Although the latest Samsung flagship, Galaxy Note 9 has not yet officially hit stores, its combination ROM is available for the download. So, this post today will share you a combination ROM of Samsung Galaxy Note 9 so that you can flash it on your device later if you have troubles in bypassing Google Account or other problems. Here are some notes & steps you should know to flash this combination ROM on the Galaxy Note 9.
- Combination ROM is a kind of ROM for testing and it’s not effective for fixing the hardware. It’s only used for testing bugs or software damage.
- The combination is also great for recovering IMEI number, Baseband, and the software
- After flashing the combination ROM, you will not be able to use features such as making calls, texting messages, playing games…
- The combination ROM still keeps FRP, EE, and other securities.
- Samsung Galaxy Note 9 (SM-N960F)
- Samsung Galaxy Note 9 (SM-N9600)
- Samsung Galaxy Note 9 (SM-N960U)
- Samsung Galaxy Note 9 (SM-N960U1)
- Samsung Galaxy Note 9 (SM-N960UX)
- Samsung Galaxy Note 9 (SM-N960X)
- Samsung Galaxy Note 9 (SM-N960J / N960D / SC-01L)
Also read: Combination ROM For Samsung Galaxy J7 2018
How To Flash Combination ROM On Galaxy Note 9
- First, download the combination ROM on your computer as the link above
- Now, download and extract Odin v3.13.1 and install Samsung USB driver
- Restart your computer to make sure your computer get the driver successfully. After that, power off your Note 9 and boot it into the Odin
- Press and hold Power + Bixby + Volume Down buttons at the same time. Next, press Volume Up key to boot into the Download mode when you see a blue warning screen.
- Connect your Note 9 to your computer. If the COM:ID changes into the blue color, it means the connection is successful
- Click on AP button and browse to the combination ROM file
- Click on Start button to begin the process. Wait for the process to complete.
Once done, unplug the cable and boot up your device. Now you can check the result. If you have any trouble in the process, let’s know in the comment below.