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Download A510FXXS5CRE8 for SM-A510F

Download A510FXXS5CRE8 for SM-A510F

Samsung is rolling out the May, 2018 Security Patch update for the Galaxy A5 (2016) SM-A510F. Didn't get it yet? No Problem.

Here you will be able to download the firmware update A510FXXS5CRE8 for the Samsung Galaxy A5 (2016) SM-A510F. Product Code for this firmware is XFE and it’s from Country/ Carrier South Africa. The PDA Version of this Firmware is A510FXXS5CRE8 and CSC is A510FOJV4CQK2. The Android Version is 7.0 Nougat. The changelist for this firmware is 11234767, build date is 11.05.2018 and the Security patch level date is 01.05.2018.

The new update (A510FXXS5CRE8) released only for Galaxy A5 (2016) model SM-A510F, so don't try to install it on any different model even if it has the same phone name, because you may brick your phone or make it stuck in bootloop screen, so we are NOT responsible for any damages that may cause on your phone due to wrong installation and wrong use.

The Galaxy A5 (2016) Firmware update that released for model SM-A510F brings fixes for security problems found on Android OS as well as scores of moderate-risk and high risk vulnerabilities.

Samsung Company is rolling out the new update for Galaxy A5 (2016) SM-A510F which brings the Security Patch of May, 2018 to the device to fix some problems such as that problems mentioned previously.

The new update is based on Android Nougat 7.0, and it's ready now for download if you can't get it through the Official methods (OTA or Samsung Kies/ SmartSwitch), and you should install it to fix the issues found.


Android Nougat 7.0 A510FXXS5CRE8 Firmware Details

Model Name SAMSUNG Galaxy A5 (2016)
Model Number SM-A510F
Country/ Carrier South Africa
Region Code XFE
Android Version Android 7.0 Nougat
PDA A510FXXS5CRE8
CSC A510FOJV4CQK2
Changelist 11234767
Build Date 11.05.2018
Security Patch Level

01.05.2018


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How to Flash the Firmware Update With Odin Flashing Tool?

Brief instructions about Firmware Flashing

– Extract (unzip) the firmware file that you have downloaded.
– Download Odin Flashing Tool.
– Extract Odin ZIP file.
– Open Odin Flashing Tool.
– Reboot your Phone in Download Mode (press and hold Home + Power + Volume Down buttons).
– Connect your phone to the PC and wait until you get a blue sign in Odin.
– Add the firmware file to AP / PDA.
– Make sure re-partition option is not ticked.
– Click the start button, and wait few minutes.

Follow this tutorial for detailed and Step-by-step instructions.

Samsung May, 2018 Security Patch Update Details (SMR-MAY-2018)

Along with Google patches, Samsung Mobile provides 8 Samsung Vulnerabilities and Exposures (SVE) items described below, in order to improve our customer’s confidence on security of Samsung Mobile devices. Samsung security index (SSI), found in “Security software version”, SMR Apr-2018 Release 1 includes all patches from Samsung and Google. Some of the SVE items may not be included in this package, in case these items were already included in a previous maintenance release.

SVE-2017-10638: Information disclosure on Trustlet

Severity: Low
Affected versions: M(6.x) on Exynos and Qualcomm chipsets
Reported on: Sept 29, 2017
Disclosure status: Publicly disclosed.
A session information of Trustlet remains in the debug log.
The patch removed the information from the debug log.

SVE-2017-10886: Code Execution in Call+

Severity: High
Affected versions: N(7.x), O(8.x)
Reported on: November 2, 2017
Disclosure status: Privately disclosed.
There is a vulnerable implementation in Call+ application which can load classes from specific path.
The applied patch removed unused vulnerable implementation.

SVE-2017-10897: NFC activated by magnet

Severity: Low
Affected versions: N(7.0)
Reported on: September 14, 2017
Disclosure status: Privately disclosed.
The vulnerability allows NFC activation to bypass lockscreen when a magnet is close to a specific point of device.
The patch disabled NFC activation in such event.

SVE-2017-10987: Information disclosure on Secure Driver

Severity: Moderate
Affected versions: N(7.x) on Exynos8890/8895 models
Reported on: September 29, 2017
Disclosure status: Publicly disclosed
The secure driver doesn’t check a modified trustlet which can cause to expose KASLR offset, resulting in possible information disclosure.
The patch limited an unauthorized access based on the whitelist to prevent illegal use.

SVE-2017-11107: Clipboard contents disclosure

Severity: High
Affected versions: M(6.0), N(7.x), O(8.x)
Reported on: October 24, 2017
Disclosure status: Privately disclosed.
The vulnerability leaks the clipboard contents via keyboard in emergency call when the screen is locked.
The applied patch removed clipboard button in the keyboard when then screen is locked.

SVE-2018-11463: Buffer Overflow in OMACP WbXml String Extension Processing

Severity: Moderate
Affected versions: M(6.0), N(7.x)
Reported on: February 22, 2018
Disclosure status: Privately disclosed.
A malformed OMACP WAP push message can cause integer overflow and memory corruption when processing the string extension portion of the WbXml payload.
The patch confirmed the range of integer and discarded the malformed OMACP message.

SVE-2018-11469: Placing video calls, running SS and USSD codes without permissions

Severity: Moderate
Affected versions: M(6.0), N(7.x), O(8.0)
Reported on: February 22, 2018
Disclosure status: Privately disclosed.
There is an unprotected component in Contacts application which can place video call, and run SS(Supplementary Service) and USSD(Unstructured Supplementary Service Data) codes without permission.
The applied patch protected the component.

Some SVE items included in the Samsung Android Security Update cannot be disclosed at this time.

See Full details about May, 2018 Security Patch Update here.

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