• March 4, 2021 •

Change CSC on Samsung Devices | Guide

Samsung is probably the largest Android OEM in the world, at the moment. From midrange devices to flagship devices, from phones to tablets, the number of devices and variants that Samsung releases every single year is astounding. Most of the Android OEMs release as a single version of the software update to their devices all over the world. For example, OnePlus releases the same update to all OnePlus 7s around the world. That is not the case with Samsung.

Samsung releases a different version of stock firmware for different regions – all for the same device. And why exactly do they do this? We have no idea but we do know how do they do it. They differentiate these devices by the CSC (Country Specific Code) on the Samsung devices. Each of the Samsung devices come with a CSC on them so that Samsung can later identify them based on the CSC and send across the appropriate update to the devices.

If you wish to learn more about CSC and the list of all CSC codes available for Samsung devices, then I recommend reading the below article:

How to find the CSC of a Samsung Devices?

Go to Settings > About phone > Software information. Here, you will find a section named ‘Service provider SW ver.’. Here, you can easily identify the CSC of your device as shown in the below image:

Change Csc On Samsung Devices | Guide

Change CSC on Samsung Galaxy Devices without Root

Please take a complete backup of your device before proceeding. Changing CSC will completely wipe all the data on your device including your photos, videos, messages – everything will be wiped.

  1. Open your phone dialer app on your Samsung Galaxy and type in ‘*#06#‘. Now, the IMEI number of your device will appear on the screen. Make a note of it.Change Csc On Samsung Devices | Guide
  2. Go back to the dialer app again and then type in the below code:
    *#272*YOUR-IMEI-NUMBER#
  3. Once you type in the above code, you will be shown a list of CSC available for you to choose from.
  4. Tap on the CSC you want to install and then press the Install button to change the CSC.
  5. Now your phone will reboot automatically.

Now you have successfully changed the CSC on your Samsung Galaxy device.

Samsung CSC Codes List

And here’s a list of all the Samsung Galaxy CSC codes for your reference:

Here are all the Samsung CSC Codes:

Country Samsung CSC Codes
A
Afghanistan  AFG
Algeria  TMC, ALG, ALR
Albania  AVF (Vodafone)
Argentina  ANC, ARO, CTI (Claro), UFN (Movistar), PSN (Personal)
Aruba  ARU
Australia  XSA, OPP, OPS (Optus), VAU (Vodafone), TEL (Telus), HUT (Three/Vodafone)
Austria  ATO (Open Austria) AOM, DRE (3 Hutchinson), MAX (T-Mobile), MOB (A1), MOK, ONE (Orange), TRG (Telering)
B
Bahrain  ARB
Baltic  SEB
Belarus  MTB, VEL
Belgium  BSE, BAE, PRO (Proximus), XEB
Bangladesh BNG, (unbranded), TML (unbranded), ETR
Bosnia-Herzegovina ERO, BHO, BHT (BH Telecom), TEB
Brazil  ZTO (unbranded), BTA, BTM, TMR, ZTA (Claro), ZVV (Vivo), ZTM (TIM)
Bulgaria  BGL (unbranded), CMF, GBL, MTE, MTL (MTL), OMX, PLX, VVT (VVT)
C
Cambodia  CAM (unbranded), RCG
Canada  BMC (Bell), RWC (Rogers), TLS (Telus), KDO (Koodo)
Chile  CHO (unbranded), CHB, CHE (Entel PCS), CHL (Claro), CHT (Telefonica)
China  CHN, CMC, CUH, INT, M00, TEC, TIY
Colombia  COO (unbranded), CGU, COB, COL, COM
Costa Rica  ICE
Croatia  CRO, TRA, TWO, VIP (VIP-Net)
Cyprus  CYV (Vodafone)
Czech Republic  ETL (unbranded), KBN, O2C, OSK, TMZ, VDC (Vodafone), XCS, XEZ
D
Denmark   DTL
Dominican Rep.  CDR, TDR
Dominica  CST, DCN, DOR
E
Ecuador  BBR
Egypt  EGY (unbranded)
El Salvador  DGC, TBS
F
Finland  ELS, SAU
France  XEF (unbranded), AUC, BOG, COR, DIX, FTM, NRJ, OFR, ORC, ORF, OXA*, SFR, UNI, VGF
G
Germany  DBT (unbranded), DTM (T-Mobile), DUT, EPL (E-Plus), MAN, MBC, OXA*, VD2 (Vodafone), VIA (O2), XEG
Ghana  SPN, ACR (unbranded)
Greece  EUR (unbranded), AOC, COS (Cosmote), CYO, GER, OXX*, TGR, VGR (Vodafone), ILO (HotMobile)
Guatemala  PCS
H
Hong Kong  TGY
Hungary  XEH (unbranded), PAN (Telenor), VDH (Vodafone), WST, TMO,  TMH (T-Mobile)
I
India  INU (unbranded), IND, INA, INS (unbranded), IMS, REL
Indonesia  AXI, SAR, XSE
Iran  THR (unbranded)
Iraq  MID (unbranded)
Ireland  3IE, VDI (Vodafone)
Israel  ILO (unbranded), CEL, PCL, PTR
Italy  ITV (unbranded), FWB, GOM, HUI, OMN (Vodafone), OXA*, TIM, VOM, WIN, XET
Ivory Coast  IRS, SIE
J
Jamaica  JBS, JCN, JCW
Japan  DCM, SBM, VFK
Jordan  LEV
K
Kazakhstan  EST, KCL, KMB, KZK, OXE*, SKZ (unbranded)
Kenya  KEN, KEL, AFR
Korea  SKT
L
Latvia  SEB (unbranded)
Libyan Arab Rep.  MMC
Lithuania  TLT
Luxembourg  LUX (unbranded)
M
Macao  VTN
Macedonia  TMC, MBM
Malaysia  CCM, FME, FMG, MXS, OLB*, XME (unbranded)
Mexico  SEM, TCE, TMM, UNE
Mongolia  MPC
Morocco  FWD, MAT, MED, MWD (unbranded), SNI, WAN
N
Nepal  NPL (unbranded)
Netherlands  PHN (unbranded),BEN, KPN, MMO, ONL, QIC, TFT, TNL, VDF (Vodafone), VDP, XEN
New Zealand  VNZ
Nigeria  ECT (unbranded), GCR, MML
Nordic Countries  NEE (unbranded)
Norway  TEN
P
Pakistan  PAK (unbranded), WDC
Panama  TPA (unbranded), BPC, PCW, PBS
Peru  PEB, PET, SAM
Philippines  FAM, GLB, OLB*, SMA, XTC (Open Line) , XTE
Poland  ERA, IDE, PLS, PRT, XEO (unbranded), OXA*, OXX*
Portugal  OPT, OXX*, TCL (Vodafone), TMN, TPH (unbranded), XEP
Puerto Rico  CEN, PCI, TPR
R
Romania  ROM (unbranded), CNX (Vodafone), COA, HAT, ORO, OXX*
Russia  AZC, BLN, EMT, ERS, GEO, MTV, OXE*, SER (unbranded), SNT
S
Saudi Arabia  KSA (unbranded), JED
Senegal  DKR (unbranded)
Serbia Montenegro  MSR, OXX*, PMN, SMO, TOP, TSR
Singapore  MM1, XSP (unbranded), SIN (Singtel), STH (Starhub), BGD, XSO
Slovenia  MOT, SIM (Si.mobile)
Slovakia  ORX (unbranded), GTL, IRD, ORS, OXX*, TMS
South Africa  XFA, XFE (unbranded), OXX*, XFC, XFM, XFV (Vodafone)
South East Europe  SEE (unbranded)
South West Asia  SWA
Spain  PHE (unbranded), FOP, AMN (Orange), ATL (Vodafone), EUS, XEC (Movistar), YOG (Yoigo)
Sri Lanka  SLK (unbranded)
Sweden  BAU, BCN, BME, BSG, BTH, COV, HTS, SEN, TET, TLA, TNO, VDS, XEE
Switzerland  AUT (unbranded), MOZ, ORG, OXX*, SUN, SWC (Swisscom)
T
Taiwan  BRI (unbranded), CWT, TCC, TCI, TWM
Temporary  TEM
Thailand  CAT, OLB*, THE, THL (unbranded), THO, THS, LAO, MYM
Tanzania  SOL
Trinidad and Tobago  EON (unbranded), TTT (unbranded)
Tunisia  TUN (unbranded), ABS, RNG
Turkey  TUR (unbranded), BAS, KVK, TLP, TRC
U
Ukraine  KVR, SEK (unbranded), UMC
United Arab Emirat  ARB, ITO, MID, OXE*, XSG (unbranded)
United Kingdom  BTU (unbranded), EVR (EE), BTC, CPW (Carphone Warehouse), H3G, O2I, O2U (O2), ORA (Orange), OXA*, TMU (T-Mobile), TSC, VIR, VOD (Vodafone), XEU (EE & Three)
USA  ACG (Nextech/C), ATT (AT&T), BST, CCT (Comcast), GCF, LRA (Bluegrass Cellular), SPR (Sprint), TFN (Tracfone), TMB (T-Mobile), USC (US Cellular), VMU (Virgin Mobile USA), VZW (Verizon Wireless), XAA (unbranded/default), XAS
Uzbekistan  CAC (unbranded), UZB
V
Venezuela  VMT (Movistar), DGT, MVL
Vietnam  DNA, FPT, OLB*, PHU, SPT, TLC, VTC, VTL, XEV, XXV (unbranded)

16 thoughts on “Change CSC on Samsung Devices | Guide”

  1. Hi, thanks for the post….
    When I do *#272*YOUR-IMEI-NUMBER#, I have the massage “UNKNOWN APPLICATION”
    Do you know why ? Thanks for your answer 🙂

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  2. I can see on you screenshot that you have a dual sim. Which one should I use? I have tried both IMEI´s and most CSC codes have the word “single” after the country code and the ones that do not say “single” issue a warning “selected code or current code is Single. Only Sales&Network Code Change is available”

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  3. vishnuve.. ee method 2021 security updetes muthal available alla.. so this post is useless.. pls remove.. works only on android 10

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