Root XXU1DQC5 Android 7.0 Nougat on Galaxy S7 G930F Official Firmware

• March 28, 2017

Right after you update your Samsung Galaxy S7 to XXU1DQC5 Android 7.0 Nougat firmware, follow this guide to have it rooted. Root XXU1DQC5 Android 7.0 Nougat firmware running on Samsung Galaxy S7 G930F. The newer firmware brings in security patch updates and bug fixes. As this isn’t the first Nougat firmware, it doesn’t carry any sort of substantial changes but the changes it does carry, are very important. Once you update, however, your old root status will be reverted to stock. Therefore, you would have to root once again. There is nothing to worry about as the root process is very […]

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Install XXU1DQC5 Android 7.0 Nougat Official Firmware on Galaxy S7 G930F

• March 28, 2017

Users can now update their Samsung Galaxy S7 G930F to the newest XXU1DQC5 Android 7.0 Nougat firmware which comes with new bug fixes and more. This firmware is a part of monthly updates released by Samsung to ensure the utmost performance and reliability of your device. XXU1DQC5 Android 7.0 Nougat also carries a newer security patch as well as Samsung’s updated Knox security. Furthermore, this firmware also irons out any sort of residual bugs of previous firmwares. How you can install XXU1DQC5 Android 7.0 Nougat firmware? There are two routes. Either you can go straight to OTA(Over-the-air) update system or […]

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Samsung Galaxy A3 (2017) Review

• March 27, 2017

Phones with screens smaller than 5 inches are a very rare breed these days. After seeing the Samsung Galaxy A3 (2017), we think its the best small phone you can buy from the brand. Times have changed and people have adopted to larger touch screens. Gone are the days when flagships were released in sub-5 inch sizes while anything above that was called as unusual. 2017, you rarely find anything smaller than 5.2inch, that is remotely usable. Nonetheless, lets see whether Samsung’s Galaxy A3 (2017) offers a solution. The Galaxy A3 (2017) is a part of the A series. As […]

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Samsung Galaxy A5 (2017) Review

• March 27, 2017

Samsung has released a smartphone that might as well be perfect for everyone. Samsung Galaxy A5 2017 was announced just recently and it is also the first major release by the brand coming out of the Galaxy Note 7 mishap. As the A series is nothing new, the Galaxy A5 (2017) first has to prove itself over the outgoing Galaxy A5 (2016) variant and then stand on its own against competitors from other brands. There are some nice feature additions this year for the Galaxy A5 while remaining in that manageable form factor. We will be talking in detail about […]

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Samsung Galaxy S8 in Three Colors: Gold Sand, Black Sky, Orchid Grey

• March 23, 2017

As we edge closer to the official launch of Samsung’s much awaited Galaxy S8 flagship, more and more leaks are pouring through. Now we have, what seems to be, official renders of the phone. Each render adequately displays a color and also showcases the front and back styling of the phone. Also, these photos depict there color names in the background. As the black variant is called Black Sky, the backdrop is also a night sky. Same goes for the other three. You can see the full renders right below. Samsung is coming back from a major mishap with the […]

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Update Google Pixel to Android O OPP1 Developer Preview Factory Image

• March 22, 2017

Google Pixel owners can now test out the new upcoming Android O with this new Android O OPP1 Developer Preview firmware. Google has released the initial developer preview for its upcoming Android O revision. This is the first major upgrade, the Pixel smartphone will be seeing. Changes in this new Android version largely focus on efficiency, battery and multi-tasking. As this is a firmware meant to developers for testing purposes, it has bugs and also, it isn’t complete yet. More features would be added further down the road. However, you can try for yourself and revert back to old firmware […]

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Install Android O OPP1 Developer Preview Firmware on Google Pixel XL

• March 22, 2017

Google Pixel came with Nougat and now you can update it to the newest Android version, Android O OPP1 Developer Preview. This new build from Google jumps the Android version one step ahead. Focusing on battery life and multi-tasking, Google has released Android O OPP1 Developer Preview image to be flashed on Pixel XL. As this is a developer preview, not all intended features have yet been integrated. However, this firmware does give you a brief look as to what is coming and developers can use this to test out new features for apps. Android O OPP1 Developer Preview can only […]

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