How to Change CSC Codes in Samsung Devices

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CSC stands for Country/Carrier Specific Product Code or Consumer Software Customization and is a part of the Samsung stock firmware file. When you extract the firmware, you get the AP, BL, CP, CSC, and Home CSC files. Out of these, the last two are the topic of discussion in this guide.

Samsung CSC vs Samsung Home CSC: Which One to Flash?

So this is one query that I have seen across countless online forums as to which CSC does one has to flash via Odin. Well in the simplest of terms, if you wish to perform a factory reset before flashing the stock firmware, then you would need to load the CSC file in Odin. On the other hand, if you wish to preserve all your data while flashing the stock firmware, then go for the Home CSC file.

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What is OXM Multi-CSC Firmware?

OXM is a superset that beholds numerous sub-CSCs within itself. If your Samsung device has a multi CSC firmware then you could easily change the region. With that said, the OXM Multi CSC firmware has the following CSC (the below list might be incomplete, let me know the missing CSCs and I’ll expand this list):

Why Should I Change CSC?

There are a plethora of reasons why you might need to change your Samsung device’s CSC code. For example, if you have purchased an unlocked (carrier unlocked, not bootloader unlocked!) device from any other country, then it would have the language and device settings for that foreign country. 

Along the same lines, the APN settings and the pre-installed apps will also be of that region only. To overcome this issue, you could easily change the CSC on your Samsung device and flash the firmware of your home country.

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