N920PVPS2AOK3 Sprint Galaxy Note5 SM-N920P Android 5.1.1 Lollipop Firmware

Sprint Galaxy Note 5 SM-N920P Android 5.1.1 Lollipop Stock Firmware N920PVPS2AOK3. Galaxy Note 5 SM-N920P Android 5.1.1 Lollipop Firmware with baseband version N920PVPS2AOK3, build number LMY47X.N920PVPS2AOK3, and CSC N920PSPT2AOK3.

Device name Galaxy Note5
Model number SM-N920P
Android version 5.1.1
Baseband version N920PVPS2AOK3
Kernel version 3.10.61-5944578
Build number LMY47X.N920PVPS2AOK3
Release date December 7, 2015
Stock firmware  (link) 

Tips: You may always use the most latest firmware update as it includes but not limited to new or enhanced features, device security enhancements. It  may also includes some improvements to data connectivity, audio, screen display quality, camera, and other system enhancements.

How to Use Stock Firmware?

This Stock firmware can only be use to restore the Sprint Galaxy Note 5 SM-N920P to its original Android operating system if it has been modified in unauthorized way and or the device did not receives the Firmware "Over-The-Air" OTA updates.

FOLLOW THIS GUIDE: Install Galaxy Note 5 Factory Stock Firmware

1. Backup all important data stored in the device memory, including contacts, messages, photos, videos, music, and other files.
2. Recharge the phone or it should still have at-least around 50% remaining power.
3. Grab these tools:
USB driver or grab Smart Switch

4. Unzip the firmware package in your PC.
5. Open or run Odin3 in your computer.
6. Reboot the Galaxy Note 5 in Download mode. Turn Off the phone then press and hold down the Volume Down+Power+Home keys at the same time. You may then press the Volume Up key to continue.
7. Connect the phone to PC.
8. Load the stock firmware:
a. Single tarball - Click on AP button and load the stock firmware tarball.
b. Multiple tarball - Load each individual stock firmware tarball such as BootloaderAPCP, and CSC on Odin3's designated slots.
9. Click the "Start" button to begin the installation.
10. Wait until the flashing completely finishes and the phone reboot itself.
You may also do perform a full factory data reset to regain a cleaner and fresher firmware installation. Just ensure that you already made a backup all of your important data stored in the phone.