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  1.  requirements:
  2. - Odin Tool 
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  4. Download 
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  7. - Samsung device drivers (Download)
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  9. Flashing guide:
  10. 1. Download and extract a zip file containing your desired firmware.
  11. 2. Open Odin Tool.
  12. 3. Boot your device in the "Download Mode":
  13.      Press Volume Down, Power and Home buttons at same time for 5-8 seconds until download mode is active.
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  15. 4. Connect your device to PC via the USB cable while in download mode.
  16. 5. Next, check the "Auto Reboot" and "F. Reset Time" options in Odin Tool.
  17. 6. Hit the AP/PDA button then browse and select a tar.md5 file from the extracted folder.
  18. 7. Finally press the start button to begin flashing the firmware update on your device.
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  23. WARNING: YOUR PHONE IS INFECTED! Have you ever gotten one of those fake ads? It's unlikely that your phone will become infected with viruses and malware because all Galaxy and Play Store apps are scanned for viruses before they're downloaded. However, sneaky ads or emails will try to make you download apps from unsafe sites, or they may try to get your personal information.
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  25. App Permissions
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  27. App permissions are an easy and reliable way to keep your phone out of harm's way. When in doubt, remember that if an app seems fishy, don't grant it access.
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  29. After you install a new app, you will be prompted to allow or deny certain permissions. Touch Allow or Deny depending on the app.
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  33. Browser Settings
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  35. Even if you're on a trustworthy site, there can be an onslaught of unsafe or annoying ads. Don’t be fooled by scams. Use the options in Samsung Internet to drive away pop-ups.
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  37. Navigate to the Samsung folder in Apps, and then touch Samsung Internet. Next, touch Menu > Content blockers. You’ll see a list of recommended content and ad blockers for your browser. Touch an app, and then touch Install to get the content blocker. Hasta la vista, fake ads and malware!
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  39. Note: If you are using a different browser app, remember to adjust its security settings there instead.
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  43. Remove an Infected App
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  45. If by some chance you think your phone is infected, follow these steps to remove a virus:
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  47. First, completely power off the phone. Then, power on the phone and when the Samsung logo appears, press and hold the Volume Down key. If done correctly, "Safe mode" is displayed on the bottom left corner of the screen. If "Safe mode" does not appear, repeat the steps.
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  49. Note: All third-party apps are disabled when your phone is in Safe mode.
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  51. To remove potentially infected apps, from Settings, touch Apps. Select the desired app, and then touch Uninstall.
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  53. To exit Safe Mode, simply restart your phone and it will reboot in normal mode. 
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  57. Ways to Stay Safe
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  59. Want to make extra sure your phone is safe? Follow these tips to keep your phone virus-free:
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  63. Do not download apps outside of the Play Store or Galaxy Apps.
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  67. Avoid using antivirus apps. Samsung does not recommend third-party antivirus products.
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  71. Keep your phone updated with the latest software and operating system.sung/j3topeltespr/j3topeltespr:8.0.0/R16NW/J337PVPS3ASC2:user/release-keys
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