A new update has been released by Samsung for the device Galaxy Tab 3 Lite 7.0 3G SM-T111 last month. Although it is not a KitKat or Lollipop firmware update, it does fix bugs and update security for the current ROM on the device. With this update, it helps the software on the Galaxy Tab 3 Lite work more smoothly. That update with firmware number OJ1 was released on October 15. If you haven’t received the update over-the-air, here’s your chance to get the latest update.
The listed firmware has a build number of T111XXUAOJ1. However, you can also find download links by distributor or by country listed below.
Furthermore, if for some reason you have installed a Custom ROMs or have modified the firmware, you will need to restore to stock firmware in order to receive future official Samsung updates. This guide can also be used to restore Samsung Tab 3 Lite 7.0 3G SM-T111 version about stock firmware Android 4.2.2 Jellybean.
To flash stock firmware, you need to use Odin software for Samsung Galaxy devices to be able to install firmware, custom recovery, CF-Auto-Root, etc. If you are doing it for the first time, please read carefully and carefully. follow step by step.
- Make sure you are using Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Lite 7.0 3G SM-T111 and firmware version T111XXUAOJ1 This only works onGalaxy Tab 3 Lite 7.0 3G SM-T111.
- Fully charge the battery or have at least 60% remaining.
- Your Galaxy Tab 3 Lite needs to be activated USB Debugging mode. If you have not activated it, see the article:Instructions to enable usb debugging mode for Android devices.
- Download and install the full driver for your computer.
- Download 7zip software to extract the zip file to get the firmware files with the extension .tar.md5.
- Download | Firmware Jelly Bean for Tab 3 (File: T111XXUAOJ1_T111OJVAOJ1.zip)
- Download | for distributor or country (Older builds)
- Download | Odin3 v3.09 or higher.
Backup apps and data
This process will completely erase all your apps and data on your current firmware as it will perform a new firmware installation. We encourage you to back up apps, contacts, messages, pictures, videos and other important data stored on your phone’s internal memory.
Restore Galaxy Tab 3 Lite 7.0 3G SM-T111 to Stock Firmware
- Load Firmware T111XXUAOJ1 give Galaxy Tab 3 Lite 7.0 3G – SM-T111 your. If it is a zip file, extract it to get the firmware file in .tar.md5 format.
- Now power off your Galaxy Tab 3 tablet and boot it into Download mode. To do this, power off the tablet and then press and hold the . button Volume Down + Home + Power simultaneously for 2-3 seconds. When you see the warning screen with a yellow triangle, press Volume Up / Down to enter Download / Odin.
- Download the required Odin.zip file and extract the file on your computer. You will get the file Odin3_v3.10.7.exe. Open it as administrator to open the Odin window.
- Connection Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 with the computer using the USB cable.
- When you connect the devices, the port ID:COM on Odin turns blue. You will also see the message “Added !!“Reports successful connection.
- If that’s the case, Odin doesn’t detect your device, troubleshoot the following:
- Restart your phone and turn off USB Debugging and turn it back on.
- Try reinstalling the Samsung USB Driver driver.
- Try changing the USB cable and connecting to another port.
- Now click the button AP on Odin and add the firmware file (T111XXUAOJ1_T111OJVAOJ1_xxx.tar.md5)
- In the Options section you need to make sure that “”Auto Reboot” and “F. Reset Time“.
- Now, click the Start button on Odin to start installing the firmware.
- Once you receive the message “PASS!” on Odin, your device will reboot. The green signal indicates that you have successfully installed. In case you receive the message “Fail!“, you need to carefully redo each step.
Once you have successfully booted into the firmware, you can now enjoy your new firmware. This new update is not an OTA file. It is a full software and to be able to update OTA you will need to install the full stock firmware. If you experience any problem then look below to fix through a factory reset reset.
If you experience a bootloop then you proceed to remove the battery then put it back in. Reboot into recovery mode by pressing and holding Volume Down + Home + Power. In Recovery, select “wipe data/factory reset” then select “Yes” This will delete all user data. Now select Reboot System. For more information, please refer to the link below.