It’s January 2020, Samsung is now rolling the December 2019 security patch for Galaxy J6 in South America. The update is still based on Android 8.0 Oreo-based software for the Galaxy J6 with build number J600GUBU5BSL1. Users will receive this update gradually due to the phased rollout of OTA.
Otherwise, those users who do not like to wait for the update can manually install the software update on their Galaxy J6 smartphone. We have put up the firmware zip file and a detailed installation guide that will help you to flash the new J600GUBU5BSL1 software.
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Check for OTA Update
As we mentioned, as the OTA update moves automatically, it may happen that some users int he region may miss the update. They may not receive it for weeks. So, it’s better to search for the update manually.
Go to Settings App > Go to System > Tap on System Updates. Now hit the option Check for Updates. Now, if the J600GUBU5BSL1 update is available for the device, you will get a notification to download it.
To download the software update fast, use Wi-Fi to download the update. Before downloading the update, charge your device up to 50% or more. Your device will not allow you to install the new software if the battery is very low.
Also, if you do not succeed in capturing the OTA manually, then the next option is to install the firmware file that packs the ASL1 December 2019 Android patch. First, let’s check out the details of the firmware.
- Device Name: Samsung Galaxy J6 (SM-J600G)
- Region: South America
- Build number: J600GUBU5BSL1
- Android OS Version: Android 8.0 Oreo
- Software Supported: ODIN
- Security Patch Level: 2019-12-01
How to install stock firmware on Samsung Galaxy J6
You have to use the Odin tool to install the stock firmware on your Galaxy J6. Also, make sure to have the correct Samsung USB drivers with you. We have put up the download links to all the important tools in the next section.
- This firmware zip file and this tutorial is exclusive for Galaxy J6 (SM-J600G).
- Don’t install the firmware file provided here on other Samsung smartphones.
- Charge up the phone battery to 50% to avoid power-related interruptions during the installation process.
- A PC and a USB Cable
- Make sure to take a complete backup(non-root method) of your device data before installing it.
- Enter your device into the Samsung Download Mode as well.