Dear all Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge users! If you want to experience the latest features of the Android 7.1.1 on your smartphone, a new BeanStalk Custom ROM is available to meet your Android Nougat requirements. But how to flash this new Custom ROM on your device! Just follow the step-by-step guide below and you will test the Rom just in few minutes.
Post update, you can test this new Android 7.1.1 Nougat BeanStalk Custom ROM on your Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge instantly. Although this is an unofficial Custom ROM, the BeanStalk ROM is stable and smoothly runs on your handset. However, before flashing the Rom, you need to meet some certain pre-requirements.
First, your Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge needs to be rooted and installed with the latest TWRP Recovery. Moreover, you should create a full backup for your Galaxy S7 Edge as your data might get lost during the update. You also need to enable the USB debugging option on your Android device. Among other important needs, keep at least 70% power left to avoid unexpected shutdown during flashing the Custom ROM. Now let’s take a look on the update process.
Steps to flash Android 7.1.1 Nougat on Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge
- First of all, download the Android 7.1.1 Nougat Lineage ROM & Gapps for your Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge.
- Then plug your smartphone to your PC using a USB cable and then move the Custom ROM file and the Gapps file to the sd card/internal storage of your device. After that, turn off your handset, unplug the USB and put it into recovery mode by pressing and holding the Volume Up+ Power + Home Buttons altogether. Then press the Volume Down button to boot your device into Custom Recovery mode.
- In Recovery mode, select “wipe data/factory reset”, “wipe cache partition” from recovery menu to wipe data and clear cache from your Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge.
- Then choose the option “Install .zip from SD Card” and select the files that you moved to the sd card/ internal storage one after another.
- Now flash the files one after another in your device and wait still the firmware is flashed on your Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge.
- Once the process is completed, return to the Main Recovery Menu, and select “reboot system now.”
Also see: How to Install Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow for Galaxy Tab E SM-T560NU
That’s all you need to do. Wait for the update to finish. Great! Now you can test the Android 7.1.1 Nougat features on your Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge. In case of any issues, inform us in the comment section. We shall find out some solution for you.