How to Update Samsung Galaxy S7 to Android 7.0 Nougat in United Kingdom

Hello Samsung Galaxy S7 SM-G930F users! Get set to multiply your mobile fun. Wonder why! As we have a good news for you. Samsung has rolled a new firmware update with the build name G930FXXU1DPLT for your handset. Now you can further upgrade your devices to the Android 7.0 Nougat via G930FXXU1DPLT Firmware. Isn’t it a great news? The update has been rolled out in United Kingdom. The Galaxy S7 SM-G930F is Samsung’s highest flagship smartphone until now with a number of high-end features and the update is expected to bring a number of improvements with existing bug fixes for your S7.

We know you must love your Samsung Galaxy S7 SM-G930F, but we think it will be better once you flash the latest firmware on your handset. If you are a proud owner of the said handset and want to further upgrade your Smartphone, then we are here with the step-by-step guide for you. Follow the steps given in this guide and you can easily update your device with the Android 7.0 Nougat. However, before that you need to meet certain requirements so that your update will not be a failure and you will not lose any important data in your device. So take a quick look on the pre-requirements.

Warning

First, check the name and model of your smartphone before starting the update as this guide is meant only for the Samsung Galaxy S7 SM-G930F Smartphone and implementing the procedure on other devices might brick your device. Remember, TechGipsy will not remain responsible for any sort of damage or data loss during the installation. So proceed only if you understand what you do.

Pr-requisites

  • All important data and files of your Samsung Galaxy S7 SM-G930F should be provided a full backup before the update as it would erase all your important data.
  • You also need a computer and original USB cable for use.
  • Your PC must be pre-loaded with the Samsung Galaxy S7 SM-G930F drivers since the drivers will help you connect your device to your PC. If not installed, then at first download the drivers from the official site of Samsung and install on your PC.
  • The USB debugging option of your handset should be enabled at first. To enable USB, visit Menu > Settings > Applications.
  • To ensure if your USB debugging is enabled, navigate to Settings and tap on Developer Options. Don’t forget to disable the USB Debugging option post update.
  • Most importantly keep your phone battery fully charged. If it is not fully charged, at least maintain a minimum of 55% power back up before starting the update.

Steps to Update

  • At first, download the Android 7.0 Nougat G930FXXU1DPLT file for your Samsung Galaxy S7 SM-G930F and extract it on the desktop of your PC. Now download Odin v3.10.zip, here
  • Then Put your Samsung Galaxy S7 SM-G930F into download mode by first powering off the phone and then pressing its ‘Volume Down’ button, ‘Power’ Button and ‘Home’ Button at a time. Thereafter press the ‘Volume Up’ Button after a warning message appears on your screen, to put your device handset into the download mode.
  • Then connect your Smartphone to your PC via USB cable.
  • The button-left corner of Odin will display a message after connection of your Galaxy Smartphone to your PC is successful.
  • Now open Odin on your PC, click on “AP/PDA” in Odin and choose the “.tar.md5″ file from the extracted Android 7.0 Nougat G930FXXU1DPLT folder. Make sure first you have unchecked the re-partition option.
  • Next, select the “Auto-reboot” option in Odin and press the “Start” button. The update process will take around 10-15 minutes. Wait still your Samsung Galaxy S7 restarts.

Also read: How to International Samsung Galaxy A3⑥ to Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow

That’s it! You have now updated your Samsung Galaxy S7 to its latest Android 7.0 Nougat Firmware. Now experience the enriched Nougat features in your Samsung Galaxy S7 Smartphone. In case of any issues, get back to us via the comment section. I shall definitely come out with a solution for you. For further tech news, android updates and rooting, keep visiting TechGipsy.com.

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