S7 Fan Club is sharing the stock ROMs of Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge model SM-G935F, which is based on Android Marshmallow 6.0.1, Android Nougat 7.0 and Android Oreo 8.0. Stock ROM is usually used when your Galaxy S7 Edge isn’t functioning properly or is stuck on the boot screen.
Samsung Galaxy S10 has been equipped with the best features until now and that is the reason why it has got awesome reviews from the users. Ranging from alluring biometric features to the huge AMOLED Screen, no phone can ever be better than Samsung Galaxy S10.
With almost all the great features, the only feature that can get better in Samsung Galaxy S10 is its launcher. The heavy use of white backgrounds, limited customizability of its home screen and some features that it borrowed from previous flagships are some of the things that make its users unsatisfied.
Today we are sharing the Official Stock ROMs of international Samsung Galaxy S8 (SM-G950F) & Galaxy S8 Plus (SM-G955F), which are based on Android Nougat 7.0. Stock ROM is usually used when your Galaxy S8 isn’t functioning properly or is stuck on the boot screen.
Rooting your Galaxy S8 / Plus will allow users to have admin or root level access to their Android device, giving capabilities to edit / remove / modify and customize the system level files. Samsung Galaxy S8 / Plus duo is packed with the latest technology, however, users may still want to tweak their Galaxy S8 / Plus to their own likings. If you are out of those geeky Android users, follow this guide for all the steps and download files to Gain Root access on Galaxy S8 / Plus with Android Nougat 7.0.
In this article we will explain our users, how easily they can Fix Samsung Galaxy S8 / Plus in case it is having issues such as Boot Loop, Not Booting Up, Downgrade, Unroot and any software related issue. Most of the times these issues are fixed by Flashing the Stock ROM Firmware.
It’s been a day that Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus are out in public and the users who had pre-ordered their phones on Verizon and T-Mobile have received their brand new Samsung phones. Fortunately, the phone’s got potential but unfortunately, users have started to face a problem which is quite frustrating. Galaxy S8 / Plus users had also faced sudden rebooting and red tint AMOLED display issues.
I am talking about that “DQA keeps stopping” error message that pops up when the users turn on the Wi-Fi of their devices. This issue has been reported by a number of users on social media and that’s a reason why we are writing this post. As this is the new error being associated with a new phone, a single conclusive fix doesn’t seem to be found. So we have come up with all the possible fixes that can repair the annoying “DQA keeps stopping” error.
The official launch of Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus has unveiled the launcher and app icons, a couple of weeks before. Since Samsung Galaxy S8 is now offering Infinity Display and a complete redesigned interface, it has been great to gaze upon a whole new Samsung’s line of interface. The screen appeared to be large and there’s absolutely no app drawer anywhere on the screen. This means the S8 is going to offer a widely different launcher from the one found in Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge. Make sure to check out Best 3D Launcher Apps for Galaxy S8 / S7 Edge / Android Nougat 7.0.
And the destined competition between the two rivals, Samsung and Apple continues….. With the unveiling ceremony of the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus, even the Apple users are thrilled to see such an amazing set of specs and features. And with that, it is an obvious fact that the newest handset is going to be compared with the devices that have previously held the crown for being groundbreaking in the tech market and among them, iPhone 7 Plus is the palpable name around.
Almost similar in sizes, similar in function, both these smartphones – Galaxy S8 and iPhone 7 Plus are set to go head to head. However, there has been wondering around that which one’s is faster. Fortunately, we have got the answer to this question by a couple of YouTube videos. Let’s see what these benchmark test videos have got.
You might have heard or read the news on different tech blogs regarding the Android Nougat update going to hit T-Mobile. With this, I have seen many Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge owners happy and excited, as it is flooded with a complete set of whole new features and interface, that was much needed.
So, the full Android Nougat 7.0 firmware for Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge on T-Mobile are now available, and weighs in at a cool 1.5GB. If you were also looking to have this bad ass update on your phone, you can now have it, but be sure to have plenty of battery juice.
Android Nougat 7.0 Is Now Available for T-Mobile Galaxy S7 / Edge (SM-G930T / SM-G935T)