Download Galaxy Tab A Firmware

Tab A 8.0″ WiFi (with S Pen)

Model no. SM-P350

Tab A 8.0″ LTE (with S Pen)

Model no. SM-P355

Model no. SM-P355C

Model no. SM-P355M

Model no. SM-P355Y

Tab A 9.7″ WiFi (with S Pen)

Model no. SM-P550

Tab A 9.7″ LTE (with S Pen)

Model no. SM-P555

Model no. SM-P555C

Model no. SM-P555K (Korean)

Model no. SM-P555L (Korean)

Model no. SM-P555S (Korean)

Model no. SM-P555M

Model no. SM-P555Y

Tab A 8.0″ WiFi (No S Pen)

Model no. SM-T350

  • Firmware not available at the moment.

Tab A 8.0″ LTE (No S Pen)

Model no. SM-T355

  • T355XXU1BPE2 | Filename: | Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow

Tab A 9.7″ WiFi (No S Pen)

Model no. SM-T550

  • T550XXU1BPE1 | Filename: | Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow

Tab A 9.7″ LTE (No S Pen)

Model no. SM-T555

  • Firmware not available at the moment.

Tab A 10.1″ WiFi (No S Pen)

Model no. SM-T580

  • T580XXU1APE3 | Filename: | Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow

Tab A 10.1″ LTE (No S Pen)

Model no. SM-T585

  • T585XXU1APEA | Filename: | Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow
  • T585XXU1APE7 | Filename: | Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow

Model no. SM-T587

  • T587JVU1APE6 | Filename: | Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow

How to Download and Install Firmware

Be sure to check your Galaxy Tab A’s model no. first. You can do so using an app called Droid Info, or simply check it on its packaging box, or under Settings > About.

Then download the firmware according to that model no. only to ensure compatibility. We have provided the downloads as per model no. so that it’s easy for you to identify the firmware for your device.

Next, install the firmware on your Galaxy Tab A by following the guide linked right below.

How to Install Samsung firmware

Firmware Benefits

You can use the firmware for variety of purposes, which includes:

  • Fix your Galaxy Tab A if it’s giving you force closes errors and restarts randomly.
  • Unbrick your Galaxy Tab A if it’s bootlooping and stuck at logo when restarting.
  • Go Back to Stock on your Galaxy Tab A — helps when looking to sell the device, or fix installing OTA updates if broken.
  • Restore Galaxy Tab A to factory state.
  • Upgrade your Galaxy Tab A to newer Android version.
  • Downgrade your Galaxy Tab A to lower build no. at same Android version.
  • Unroot your Galaxy Tab A.
  • Remove custom recovery like TWRP and CWM, if installed, on your Galaxy Tab A.

To perform any of the above, simply install the firmware meant for your device, as per its model no. in Settings, About device.

Need help? Let us know if you need any help regarding this via comments below.

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