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Android 5.1.1 Stock ROM/Firmware for T-Mobile Galaxy S6 Edge SM-G925T! - Page 2

3. You do not need to do any wipe, just download the Android 5.1.1 stock ROM on our Galaxy S6 Stock ROM page and install the stock ROM. (or grab the ROM here)

4. Reboot and profit!

Now, there’s actually no root available with Android 5.1.1 firmware yet as the system structure is slightly different and there seems to be extra security mechanism that we have not figured out yet (we figure it’s KNOX, what a pain in the ass).  Don’t try to flash SuperSU zip file as you will end up in a bootloop.

If you need root or you want to go back to Android 5.0.2, simply reboot into TWRP recovery and restore your backup.  If you forgot to make a backup ROM, you can also download Android 5.0.2 stock rooted ROM on our S6 Edge Stock ROMs page.  But you will have to do a factory reset if you are going back to Android 5.0.2 from Android 5.1.1 as it will mess up your data partition so please MAKE A BACKUP ROM if you want to keep your settings and not start over from beginning.

Questions?  Leave ’em below!

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  2. Chika says:

    You wrote “But if you are rooted already, you don’t have to take the dangerous route anyways, just go ahead and flash stock ROM.” Does this mean since I have root, I can flash 5.1.1 firmware & not lose my SuperSu?

  3. Chika says:

    You wrote “But if you are rooted already, you don’t have to take the dangerous route anyways, just go ahead and flash stock ROM.” Does this mean since I have root, I can flash 5.1.1 firmware & not lose my SuperSu? I’m running rooted 5.0.2 on sm-g925t.

  4. michel says:

    tremenda mierda como me incribo aki

  5. manu says:

    how can I unlock a samsung s6 edge for t mobile?

  6. AndroidPaladin#6 says:

    If you didn’t understand his ,”dangerous route,” comment, it was in reference to locking your bootloader by using the native android updater to get Android 5.1.1.

  7. Adrien says:

    I’ve had so many issues with the dead pixels, t-mobile keeps replacing the phone so not a biggy. also I’ve tried multiple texts apps this includes the stock app. and it is so so so laggy. any suggestions. ???? I’m thinking if I root I can over clock .. any suggestions anyone. this is by far the worst Samsung phone I’ve had.
    I’ve had Samsung 3,4,5,now 6 edge

  8. Vinny says:

    follow your sites religiously, why no help with rooting 5.1.1 ???? I know a little about it but would like to get your in;ut and explanation on a video. Why no love for the SGS6, Im digging the hell out of this phone.

  9. hafizdin says:

    hi max. can you give me stock rom s6 sm-g920f 5.1.1 xme (malaysia) ?

  10. juan hurtado says:

    please i need a samsung s6 sm g920t 5.1.1 stock firmware

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