Although the Android 8.0 Oreo is now available for all Galaxy S7 variants, there are still many S7 users whose phone is still running Android 7.0 Nougat since they are tightened with the contract, or simply they don’t like to update to newer version. So, if your S7 is still running an Android-carrier version, then this post will help you convert your Galaxy S7 into the global version. Do you like that? If the answer is Yes, just keep reading this post.
- Based on Stock Android 7.0 Nougat
- Full Language Support
- No Knox trip (0x0)
- Directly flash through Odin
- Official Kernel
- Stable, OTA Update
- Fix being stuck logo, bootloop
- Add quick data toggle button
- Odin v3.13.1 version to flash the stock firmware
- Samsung USB driver and install it on your computer
- Global firmware: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1eOybdm8F4EFBpSVOwaxnYw2mf2XcqOB0/view?usp=sharing
Once done, let’s start flashing global firmware for the US Galaxy S7.
How To Flash Global Android 7.0 ROM For Galaxy S7
- Extract Odin tool on your computer and open it
- On your phone, go to Settings > About phone and tap on Build Numbers until you see a message: you are now a developer
- Return to Settings > Developer Options and activate USB Debugging and OEM Unlock
- Extract the firmware file, power your phone off and boot it into Download mode by pressing Power + Home + Volume Down When you see a warning screen, simply press the Volume Up button
- Connect your phone to the computer and wait for a few seconds so that your computer can recognize your phone.
- Choose continuously BL, AP, CP, CSC buttons with the compatible part of the firmware.
- Once done, simply click on Start button and wait for the process to complete
That’s all! You have successfully flashed global firmware on your carrier Galaxy S7. If you have any question, let’s know in the comment below.