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How to Update Samsung Galaxy A5 to Android 5.1.1 A510MUBU1AOL4 Firmware

The Samsung Galaxy A5 SM-A510M recently got update to the Android 5.1.1 Lollipop A510MUBU1AOL4 firmware. If you are not lucky enough to get the update over the air then here is the Odin update procedure for your device. The users having problem in their current firmware build should update it quickly. Following the steps given in this article, you’ll able to flash the firmware easily on your handset by downloading few required files and will hit the update. The firmware is being rolled Mexico, Colombia, and at the Ecuador.

Samsung Galaxy A5 SM-A510M carries a 5.0 inch Super AMOLED touchscreen display with a resolution of 720 x 1280 pixels. The device supports a number of connectivity options such as Wifi, Bluetooth,  NFC, WLAN and GPS.  It is powered by a Quad-core 1.2 GHz Cortex-A53. The device supports the default Android 4.4.2 KitKat OS and is upgradable to Android Lollipop. So now you can update your handset to the newest Android 5.1.1 Lollipop OS.

Caution: Note that the A510MUBU1AOL4 update is straight offered by Samsung for the Samsung Galaxy A5 SM-A510M users. Do not confuse it with beta custom ROMs rather get confirmed that it’s the official update in a manual way. We will pay no attention to damaged device owners because the entire process is their responsibility. We are only here to help you to recover from damage if any. The far most important thing is that your handset should not be rooted. If it’s already rooted, then will be replaced with stock firmware properties.


  1. Samsung Galaxy A5 SM-A510M
  2. Computer (Windows XP or Windows 7)
  3. Original USB Cable
  4. Enable the USB Debugging by settings>application>development and tick the USB Debugging box and do not forget to untick the box when update is finished
  5. Backup all the personal data such as SMS, MMS, videos, music, apps, contacts, messages, apps etc present in phone using backup app to avoid data loss
  6. Power up the device if battery is low and hence it must be 70% or more to avoid automatic shutdown.


Procedure to Update Samsung Galaxy A5 to Android 5.1.1 Lollipop

  1. First of all download the Android 5.1.1 Lollipop A510MUBU1AOL4 firmware for your Galaxy A5 on your computer and so also Odin. Do not rename it.
  2. After that extract both the downloaded files in the computer and place them in desktop for easy finding while updating.
  3.  Switch off the Galaxy A5 Smartphone and press the VOL DOWN KEY+OK BUTTON+POWER BUTTON to land device on download mode. When a warning message appears, press the VOL UP KEY to move further to the next step. If you return back into normal mode then again try it.
  4. Now double click on Odin to launch it and then with the help of USB cable connect the device to your PC. Soon the ID:COM box in odin will turn yellow indicating that the device is connected. If this doesn’t happen then you might not have enabled the USB Debugging (Settings>Applications>Development>USB debugging) and KIES.
  5. Now select PDA and choose the .tar file that was downloaded and extracted by you in the beginning. Make sure that the Auto Reboot and F.Reset Time checkboxes are ticked in ODIN & the Re-Partition button is unchecked.
  6. Go ahead and click on Start. The update procedure will start now and will take few minutes. The phone will off and reboot automatically. Then unplug the cable and go easy with the official updated.

Check the firmware from about phone in settings. Well done, you have now learned the procedure and now try updating your Samsung Galaxy Wave to the latest Android 2.0 BBLB2 Eclair Firmware. In case of any issues feel free to get back to me via the comment section.

  1. Belal Khan says

    Can you tell when the updates are coming for marshmallow

    1. Durga says

      No idea about the OTA. But you can follow the manual update method.

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