Unlike most Android devices, Samsung Galaxy smartphones and tablets don’t have a true Fastboot interface for firmware flashing. The OEM developed its own firmware flashing tool known as “Odin,” named after the king of Gods in Norse mythology. Odin communicates with a special software component called “Loke” which seems to be named after another important character in Norse mythology (often translated as “Loki”). Loke runs on Samsung devices while in download mode and provides the functionality necessary to perform a flashing operation. However, using it incorrectly can still damage your device.
This Galaxy A10 has several model codes such as SM-A105FN (Global), SM-A105F, SM-A105M, and SM-A105G. So it is important to download the right stock ROM file as SM-A105F firmware. Then you need to compare it with your device Model Number as SM-A105F. Before you download the Samsung Galaxy A10 SM-A105M firmware for your device you just need to confirm that your device battery is almost full, and the flash file also helps you to fix your device. Samsung A10 SM-A105F Android 10 Stock ROM (Flash File). This Android 10 based Lineage OS 17 ROM is only for Samsung Galaxy A10.
When your Galaxy A10 SM-A105M U6 finally boots up, you should now be running your desired firmware. Galaxy A10s SM-A107M Binary 4 Android 10 Q Brasil ZTO – A107MUBU4BTDE (Flash File).
Just remember before the flashing is backup important in the internal memory. Because after flash is finished, the data will be wipe and lost. Selecting correct firmware is the Major step in this process. Based on your country or region choose the firmware. It is a Manual ODIN process; You can flash the latest version. But if you use sideload method, you should stock ROMs flash the next version of your mobile firmware, or else the process may brick your device.