Download PIT File for Any Samsung Galaxy Device – Guide

Samsung pit file download, one of the important file systems that an Android device uses is portioned storage. These partitions contain a stock data set, only accessible to the respective system.

The PIT (Partition Information Table) files are used by Samsung’s Galaxy firmware, Samsung pit file download and it becomes locked to the firmware on which it it was constructed in some cases.

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If you are looking for a PIT file to use with Odin and your device, be sure to know if you need “unlocked” or “stock.” There is also no way around this – even if you find one online.

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You will not likely be able to download the correct PIT from forum posts or websites like XDA Developers or Samsung Mobile when looking for a .PIT Flash able .dat File.

Thanks to tools like Frija and Samfirm, firmware download for Samsung devices is incredibly easy. Samsung pit file download Both of these tools enable PIT (Partition Information Table) file download along with packages.

Why do You Need a PIT File?

There are so many reasons why you might need a PIT file. Below is a list of all situations when flashing it with your new firmware is going to help you recover your device:

  • Hidden.img‘ error while flashing firmware in Odin.
  • Odin requires Partition Information Table to map and allocate different partitions on your device. In case the firmware you are installing doesn’t have an appropriate PIT, the installation may get stuck on the “Get PIT for mapping” issue.
  • If you are getting the “Invalid EXT4 image” error in Odin, a correct PIT file can help you flash the firmware successfully.
  • Just in case you want to NAND erase your Samsung smartphone or Galaxy Tab, you can re-partition your device using a PIT file.
  • The partitions on your device may get messed up while installing the stock ROM. You are supposed to flash a PIT to fix things.
  • If your Samsung Galaxy device is stuck in a boot loop or it is not getting past the Samsung logo, you’ll need a PIT file.
  • A wrong PIT file might configure your device’s internal storage improperly. That’s to say, if your Galaxy device has 512GB of internal storage, you may only be able to see and use only 256 or 128 GB of storage space. I experienced this issue on 2 of my Android phones, namely Nexus 5 and Galaxy S9 Plus.

What is a PIT File?

PIT File is a digital sketchbook used by artists to construct their creations.

While this app is mainly used by aspiring makeup artists, Samsung pit file download certain elements are applicable to all creators when it comes down to detailing the differences of files on a computer system or any other type of storage device for that matter.

It’s an excellent tool for illustrators and graphic designers alike to work with during the early stages of their design process.

The Odin Mobile App connects users from all over the world who have been looking for ways to improve their current designs or had previously considered entering into the tech industry.

Allowing them to share ideas as well as create new innovative features that only existed in fantasy until now.

  • Block count
  • Block size
  • Device type
  • Flash filename
  • FOTA file name
  • Hexadecimal
  • Partition name
  • Update attribute

The PIT file contains some important properties, Samsung pit file download identifiers and flags that may be used to help Odin when installing the firmware.

It’s basic function is to give key instructions to Odin relating to how much space is required for various partitions during the flashing of firmware onto devices.

Different Samsung firm wares often require different partition layout but in either case this file will tell Odin what size block should be remembered for what partition.

Or whether anyone should at all be taking notice of a particular partition when it comes down to installing new firmware onto your device.

If you extract all firmware binaries with .tar.md5 extension, you will find the following .img and .bin files with .lz4 encryption

  • boot.img
  • cache.img
  • cm.bin
  • dqmdbg.img
  • dtb.img
  • dtbo.img
  • ect.bin
  • efs.img
  • hidden.img
  • keystorage.bin
  • modem.bin
  • modem_debug.bin
  • nad_refer.bin
  • odm.img
  • omr.img
  • param.bin
  • recovery.img
  • sboot.bin
  • steady.bin
  • system.img
  • up_param.bin
  • userdata.image
  • vendor.img

PIT stands for Phone Information Text and is a file type used in connection with Samsung devices. The reason for its small size is because it contains information using a secret language that only Odin understands.

If you change the .pit extension to .txt, you can open the file and read the contents, which are mainly serial numbers, dates, model numbers and country codes.

Download PIT Magic

One easy way to find a Samsung phone that fits your lifestyle is by visiting website. Install the Android PIT Magic tool onto your handset and begin making an inventory of everything on your Samsung PIT file.

The Android PIT Magic lets you start editing information in just a few clicks, Samsung pit file download and if you’ve ever accidentally deleted anything off your Samsung phone.

Then this is the perfect tool to get it back because it lets you restore any data you think might be important!

Furthermore, you can actually save all of the important files back onto your device using the Android PIT Magic. pit-file-editor 1 pit-file-analysis 2

Samsung PIT File Download – Be Careful!

Please note that it’s not safe to flash the PIT file meant for one variant of a given phone model on some other variant. For example.

If you own a Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra and you mistakenly flash the PIT file meant for Galaxy S20 or S20 Plus, you may end up with either a firmware flash error or a boot loop.

Moreover, suppose you own the unlocked Galaxy Note 10 Plus (SM-N975F/DS) running Exynos chip, you must not flash the PIT firmware intended for some Snapdragon variant like SM-N975N (Korea), SM-N975U (USA Unlocked Snapdragon, AT&T, TMO, Verizon), etc., etc.

Make sure you’re running PIT or Mobile ODIN for re-partitioning.

To make sure you get the correct PIT file for your Samsung Galaxy phone or Tab, Samsung pit file download you should avoid downloading it from forums and any other website.

In many cases, people share PIT files but don’t mention the correct device model. Therefore the Samsung PIT file you download must be exactly for the same device model and variant as you own.

One way to ensure you get the correct PIT file for your Galaxy device is by extracting it from the firmware meant for your phone or tablet.

Extract Samsung PIT File from Firmware

To get your phone’s PIT file (AES Key), you must download the firmware binaries. The PIT file can be found in the firmware as a small APK called FOTA-Package.apk.

You may be wondering why you need this when the file is so small and why such a large download first just to find something so small?

Here’s the answer: to flash the device, Samsung pit file download you need to use Odin and all other items that came with it (BL, AP, CP and CSC). Microsoft Firmware Downloader.

  1. To download the firmware for your Samsung Galaxy smartphone or Galaxy Tab, you must have the model number and the CSC of your device. Just go to Settings > About phone and you’ll find the model number. samsung-galaxy-model-number 3
  2. To find out your device’s CSC, go to Settings > About phone > Software information > Service provider SW ver. samsung-galaxy-csc 4
  3. Now that you have the CSC and model number of your device, you are all set to get the right firmware file. Follow the instructions to download official Samsung firmware.
  4. Once the firmware download is finished, unzip it on your desktop and open the extracted folder.
  5. Inside the folder, you’ll find 5 firmware binaries namely, AP, BL, CP, CSC, and HOME CSC (the names of the files below have been shortened).
  1. AP_N975FXXU2CRLI CL15044066 meta OS9.tar.md5
  2. BL_N975FXXU2CRLI CL15044066.tar.md5
  3. CP_N975FXXU2CRLI CP11470010 CL15044066.tar.md5
  4. CSC_OMC_OXM N975FOXM2CRLI CL15044066.tar.md5
  1. As you can see, all firmware binaries have .tar.md5 extension. It’s the CSC file that contains the PIT file for your Galaxy device and to extract the PIT, Samsung pit file download we’ll have to add a .ZIP extension to the CSC file. Windows does not let us see or edit file name extensions by default. To make that happen, click on the View tab in the folder window and check the File name extensions option. windows-file-name-extensions 5
  2. You should now be able to view and edit the file name extensions. Right-click the firmware binary that starts with CSC in its name, select the Rename option, and add .zip after .md5. change-file-name-extension 6
  3. Having changed the extension, extract the ZIP file, and open it. You’ll have the PIT file for your Samsung Galaxy device. samsung-pit-file-extracted 7

If you follow this guide to the letter, Samsung pit file download you won’t have to download any of the PIT files from third party websites.

You simply need to follow our Odin flashing guide, and flash everything along with a freshly-downloaded version of Samsung’s stock firmware binaries.

They will be used as the tools by which we re-partition the device before installing a new ROM. Now, let’s get started.

Download Samsung PIT Files

Samsung pit file download, down here we have posted a list of PIT files for old version devices that you can easily download from our online store.

Though I have uploaded some PIT files to the file sharing service, Samsung pit file download it is always best to extract the PIT files from the firmware itself as then you will be able to work more effectively with them.

Device Model

Download PIT File

Galaxy A10 (All Models)
Galaxy A30 (All Models)
Galaxy J2 (All Models)
Galaxy A8 SM-A8000 SM-A8000.pit
Galaxy Grand Prime SM-G530H SM-G530H.pit
Galaxy A8 SM-A8000 SM-A8000.pit
Galaxy Grand Prime SM-G530H SM-G530H.pit
Galaxy J5 SM- J500M (Latin America) SM-J500M.pit
Galaxy Note 3 SM-N900 (3G) SM-N900_32GB.pit
Galaxy Note 3 SM-N9005 (LTE) SM-N9005_16GB.pit
Galaxy Note 3 SM-N9005 (LTE) SM-N9005_32GB.pit
Galaxy Note 3 SM-N900A (AT&T) SM-N900A_32G.pit
Galaxy Note 3 SM-N900P (Sprint) SM-N900P_32GB.pit
Galaxy Note 3 SM-N900V (Verizon) SM-N900V_32GB.pit
Galaxy Note 4 SM-N910F SM-N910F_32GB.pit
Galaxy Note 4 SM-N910V (Verizon) SM-N910V_32GB.pit
Galaxy S3 Mini GT-I8190 GT-I8190.pit
Galaxy S4 GT-I9500 GT-I9500.pit
Galaxy S4 LTE GT-I9505 GT-I9505.pit
Galaxy S4 SCH-I545 (Verizon) SCH-I545.pit
Galaxy S4 SGH-I337 (AT&T) SGH-I337.pit
Galaxy S4 SM-G900W8 (Canada)
Galaxy S4 SPH-L720 Sprint SPH-L720_16GB.pit
Galaxy Note 4 SM-N910T (T-Mobile) SM-N910T_32GB.pit
Galaxy S5 Mini Duos SM-G800H SM-G800H_EUR_OPEN.pit
Galaxy S5 SM-G900A (AT&T) SM-G900A.pit
Galaxy S5 SM-G900F (International)
Galaxy S5 SM-G900H (HSPA) SM-G900H_16GB.pit
Galaxy S5 SM-G900I (Asia, Australia) SM-G900I_16GB.pit
Galaxy S5 SM-G900M (Vodafone) SM-G900M.pit
Galaxy S5 SM-G900P (Sprint) SM-G900P_16GB.pit
Galaxy S5 SM-G900T (T-Mobile) SM-G900T_16GB.pit
Galaxy S5 SM-G900W8 (Canada)
Galaxy S5 SM-G901F (LTE-A) SM-G901F.pit
Galaxy S6 Edge (All models)
Galaxy S6 Edge SM-G925I SM-G925I.pit
Galaxy S6 Edge SM-G925A (AT&T) SM-G925A.pit
Galaxy S6 Edge SM-G925P (Sprint) SM-G925P.pit
Galaxy S6 Edge SM-G925T (T-Mobile) SM-G925T.pit
Galaxy S6 Edge SM-G925V (Verizon) SM-G925V.pit
Galaxy S6 Edge SM-G925R4 (US Cellular) SM-G925R4.pit
Galaxy S6 Edge SM-G925W8 SM-G925W8.pit
Galaxy S6 Edge SM-G925K/L/S (Korea) SM-G925K-L-S.pit
Galaxy S6 Edge SM-G9250 (China) SM-G9250_CHN_HKTW.pit
Galaxy S8 SM-G950F (Europe) SM-G950F_EUR_OPEN.pit
Galaxy S9 SM-G965F/FD (Europe) SM-G965F_EUR_OPEN.pit
Galaxy Tab 3 8.0 SM-T210 (Wi-Fi)
Galaxy Tab 4 7.0 SM-T230/T231 (Wi-Fi)
Galaxy Tab 4 10.1 SM-T531 (3G) SM-T531.pit
Galaxy Tab 3 7.0 SM-T217S LT02LTE_ONEPIT_SPR_130710
Galaxy Tab 4 10.1 SM-T535 (LTE) SM-T535.pit
Galaxy Tab A SM-T550 (Wi-Fi) SM-T550.pit
Galaxy Tab Active SM-T365 SM-T365.pit
Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 SM-T320 SM-T320.pit

How to Flash PIT File with Odin

Samsung pit file download warning: Samsung pit file download All data on your Galaxy device’s internal storage will be wiped and all settings will be reset to default.

Read the steps below to find out how you can take the PIT file and Samsung firmware file, put them through the Odin flashing process together in order to flash the firmware.

  1. Boot your Galaxy phone or Tab into the Samsung Download Mode.
  2. Launch Odin flash tool on your computer.
  3. Connect your device to the computer using a compatible USB cable. The ID:COM port on Odin will be highlighted.
  4. If the firmware you have downloaded has a single file, click on the PDA or AP button in Odin and add the firmware file with .tar.md5 extension to it. Now, click on the PIT button and add the PIT file for your Samsung device to this section. Samsung pit file download You also need to check the Re-Partition option in Odin and keep Auto Reboot and F. Reset Time enabled. Click on the Start button to initiate firmware installation. Your device will reboot automatically when the firmware flashing is finished.
  5. However, if the firmware you downloaded contains 5 files (BL, AP, CP, CSC, and Home CSC), you need to click the BL, AP, CP, Samsung pit file download and CSC buttons one by one and add the corresponding firmware binaries as shown in the screenshot below. odin-flash-pit-file 8
  6. Also, click on the Options tab in Odin and make sure that the following options are enabled.
  1. Auto Reboot
  2. Re-partition
  3. Reset Time
  1. Now, click on the PIT tab and add the PIT file for your Samsung device to it. re-partition-odin 9
  2. Finally, click on the Start button and wait until the firmware installation is finished. Upon the completion of firmware flashing, Samsung pit file download  your device will restart.

You might encounter certain delayed or less responsive behavior during the first 3 – 7 minutes of your device’s boot-up time after you install new firmware.

This is quite normal and nothing to be worried about, Samsung pit file download
so please do not panic and have patience. Samsung pit file download The responsiveness will improve after a minute or two.

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