Install Official Jelly Bean 4.2.2 DDUAMH3 Firmware on Galaxy S4 Mini Duos I9192

Galaxy S4 Mini Duos I9192 will be connected to Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean with this upgrade tool: DDUAMH3 official firmware.


A crucial part of our tutorial are these requirements:


  1. To get the new operating system on your handset, you now have to download, for starters, the and Odin tool on the PC (the download link is available here).
  2. The files which come with each of the packages must be unzipped on the laptop and then you will have to power the smartphone off before you help it reach Download Mode; which help should come under the form of these instructions: press + hold, together, Volume Down, Home and Power, stop the pressing and holding when you spot the Android logo, the end up pressing only Volume Up.
  3. Odin tool v3.07.exe, one of the files contained in the Odin package, should run as Admin; to enable this: right-click odin.exe, go to the phone’s Context Menu and tap “Run as Administrator“.
  4. Take the handset’s USB cord and plug the Samsung GT-I9192 to your notebook via this tool, then be on the lookout for either a COM port number in yellow or a message which says “Added!!”. When both these appear on the screen, your phone is connected to your notebook; but when the opposite happens, flash the USB drivers once more or enroll the help of an altogether different USB port.
  5. Right now you will get acquainted with what buttons and files to select: after you tap on “PDA” you have to choose a CODE-named file; then do as follows: click on “Phone“, opt for a file sporting MODEM in the name, tap “CSC“, choose a CSC file, click on “PIT” and choose a file which contains a .pit extension.
  6. [sc name=”banner-jos”]Right after you are done with these instructions, you should opt for these: F. Reset Time, Auto Reboot and Re-partition (this is a box that should be checked only if the .pit file was what you opted for before). Watch the Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean DDUAMH3 official firmware get on your Galaxy S4 Mini Duos I9192 as soon as you tap “Start”.

The update file will be on the phone in a matter of minutes. After the tool is on your device, the latter is going to enter a restarting phase which will end in a message reading “Pass“. Now you should disconnect the phone from your notebook. Then grab hold of your smartphone, enter “Settings“, tap “About Phone” and admire the firmware which updated the handset.

This tutorial may end up in a phone stuck in boot animation. The solution for this affliction lies in the following couple of guidelines: enter your phone into the Recovery Mode, then select both “Factory reset/Wipe data” and “Wipe cache partition“. Opt for the phone’s “Restart” option; the phone shall restart into the firmware which upgraded it to the new operating system.