The most awaited Android 7.0 Nougat update for the carriers in the US like Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon, and AT&T are now going live. Yesterday, Samsung pushed the firmware update for T-Mobile Galaxy S7 (SM-G930T) and S7 Edge (SM-G935T) which took the flagships to the latest Nougat update. This brings the firmware build number G935AUCU48QA6 to the AT&T Galaxy S7 Edge and the G930AUCU48QA6 to the original AT&T S7. The two firmware are now live via OTA across the United States. The update also brings the latest February 1st, 2017 security patch level from Samsung. You will get the download links in the Download section given below.
Moreover, we have already posted Samsung’s Nougat update for Galaxy S7 (SM-G930A) and S7 Edge (SM-G935A) OTA links directly from AT&T servers. Check out the changelog, screenshots and how to update the device from below. The international variants of the same device are already running official Nougat firmware based on Samsung Experience 8. Hence, search for the OTA from settings.
Features and screenshots of AT&T Galaxy S7 Edge G935AUCU48QA6 update:
- Includes OS Upgrade- Android 7.0 Nougat
- Most recent February 1st, 2017 security patch.
- Network performance enhancement
- Revised quick settings
- A newer multi-window implementation
- Small changes to the various UI elements
How to install the Android 7.0 Nougat on AT&T Galaxy S7 (Edge)?
The G935AUCU48QA6 and G930AUCU48QA6 OTA for AT&T S7 Edge and S7 Edge are not yet available. However, we have already captured the previous QA4 Nougat update for the same. So in order to update the S7 device to the latest QA6 firmware, first download the QA4 OTA and check for an OTA. Check out our previous post on how to update AT&T S7 Edge to Nougat via OTA.
The OTA download size is 1.6 GB and can be updated onto your phone via software updates option on Settings app. You may not be able to upgrade if you have rooted, installed TWRP, or flashed a custom ROM. So here is how to restore Galaxy S7 to complete stock Marshmallow.