Step 5. Also, download Odin3 v3.10.6 program and unzip.
Step 6. Unzip the stock firmware zip file you downloaded earlier and you will find the actual stock firmware file ending with “tar.md5”.
Step 7. Double-click on the ODIN exe program to run it. For Mac or Linux, you can use JODIN instead.
Step 8. Make sure you see a blue-highlighted box with a random COM number. If you don’t see this, download S6/S6 Edge Windows drivers and unplug/re-plug the micro-USB cable.
Choose AP and browse your files then select the stock firmware file you unzipped earlier.
Step 9. Give it about 30 seconds for the ODIN program to check MD5 then hit “Start”.
Step 10. The flashing should take around 5 minutes and you should see “PASS!” then your phone will reboot automatically.
Once rebooted, you will find your S6 or S6 Edge on 100% stock firmware. Now, if you end up in a bootloop, you may want to re-root your S6 or S6 Edge and do a factory reset in TWRP recovery. If you don’t care about losing your files in your internal storage, you can also do a factory reset using stock recovery but that will ERASE EVERYTHING!
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