AT&T Galaxy S7 Edge SM-G935A Firmware Free Download

AT&T Galaxy S7 Edge


Download and unzip it. If you try to install the Oreo firmware with any other version of Odin, you’ll get “emmc_appsboot.mbn.lz4” error.
Make sure you have the Samsung USB Drivers installed on your PC.
Go to Settings> Developer options on your Samsung Galaxy S7 and enable USB debugging.
Precautionary step: Don’t forget to backup your apps and data stored on your phone’s internal storage.
Now turn off your Samsung Galaxy S7 and boot it into the Download or Odin mode. To do so, press and hold the Volume Down + Home + Power keys at the same time for 2-3 seconds. Release the keys as soon as you see a blue screen with exclamation sign and press the Volume Up key to get into the Download Mode.
When your phone gets into the Download mode, open the Odin folder double-click the Odin3_v3.13.1.exe file to launch it.
Connect your phone to your computer using the original Samsung USB cable.
When your phone is detected by Odin, the ID:COM port will be highlighted (see the screenshot below).
Now click the BL button in Odin, navigate to the firmware folder and add the file that starts with BL in its name.
Then click the AP button and add the corresponding file to it. Since the AP file is huge in size, Odin will take some time to add it.
Now click the CP add the CP file to it.
Finally, click the CSC button and add the CSC file to it.
Having added all files, make sure your Odin’s screen looks like as shown below.
Finally, click the Start button to initiate the installation and wait until the installation completes.
When the firmware is installed, you will get PASS! message in Odin and your phone will reboot automatically.
You can now disconnect the USB cable. Since the first boot takes about 5-8 minutes, so you need to be wait patient.

When your device boots up, you’ll be able to use your device. Enjoy the newly installed Android 8.0 Oreo firmware with build version AUCU4CRE4 on your AT&T Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge.

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