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How to install Android 10/One UI 2.5 on your Galaxy S7 and Note 7 devices [Manually]

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Samsung’s older flagship, Galaxy S7, S7 Edge, and Note 7 are the premium smartphones launched in 2016. These devices brought great hardware and software functionalities for the consumer, keeping aside the Note 7 battery malfunctioning.

Talking about the software, these devices were launched with Samsung’s proprietary TouchWiz software suite along with the Android 6. Later on, moved to Samsung Experience UI and received two major updates including the Android 7 and Android 8 Oreo.

Currently, these smartphones aren’t eligible for any major software updates and stuck with Android 8 Oreo. But there’s a way that could allow you to use the latest Android 10 based One UI 2.5 on your Galaxy S7, S7 Edge, or Note 7 (If it’s still safe).

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The One UI offers a brand new user interface and a completely new experience for a better user experience.

Below you can check the instructions on how you can install the latest One UI 2.5/Android 10 port on your Samsung Galaxy S7, S7 Edge, and Note 7 smartphones.

First, you need to know some information before you flash your device:

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  • This is a full Galaxy Note 9 port with the Android Version 10 and One UI 2.5.
  • This is not an official ROM
  • Read the full steps carefully to install the ROM successfully on your device.
  • You are not allowed to use this base, aroma, or any parts of it for your own “ROM”. if you want to make a Q port, “DIY”.
  • This ROM should only be installed on the Exynos 8890 version and is not meant for the Snapdragon variant.

You can download the update file for your Galaxy S7 and Note 7 (Exynos 8890 devices) devices from here.

Follow the steps below to download and install ROM on your device:

  • Ensure you have up-to-date TWRP (MoroTwrp Recommended or My TWRP). Download from here
  • Ensure you are running the recent Oreo bootloader and modem.
  • Download and copy the ROM to your device.
  • Wipe everything (SYSTEM, DATA, CACHE, DALVIK, and if possible internal storage).
  • Flash the ROM.ZIP (Select only what you will use in bloat otherwise it will fail due to system size).
  • Setup your ROM.
  • After a full successful boot. you can flash Magisk if you need ROOT

or (In detail)

  • Open TWRP recovery mode on your device
  • Click on Wipe and then select Advanced Wipe
  • Now select the following options: Dalvik/ART cache, System, Data, Internal storage (optional), and Cache.
  • Then swipe to wipe
  • After wiping the Data go back to the TWRP window and select ‘Install’
  • Now select the update file to do so.
  • Tap on External_sd
  • Now select the update file as Floyd Q-V10-Exynos8890.zip
  • Then again swipe to continue
  • Now, wait for the process to end. It will take some time to install on your device. After the installation is complete click Next.
  • Agree to the terms and conditions and now again click Next.
  • A changelog will appear on the screen and the system will ask you to select the desired file.
  • After selecting the files click on install.
  • The final installation process will end in some time and after the reboot, you can enjoy Android 10 on your device.

ROM Information:

  • ROM OS Version: Android 10
  • ROM Kernel: Linux 3.x
  • ROM Firmware Required: Latest Bootloader/Modem and TWRP 3.3+
  • Based On: One UI 2.5

Version Information:

  • Status: Stable
  • Current Stable Version: V5.0
  • Stable Release Date: 2020-12-10

Features of Floyd/Hades Port Features:

  • Samsung S9 DolbyAtmos
  • Optimized for S7 Flat / EDGE with their own separate configurations
  • Many props and feature tweaks and exclusive apps
  • DE-Knoxed and disabled Additional Samsung root prevention and security spams
  • Full OMC setup with Many Samsung supported countries
  • MultiWallpaper support
  • S9 Infinity Wallpapers pickable in aroma
  • Selectable SmartManager (Intl / CN)
  • @corsicanu Patched GoodLock manager
  • Debloated via Aroma (Email, Calculator, Video, Music, Voice Recorder, etc)
  • Custom boot animations (Samsung Wh/Bl, Floyd, Hades)
  • Yuva features (UsbBackup, SPowerPlanning, SProtect, Ultra Data Saving, Memory Saver, and Samsung Max)
  • Custom Fonts/Emojis included (And 1120 Font mods/Google fonts etc)
  • Vanced Manager
  • Patched for Single/Dual SIM + SDCard
  • Patched Dual Messenger for All user apps
  • Selectable Edge Panels and edgelighting+
  • SamsungDaily (BixbyHome), Bixby Voice, and Bixby Vision
  • Recovery toggle (Long Press restart)
  • Samsung Max and other Misc WiFi features
  • Native AppLock
  • Wifi S-Secure
  • Native Screen Video recorder
  • Native Call recorder
  • Enabled some CSC features (call record, status bar network speed, etc.)
  • SecureFolder
  • Google LiveCaptions
  • Patched Knox WorkProfile
  • Option to force enable RCS
  • And the list keeps going!

Bugs:

  • GearVR headset does not work
  • Iris Scanner Does not work on Note devices

Screenshots:

Notes:

  1. You might face some bugs, errors, and issues because it is not an official ROM
  2. Updating your device with the custom ROM is your own choice, no one is responsible if anything goes wrong

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Samsung Odin: How to install firmware manually

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Odin is the ROM Flashing tool for Samsung Android smartphones and tablets devices. It is used to flash a custom recovery firmware image manually to your Samsung Galaxy devices.

If you wanted to install a software update manually on your Samsung Galaxy device, in this tutorial, we’ll show you how you can use this software. Follow the steps below.

Requirements:

  • A Windows PC
  • USB cable to connect your device to PC
  • The latest version of Odin Software
  • Firmware for your device

Tip:

  1. Back up your important Data, before installation
  2. Use the USB cable that comes with your smartphone
  3. Keep battery sufficiently charged
  4. Do not disconnect your phone during installation

Here is a quick overview of all the steps that are involved in manually installing the software update on your Galaxy device.

  • Downloading Firmware
  • Download Odin
  • Understanding Odin
  • Setting up your device
  • Extract firmware
  • Installing firmware in the device using Odin

You’ll need an update package to install it on your Galaxy device. Here are the three most reliable sources that we have listed to download the software update for your Galaxy device. To know more click on the link below.

1. Downloading the firmware for Samsung smartphone

Check our complete guide on how to download firmware for Samsung phones here.

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2. Downloading Odin (From here)

3. Understanding the interface of Odin Software:

After you install the Odin, Open the software and you’ll find four different sections and buttons for the respective section, where you can upload the extracted firmware file. These are:

  • BL: Bootloader
  • AP: Android Partition
  • CP: Modem/Radio
  • CSC: Consumer software customization
  • USERDATA

There are three buttons on the bottom – Start and Reset alongside Exit

4. Extract Firmware:

Extract the firmware and should get 5 files including the following:

  1. AP
  2. BL
  3. CP
  4. CSC
  5. HOME_CS

Note: Use CES_ if you want to perform a clean install or Home_CS_ to keep your personal apps and data.

5. Setup your Samsung device:

Reboot your phone in Download/Odin mode (make sure your device is off) with the button combo mentioned below.

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  1. POWER + VOLUME DOWN + BIXBY
  2. VOLUME DOWN + VOLUME UP then USB cable
  3. POWER + VOLUME DOWN + VOLUME UP
  4. POWER + VOLUME DOWN + HOME BUTTON
  5. USB cable + VOLUME DOWN + BIXBY (Samsung Galaxy Note 9 )
  6. POWER + VOLUME UP (Samsung Galaxy Note 10 )

*Before you start the process make sure that your device is charged more than 50%. 

6. Installing the firmware on your device using Odin:

  1. In download mode, connect your smartphone to the PC using the USB cable that came with your smartphone.
  2. Open Odin and it’ll automatically detect your device and a Blue box will appear with the COM port number.
  3. Do not tick or press any other options.
  4. Click the Start button and it’ll start the firmware installation
  5. Wait for the installation. Once finished, it’ll show “PASS” output and your device will reboot and you can disconnect your smartphone and set it up.

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Samsung One UI 3.1 Tip: How to customize Quick Settings panel on your Galaxy device

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Samsung has built One UI 3.1 with an intuitive and easily accessible interface, which is not only new but gives you a rich and clean UI feel.

From the first appearance, you’ll see that the Home screen, apps, Settings menu, Notification panel, and more are all redesigned compared to the previous one.

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Adding to this your Galaxy device gives you tons of control options – and you don’t even have to look for it. The Quick Settings panel on your Galaxy phone or tablet allows you to easily access and use various functions.

For example, you can turn on airplane mode, mute your device, change the order of keys, or rearrange the keys in any way you choose. This article will help you to customize the Quick Settings panel on your Galaxy device with Samsung One UI 3.1.

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Samsung One UI 3.1 Tip for Quick Settings panel 

Edit the button order

Maybe you’re always connecting to Wi-Fi or using your phone’s flashlight. If that’s the case, you can change the button order so your favorite shortcuts show up first.

  • To open the Quick settings panel, swipe down from the top of the screen using two fingers.
  • Tap More options (the three vertical dots), and then tap Edit buttons or Button order, depending on your phone model.
  • To move a button, touch and hold it, and then drag it into the desired position. Tap Done when you’re finished.

Samsung One UI 3.1 Tip for Quick Settings panel 

Note: On phones with the One UI 3.1 update, you can add a new icon to the panel by swiping left and then tapping the plus sign. Touch and hold your desired icon, and then drag it to your desired position. Tap Done when you’re finished.

Access setting for Quick settings

You know that tapping a Quick setting icon automatically activates certain features. But what about when you want to access the feature’s settings, such as the Flashlight’s brightness setting?

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To do this, open the Quick settings panel by swiping down from the top of the screen. Then, tap the name of the feature under the icon.

  • For example, if you want to access the Flashlight settings, tap the word Flashlight.

A setting menu will automatically appear. Sometimes, you may need to tap Details to be taken to the full settings page. Also, please note that certain settings might be grayed out or not appear if the feature is turned off (e.g., Wi-Fi networks may not show if Wi-Fi is turned off).

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Here are some Samsung Galaxy S21 tips and tricks to take your experience to next level

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Samsung Galaxy S21 Series

Samsung launched the Galaxy S21 lineup in 2021. From the base S21 Galaxy to the powerful S21 Ultra, the company offers a range of devices that are sure to delight many Android fans.

Whether it’s your first time choosing a Galaxy smartphone or you’ve been around the block a few times, there are a few tips and tricks for everyone to learn from.

Here is our collection of great tips and tricks for the Samsung Galaxy S21 to take your experience to the next level.

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Samsung Galaxy S21 Tips and Tricks

Switch to Android touch navigation

By default, Samsung smartphones continue to use the three-button navigation system. This means you are given three buttons at the bottom of your screen that allows you to go back to your home screen, switch between open apps, and go back to the app.

However, Android 11 offers a touch-based system, similar to using an iOS device. This method can feel more precise and allows apps more screen space.

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Here’s how to enable touch navigation on your Galaxy S21:

  • Open the Settings app.
  • Select the Display option.
  • Choose Navigation Bar.
  • Select Swipe Gestures as your option.

Access a personal Google Newsfeed

One of the features introduced in Samsung’s Samsung S21 line with One UI 3.1 is Google Discover. By swiping to the left of your home screen, you can access the automated and customized news feed.

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Google supports Discover feeds for your online activity in an effort to display only the information it believes you would like to read. If Google Discover is not approved, you can follow these steps to show it on your device:

  • Hold down on the Home Screen.
  • Swipe right to access the leftmost screen.
  • Choose to enable or disable Google Discover.

Access call and text from other devices

If you have another Samsung device, such as a tablet, you can allow the feature that allows messages and calls to be shared on your Samsung account.

To enable this feature, follow these instructions:

  • Open the Settings app.
  • Scroll down to Advanced Features.
  • Enable the Call and Text on Other Devices feature.

Control your Galaxy side button

There was a time when Galaxy devices came with a dedicated Bixby assistant for Samsung, but that time is no more. Now, the Galaxy S21 series offers one side button (known as the “power button” for most people) that can be customized as you wish.

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Do you want to access Bixby or quickly launch your camera? Choose exactly what the sidebar does when you press it, double-click, and more. Here’s what:

  • Open the Settings app.
  • Scroll down to Advanced Features.
  • Choose the Side Key option.
  • Select what function you want the key to perform.

Show the fingerprint scanner location

The Samsung Galaxy S21 series under-screen scanner is a great way to keep your smartphone safe while feeling like James Bond every time you turn it on. However, sometimes it can be tricky to find the right place.

Here’s how to display your fingerprint scanner when your device is locked, so you know exactly where to place your finger:

  • Open the Settings app.
  • Choose the Biometrics and Security option.
  • Choose Fingerprints.
  • Confirm your PIN.
  • Enable the Show Icon When Screen is Off option.

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