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How to Flash Firmware in Samsung Galaxy S22 / S22 Plus / S22 Ultra

Flashing a Samsung S22 involves installing new firmware on the device, which can be a complicated process and can potentially cause permanent damage to your device if done incorrectly.


  • Should be downloaded Stock Firmware File, Samsung USB drivers and Odin Flash tool.
  • Remember that you’ll require a computer and a USB cable to connect your phone to the PC.
  • Before try to flash your Samsung S22, you should make sure to back up all important data on your device and ensure that your battery is fully or more than 50% charged. Additionally, you should follow a detailed guide specific to your Samsung S22 model and the firmware version you wish to install.
We have shared all the necessary requirements before begin the process.

Android 13 Stock Firmware Files :-








S22 Plus






S22 Ultra







Here are the steps for flashing a Samsung S22:

Download the firmware for your Samsung S22. Make sure to download the correct firmware for your specific model and region. If firmware downloaded, so extract the firmware zip file in your windows computer.
You need to flash tool – ODIN is the official flashing tool by Samsung developers. So find here Odin latest version 3.14.4.
Install the Samsung USB drivers on your computer. This will allow your computer to communicate with your Samsung S22 during the flashing process.
Next step, You need to allow USB debugging (Downloade Mode) on your Samsung S22 by going to Settings > Developer options > USB debugging.
Boot your Samsung S22 into Download Mode by turning off the device, then holding down the Volume Down + Power + Home buttons simultaneously until the Download Mode screen appears.
Now, Plug your Samsung S22 to your computer using a USB cable.
After that You need to open the Odin flash tool on your computer and follow the instructions to load the firmware and start the flashing process. You device should be automatically recognized by Odin. At the lower-left of Odin interface, it should show a light-blue box at the ID:COM.

Odin3 Flash tool, Source
Then, Once the flashing process is complete, disconnect your Samsung S22 from your computer and restart the device.

Note – important to know that flashing a Samsung S22 can be risky, so make sure to follow a detailed guide specific to your device and firmware version and proceed with caution.