Manually Update Canada Galaxy S4 I337M to Android 5.0.1 OTA Stock Firmware

Samsung has started rolling out Android 5.0.1 Lollipop firmware OTA to Galaxy S4 I337 Canadian variants. So if you haven’t yet got the OTA notification, you can manually update your S4 to I337MVLUGOC4 Android 5.0.1 OTA Stock firmware using Odin by following the instructions posted here.

Manually Update Canada Galaxy S4 I337M to Android 5.0.1 OTA Stock Firmware

Android 5.0.2 Lollipop I337MVLUGOC4 Firmware Details

Model Name: Galaxy S4 I337M

Version: Android 5.0.1

PDA: I337MVLUGOC4

CSC: I337MOYAGOC4

Date: 23 March, 2014

Safety Guidelines

  • First of all ensure that you have Samsung Galaxy S4 USB Drivers installed on your computer.
  • Make a complete backup of all your important data using CWM recovery or TWRP and keep it safe.
  • Enable the USB Debugging Mode on your phone from Settings –> Developer Options –> “Enable USB Debugging”.
  • Your Galaxy S4 I337M should be unlocked.

Disclaimer

Please read each and every step carefully to install Android 5.0.1 Lollipop Official OTA Update on your Canada Galaxy S4 I337M. AndroidsDNA.com cannot be held responsible if you damage your phone because it will be entirely your fault.

Files Required

Steps to Manually Update Canada Galaxy S4 I337M to Android 5.0.1 OTA Stock Firmware

Step 1: Download the I9505XXUHOD7 Android 5.0.2 OTA Stock Firmware for your Canada Galaxy S4 I337M along with Odin and place both on desktop. Extract both zips.

Step 2: Now Turn Off your Canada Galaxy S4 I337M and boot it to Download Mode. For that, Turn it On while pressing and holding “Home + Power + Volume” buttons simultaneously.

Step 3: From Odin folder, run the .exe file to launch Odin and connect your Galaxy S4 I337M(which is in Download Mode) to your computer via USB cable. You will see ID:COM box light will turn blue if your phone is connected. If it isn’t, make sure you have properly install USB drivers on your computer.

Step 4: Now click on “AP” button in Odin and browse for the firmware files you have downloaded. After that, make sure “Auto Reboot” , “F.Reset Time” and “Re-Partition” are checked.

Step 5: Check everything once again and if satisfied then click on “Start” button in the center at bottom to start the process of installation which will take few minutes. Once your Galaxy S4 updated, it will reboot automatically.

Success!

Via SamMobile