How To Update Samsung Galaxy Ace Style SM-G310HN
The SM-G310HN Galaxy Ace Style was announced on 2014 April, And it has been available in the market since May 2014, The new Galaxy Ace Style runs Android 4.4.2 KitKat OS, Even it comes with 512MB of RAM memory, And this is a great feature, As you can enjoy all the Android KitKat OS features, Also this new Samsung Smartphone has 4GB of internal memory, 5MP main camera and VGA front camera, It is powered by 1.2GHz Dual-Core CPU, know more about the Samsung SM-G310HN Galaxy Ace Style Specs here.
This tutorial will guide you step by step to learn how you can update the firmware version of your Galaxy Ace Style SM-G310HN manually, You will learn how to use Odin3 flasher and a stock firmware package to update your device software, In this tutorial we use a full firmware package ( AP + CP + CSC + BL ), In addition to the PIT file (HEATNFC3G_EUR_OPEN.pit), You can follow the same steps we explain here to update your Galaxy Ace Style using one file update package, All you have to do is to select the one big file inside the package as an AP file in Odin3 flasher, And do not check Re-Partition option at all.
1- Check the current firmware of your mobile, You can check it from Setting > About Phone, Or you can use this easy code *#1234#
2- It is a good idea to write down your device current firmware version, It will be useful later, In case something goes wrong.
3- Charge your Galaxy Ace Style’s battery to be at least at the 90% charge level.
4- Updating your mobile’s firmware will delete everything from your device internal memory, So you can make a backup of your important data (SMS, Contacts, Notes…etc).
5- In case you have an external memory card inserted into your mobile, Then remove it.
6- Download the Samsung Galaxy Ace Style USB Driver, And install it, Then restart your computer.
7- Download Odin3 program (Original Android Flasher), Extract to your computer’s desktop.
8- Download The Firmware package (SM-G310HN), Select the version you want to install it into your mobile.
9- Extract the firmware package to a known location on your computer.
1- Double click on Odin3.exe to run it.
2- These settings must be checked: Auto Reboot, F.Reset Time.
3- If you have the PIT file of your Samsung Galaxy Ace Style, Then check: Re-Partition
Firmware Files Selection:
– Click on PIT button and select: HEATNFC3G_EUR_OPEN.pit
– Click on BL button and select: BL_G310HNxxxxxxxx_…REV04_user_low_ship.tar
– Click on AP button and select: AP_G310HNxxxxxxxx_…REV04_user_low_ship.tar
– Click on CP button and select: CP_G310HNxxxxxxxx_…REV04_user_low_ship.tar
– Click on CSC button and select: CSC_Oxx_G310HNOxxxxxxx…_REV04_user_low_ship.tar
Putting your mobile into Download Mode:
At this step you have to turn off your Samsung Galaxy Ace Style, Take out its battery and SIM card, Then put it in Download Mode, To be able to install the new firmware into your device you should put it into this mode.
Installing the new Firmware into your Samsung Galaxy Ace Style SM-G310HN:
1- After you put your mobile into Download Mode, Use the USB cable to connect it to your computer.
2- You have to wait until Windows detects the device and installs any needed drivers.
3- Look at Odin3 program’s window, If the program detects your connected device correctly, You should see its COM Port number (0:[COMxx]).
4- You are ready to install the new firmware files into your Samsung Galaxy Ace Style, Click Start button to begin.
5- After you click the Start button, Odin3 program will start to install the selected firmware files into the connected device.
6- Odin3 program will restart your Samsung mobile automatically after installing the firmware.
7- Wait until your Galaxy Ace Style is restarted.
8- Look again at Odin3 program’s window, If you see PASS! Word in green, Then the update was done successfully.
9- Disconnect your mobile.
10- When the mobile is fully on, Check the new installed firmware version.
11- Now you are ready to use the device, So reinsert the SIM and Memory cards, Restore your backup, And customize it.
– You can update your device firmware version without using any PIT file, So use the PIT file only if you need to fix your device partitions.