How to Unroot Galaxy S7 Edge and go Back to Stock Firmware
Rooting your Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge you may lose the chance of receiving OTA update later. Therefore, right after rooting your smartphone, you may only manually install the official updates through Odin. If you would like recover factory and also default settings in order to beable for you to receive OTA update as before, you must unroot your device. To unroot Samsung S7 Edge, follow these guide.
- Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge any model numbers
- Windows PC
- USB data cable
Step by Step to Unroot Galaxy S7 Edge
- On your computer, download Odin and install the program. For download Odin go here.
- Go here and download the correct firmware file for your Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge. (Make sure that the firmware is same with your Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge version).
- Save the file on your computer and unzip the stock firmware and you will find the actual stock firmware file ending with “tar.md5″.
- Download and install the Samsung USB Drivers for Mobile Phones by going here.
- Enter your smartphone in download mode (with the device turned off press ‘Power+Volume Down+Home’ to enter Download Mode. If this key combination doesn’t work, just Google ‘Device Name+Download Mode’).
- Connect your device to the PC with the USB cable.
- Right click on Odin 3.09 and click on ‘run as administrator’.
- This is how it should look like (don’t mind the arrows just yet):
- There is a section called ID:COM (on the left upper side of the window). The blank space underneath it will turn blue if your device is recognized. (If the phone is not recognized make sure you have installed the USB Drivers).
- Click on ‘AP’ and add the .tar.md5 file from the firmware archive.
- IMPORTANT! Do not place anything under the PIT section and make sure that “re-partition” is not checked. (On the left side you will see Re-partition under the Option tab).
- When the firmware file is loaded you can press START to being the installation.
- Don’t touch the USB cable while the firmware is being flashed.
- At the end you will see a message saying ‘PASS” on a green background. This means that the installation is done. The device should reboot and run on the stock ROM.
Be very careful while you go through this process. Make sure you understand all the risks and that you know all the steps before installing a Samsung firmware using Odin.