Galaxy C series mid rangers from Samsung are finally seeing stock Oreo update after a long wait. The Galaxy C5 Pro and Galaxy C7 devices belonging to China Mobile are receiving the update first, this guide is about, how to download and install the official Oreo update on Galaxy C5 Pro via OTA, Kies or Odin.
The update is rolling out as build C5018ZMU1CRH2 that is now live via OTA as we speak, the update will take a few weeks to reach J7 users in other regions. If you are getting impatient to download and install stock Oreo Android 8.0 on Galaxy C5 Pro SM-C5018 just head to the installation section below.
The Official Android 8.0 Oreo for Galaxy C5 Pro brings Samsung Experience 9.0, high contrast keyboard, Dual Messenger, the over all interface looks pretty close to Galaxy S9 and S8. Other Oreo goodies include,
- Notification dots
- Notification channels
- Autofill framework
- Autosizing TextView
- Downloadable fonts
- Adaptive icons
- Shortcut pinning
In this guide we have mentioned the process to download stock Oreo Android 8.0 C5018ZMU1CRH2 firmware zip for Galaxy C5 Pro and install it right away by three possible ways.
Device Name: Samsung Galaxy C5 Pro
OS: Android 8.0 Oreo
Build Number: C5018ZMU1CRH2
Android Security Patch Level: June 01, 2018
Status: OTA is live
Process to install Android 8.0 Oreo C5018ZMU1CRH2 on Galaxy C5 Pro via Kies
This is just another possible way to download the firmware without extra effort.
First You need to download Samsung Kies application. Download Kies
Install the application on your PC and Open it.
Connect your device to PC and wait for the Kies app to detect your device.
Now it’s essential to make a backup of your device by clicking on Backup and Restore tab in the Kies screen.
Once the backup process is done, just click firmware upgrade to start the update process.
Install Stock Oreo Android 8.0 on Galaxy C5 Pro via Odin
Download C5018ZMU1CRH2 Official Android 8.0 Oreo firmware. Link
Then you need to turn off your device and boot it into download Mode, to do follow this guide.
Once your device boots into recovery mode then see instructions here to manually install the firmware via Odin.
That’s it! If you are facing any issue regarding this guide let us know by dropping a comment in the section below. Don’t forget to share this guide with others, Thank You.