I am pretty sure that you already know too much about the Android Nougat 7.0 and what its features are along with some of the best mods which we didn’t see in previous versions of Android. Even though the Samsung company is already ahead of many other companies in providing the OTA updates, but still they figured out an update for the Galaxy A7 as you can now update Samsung Galaxy A7 to Android Nougat 7.0 manually.
The Android Nougat 7.0 is a predecessor to the new Android Oreo 8.0 which is expected to hit soon, yet you can now update Samsung Galaxy A7 to Android Nougat 7.0 without any issues. If the OTA update has not hit your devices yet, then it is ideal to update A7 to Android Nougat manually and I will be showing you the procedure for this.
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This website is not to be held responsible if any damage is done to your device. Do it at your own risk. Just make sure that you follow all these steps correctly which I am providing to you below.
- This method is only for Samsung Galaxy A7, so don’t try it with any other device.
- Your device should NOT be rooted before you begin with this process.
- Make sure you have taken a backup of your device before beginning with this process.
- Make sure there is more than 4GB space on your Galaxy A7 and that you have an active internet connection.
Download firmware for Galaxy A7 by clicking on this button.
How to Update Galaxy A7 to Android Nougat 7.0 manually:
- Extract the firmware files from the download section on the desktop of your PC or laptop.
- Open the ODIN tool to flash firmware.
- Make sure that you have verified that Auto Reboot and Factory Reset Time are checked and enabled and just not that but also other options are left at their default values.
- Make sure that the re-partition option in your device are left non-selected and do not load the PIT file which is found inside the firmware zip file as the result of this will be that it will re-partition the device without any use.
- Boot your device into download mode.
- Connect your device to a PC via a USB cable and just wait until you see a blue sign in ODIN
- Now, add the firmware in ODIN by clicking on the AP/PDA button.
- Click on the start button and the installation of the firmware will begin.
- It may take a few minutes to complete. That’s it.