Extract the PIT File Of A Samsung Device
It’s quite easy to find ROMs that you can install and use on Samsung Devices. It is also easy to flash stock ROMs which is a good thing as if you’re stuck in a boot loop, you need to flash a stock ROM to get out of it.
Sometimes we face the issue of getting a message that says “Get PIT for mapping” when you flash a ROM with Odin. If this PIT file is missing, you will not be able to flash a stock ROM. You can use Google to find a PIT file but you need to make sure you find the right one.
In this guide, we’re going to show you how you can extract a PIT file from a Samsung device. There are two methods you can try.
Extract PIT File From A Samsung Device:
- The first thing you need to do is download and install Terminal Emulator. You can also just go to the Google Play Store and search for it there.
- In the Google Play Store, find and download the BusyBox app.
- Install the BusyBox app.
- Launch Terminal Emulator. You will be asked for root access, grant it.
- In Terminal Emulator, type the following command: su
- Now, type this command: dd if=/dev/block/mmcblk0 of=/sdcard/out.pit bs=8 count=580 skip=2176
- Open your device’s file manager. You should see the PIT file now. Save it onto your PC.
- Install and then set up Android SDK on your computer.
- Enable your device’s USB debugging mode.
- Launch a command prompt on the PC
- Connect your device to the PC with a USB cable
- Type the following in the command prompt:
- Adb devices
- Adb shell
- When the SU pop-up appears, grant permissions.
- Type the following command: dd if=/dev/block/mmcblk0 of=/sdcard/out.pit bs=8 count=580 skip=2176
- You should now see the PIT file backed up on your devices. Save it onto your PC.
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