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Lock and Unlock Samsung Galaxy S5's Screen Using the Fingerprint Scanner

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How can I identify my correct ODIN file?

I cannot identify the correct ODIN file for my phone.


This is a common problem of the Samsung Galaxy GT S5360, as users stuck in a boot loop are unable to access the phone in order to identify their firmware. In this case, the only thing you can do is take it to a repair shop, or locate the firmware specific to your country or region, and attempt to install that firmware to the device. More on this is discussed later in this Q&A. Please reference that section for more information on the steps you can take to attempt to resolve this problem.

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More questions and answers on this topic can be found here: My Samsung Galaxy S5 blocked, and I haven't had the option to unlock it with Google account. Any chance I can unlock it if I don't know my alternate password

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Lock and Unlock Samsung Galaxy S5's Screen Using the Fingerprint Scanner

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