How To Flash Global Firmware For The US Galaxy Note 8

global 8.0 firmware for carrier Galaxy Note 8

Dear all the US Galaxy Note 8 users! Do you want your phone to run on a global version firmware like the international variant without any carrier ’s stock apps pre-installed, carrier bootup logo and others? If the answer is yes, then this post would like to help you remove all these annoyances by flashing the Global stock firmware on your carrier Galaxy Note 8. Here is a step-by-step instruction to install Global firmware on your carrier Galaxy Note 8.

Devices Supported:

  • AT&T Galaxy Note 8
  • Verizon Galaxy Note 8
  • T-Mobile Galaxy Note 8
  • Sprint Galaxy Note 8


  • Full languages supported
  • No Knox trip (0x0)
  • Samsung logo bootup
  • Remove carrier’s apps, carrier bootup logo
  • Add official kernel
  • No lag or bugs
  • Add quick toggle icon 2G/3G/4G, Wi-Fi hotspot
  • Stable, quick OTA support


  • Back up all your important data on your phone as flashing the ROM will wipe the internal storage.
  • Download and install Samsung USB driver and Odin v 3.13.1 on your computer. Download this modified Odin for those who get the “SHA256 is Invalid” error with Odin.
  • Keep your phone’s battery at least 50% to avoid unexpected issues

Once done, let’s start flashing the Global stock firmware on your carrier Galaxy Note 8.

Also see: Stock Global 8.0 Firmware For The Galaxy S7 And S7 Edge

Steps to Install Global Firmware on Carrier Galaxy Note 8

  • First, you need to download the stock global firmware for your carrier Note 8 (Android 8.0):