Samsung Galaxy Ace J1 is a mid-range device that comes with some fine specifications. The best part about this device is that it comes with the latest Android 5.1.1 software. Even though the device misses some fancy hardware specifications that we see in devices nowadays, the Galaxy Ace seems to have a good software support from Samsung.
If you have for any reason rooted your device or modified the system and could receive OTA updates, then we will guide you to restore the latest stock firmware on your device. If you own this device, then this tutorial will help you get your firmware upgraded to the latest one so far.
This will take your firmware to build number J110MUBU0AOH1. To restore to stock, you need to install the complete firmware onto your device. This will restore everything to stock including the stock recovery. So any changes to your device like root, custom recovery and others will be lost. As it will perform a clean install, all your apps, data could be lost. A backup is highly recommended.
If you are new to the process then don’t worry, we have got you covered. To install the firmware, go through all the procedure carefully and make sure you have everything setup as per the requirements. This stock firmware is compatible with only Samsung Galaxy J1 ACE SM-J110M variant.
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