Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow
Galaxy S5 gets G900HXXU1CPE6 official Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update

Galaxy S5 users are in for some good news as Samsung has officially rolled out the highly-anticipated Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update for the smartphone with build number G900HXXU1CPE6 in Kazakhstan.

Though the firmware is being rolled out as a manual update for Kazakhstan, it is officially compatible with all G900H models. Interested users can follow the step-by-step guide posted below to install the latest Android firmware manually on their Galaxy S5 via Odin.

Note: The installation of this firmware will not void the warranty on your device as it is a stock firmware and not a custom firmware from third-party Android developers. The XXU1CPE6 update is confirmed to be stable and it brings a bunch of bug fixes as well as security improvements over the previous release.


  • Backup important data and settings on the Galaxy S5 G900H before you proceed with the firmware installation
  • Ensure the phone has at least 80% battery charge to prevent unexpected device shutdown during installation which could inadvertently brick the device
  • Verify that USB debugging is enabled via Menu > Settings > Developer options (if developer options are missing, just tap repeatedly on the build number via Menu > Settings > About Phone until the option appears)
  • This tutorial is meant for Galaxy S5 SM-G900H model only. Do not attempt this procedure on any other phone as it could permanently damage the hardware.

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Android 6.0.1 G900HXXU1CPE6 Marshmallow firmware

Odin 3.10.7

How to update Galaxy S5 SM-G900H with Android 6.0.1 XXU1CPE6 Marshmallow official firmware

  • Download the official Android M XXU1CPE6 firmware using the link provided.
  • Save the downloaded file to the desktop.
  • Now download Odin and extract it to your computer. Then install it by following the onscreen instructions.
  • Wait until Odin is installed. Then launch it on the computer. Ensure that the Galaxy S5 USB drivers are installed on the PC.
  • Turn off your phone and reboot it into download mode. When the device shuts down, press and hold the Power, Volume Down and Home buttons at the same time; then connect your device to the computer via USB cable.
  • Odin will now communicate with the Galaxy S5 and the "added" message will be displayed on the screen. Wait until the ID: COM field turns yellow or blue. If not, reinstall USB drivers before repeating the steps from above.
  • In Odin, select the AP option in order to load the Marshmallow firmware file.
  • Verify that Re-Partition and Auto Reboot options are unchecked. Then click on the Start button and wait until the flashing process completes.
  • Finally, the green "Pass" message will be displayed and the ID: COM box will turn green. It is now safe to remove the USB cable and reboot your device.

[Source: SamMobile]