Android 7.0 Firmware Update for Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge Now Available Online

Android 7.0 Firmware Update – For the Samsung fans, who have firstly participated in the beta, it my not be surprising anymore to know that Android 7.0 Nougat for the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 edge was launched last week.

Android 7.0 Firmware Update

Android 7.0 Firmware Update

Now you can download and flash the official Android 7.0 nougat firmware for your Samsung S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge instead of updating manually.

In some countries like in UK (product code “BTU”) and the Czech Republic (product code “OZC”), Android 7.0 Nougat update for Samsung Galaxy is available. However, the update is only available for the standard Samsung Galaxy S7 with the model series “SM-G930F”, and Samsung Galaxy S7 edge with the model series “SM-G935F.

It is forbidden for you not flash a ROM on an unsupported device since it will cause permanent bricking. Therefore you need to double check your phones model number before proceeding with the manual update.

You have to remember it well, especially for the users who are unsure of how to manually flash a ROM, they should except for the official notification to pop up. Or you can access to this firmware download section.

The Android 7.0 Nougat update on the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 edge gives you many changes and a new option performing the ability to change the screen resolution and the size of items on the screen.

The users should be more excited because this update can lengthen your battery life and performance and it will access to a new way of multimedia called multi window mode and new data saviy features. And it is very easy to accommodate function from third party a application using a cleaner quick settings panel. It also has a video Enhancer for better performance in multimedia usages. For your more comfortable and healthier experience at the dark, it is also able to minimize the blue light from your screen.

Sharing is Caring!

Tags: , ,

Category: Smartphone News