How to Enable Tap to Take Selfie on Galaxy S7 with Android Nougat 7.0?

The trend of taking selfies has taken a revolutionary leap in the world of the smartphone’s photography. With these increasing advancements in the technology world, the cameras are getting better and better and that is the reason we now have Galaxy S7 Edge’s outclass front camera.

Well, the Camera of the Galaxy S7 Edge has been discussed many times on my blog so, this time I am going to cover the guide through which you can be able to take the selfies on their S7 Edge with Nougat by tapping on anywhere on the screen, instead of reaching the shutter button or volume keys.

If you find it difficult reaching the shutter button or volume keys while taking your selfies, then you need to follow the below mentioned simple steps to enable tap selfies on the screen of your Galaxy S7 Edge.

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How To Change Galaxy S7 Edge Screen Resolution on Android Nougat?

Samsung has been working really hard and trying to push the latest Android Nougat Firmware update for Samsung Galaxy S7 & Edge, which is currently in beta, to end users. Android Nougat 7.0 is considered to be the biggest firmware update for Samsung Galaxy S7 & Edge. It not only features the brand new android version (7.0), but also offers wide variety of samsung specific changes and the major focus is towards User Interface update. The most important change is considered to be an option to change the screen resolution on Samsung Galaxy S7 & Edge.

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Change Screen Resolution on Samsung Galaxy S7 & Edge

On the Galaxy S7 Nougat, however, the option is presented less as a last-ditch battery-saving feature, and more as a thing you just set and leave on.

Your three options are HD (720p), Full HD (1080p) and Quad HD (1440p). And whereas before the native 1440p resolution was the default, now it’s 1080p.

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How To Enable Adaptable Storage On Galaxy S7 & Edge? (Merge Internal Storage With MicroSD Card)

If you’ve been following the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S7 / S7 Edge, you may have read that adoptable storage, a Marshmallow feature that lets you use the microSD card just like internal storage, is missing. The S7s do include a feature where you can move apps to SD card, but it’s not quite the same. The good news? You can enable the feature using ADB and it seems to work great, including in hybrid (‘mixed’) mode. This feature easily allows to move apps to sd card while you have had converted your microSD card into adaptable storage.


In order to set adoptable storage up, you will need a computer with working ‘adb’ and, of course, a microSD card in your phone, the faster the better (I personally use a 200GB SanDisk MicroSD Card in my own device. Here’s the process!

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How To Move Galaxy S7 Apps & Games To SD Card?

This quick guide will explain how to move apps & games to the Galaxy S7 or Edge microSD card. After ditching the feature on last years Galaxy S6, many were extremely happy to see Samsung returned the micro-SD card slot on the Galaxy S7.

However, it doesn’t use Android 6.0 Marshmallow adoptable storage feature where the phone thinks it’s internal storage. As a result, many thought we wouldn’t be able to move apps to the SD card, but you can. It just takes some digging around in the storage settings.


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How To Fix Custom Binary Blocked By FRP Lock on Galaxy S8, S9, S10, Note10?

If you are a new Samsung Android user, and just looking forward to install a custom rom on your Samsung Galaxy Mobile Phone, you need to take care of a few things. You must enable developer options by tapping on build number of your device 7 times from Settings > About. This will give you an access to hidden menu named as Developer Options on your Samsung Galaxy Mobile Phone.

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How To Flash Stock ROM on Galaxy S7 or Galaxy S7 Edge?

ODIN is the tool to flash stock rom on Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge smartphone. In case your phone isn’t working fine. Its lagging like hell. Or its stuck on the Samsung logo. That’s the time to either hard reset Samsung Galaxy S7 or Galaxy S7 edge, in case hard reset also fails.

You need to flash stock rom on your Samsung Galaxy S7 or Galaxy S7 Edge. Stock ROM’s download size is usually 2 GB for latest Samsung Galaxy S7 or Galaxy S7 Edge smartphone.

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How To Fix Fingerprint Sensor Error on Galaxy S7 & Edge?

Fingerprint Sensor Errors are very common with Samsung’s Android devices including, Samsung Galaxy S5, S6, S6 Edge, S7 and S7 Edge. Its because this feature is relatively new and software support for this feature has not yet matured. We at S7 Fan Club have just received the brand new Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge smartphone. We skipped the initial device setup process and later tried to setup fingerprint lock on our Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge.
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