firmware update is only for the Asian users and so we will be providing the firmware updates for other users as soon as we got the update. So, as of now we will proceed further and see the instructions and the actual procedure to update your phones to the DXJF8 2.1 version.

Remember this firmware update of DXJF8 is strictly applicable for the Asian users of Samsung Galaxy Beam I8520 phones, so other users should not try this update on their phones, as there is a high probability of bricking up of your phones. We assure that we will provide the update for the other users as soon as possible.

This firmware update is not an official release through KIES, so in order to apply this firmware update, we use Odin Flash tool. In the further pages you know the actual usage and importance of this Odin flash tool. For the convenience of the users, we have divided this article into few pages so that new users as well experienced can easily understand the updation procedure. In the following pages you will find the instructions and the actual procedure on how to update your Samsung Galaxy Beam I8520 phones to DXJF8 2.1 version.


Stock ROM: This is termed as the OS version of your new phone that comes built-in when you purchase a phone.

Custom ROM: This is termed as stand-alone version of the OS and others will customize the OS in different ways, as Android OS is an Open sourced platform.

In the following page you will find the instructions to follow before starting the updation process of DXJF8 2.1 firmware.

NOTE: will take no responsibility in case of any damage to your device, so before proceeding further, we request you to follow the instructions and the procedure carefully in order to avoid any such situations.


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