A viewer from my Anet Computers Youtube channel, requested I make a Youtube tutorial for Samsung Galaxy S7 cell phone upgrade to Android Nougat. Android Nougat is actually Google Android operating system 7. Samsung advises that your device must be on baseband version G930AUCU4BQG1.
Plis tutorial upgrade S7 Flat AT&T to Nouget, Thanks?
If your device is not upgraded to this version, you will NOT be able to upgrade to Android Nougat. You want to use a fully charged device. Also, you might want to plug in your Samsung Galaxy S7 cell phone into a power source during this upgrade.
You can connect over the air via WiFi. Otherwise this upgrade is quite large and could be costly if your on a metered connection. Choose "Settings" by swiping down from your notification bar.
Select "About device" and then tap on "Software update". Select "Check for updates". If an update is available then follow those prompts to download and install Google Android Nougat on your Samsung Galaxy S7 cell phone. Your device will restart once this upgrade is complete.
Remember baseband version G930AUCU4BQG1 must be installed, before you can upgrade to Nougat. You can verify whether or not this device has correct baseband version by going into "Settings" and then selecting "About device". Also, it is recommended to backup your device before beginning this upgrade to Android Nougat 7.
You can backup your important data on this Samsung Galaxy S7 cell phone via an micro SD card, a personal computer, or a software application. According to Samsung this device is 41.6 megabytes in size.
About Author Aaron J. Berg
Aaron J. Berg is the owner of Anet Computers, host of the Reality PC podcast, and blogger at AnetComputers.com. For over thirteen years, he worked for fortune 500 companies and the United States Federal government supporting computers. Now he helps you solve your most common computer problems.