Step 8. Next choose “AP” then choose the stock firmware you unzipped earlier, the file ending in “tar.md5”. Then hit the “Start” button. This will start the process of flashing stock firmware on your Galaxy Note 5.
Step 9. When done, you will see “PASS!” and your phone will reboot a couple of times.
Once completely done, you should now have 100% stock firmware. This method does not erase your user data and apps. BUT you may end up in a bootloop if coming from a custom ROM. If that happens, you may need to do a factory reset, for that please refer to the latter part of our video tutorial above.
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