We can’t argue the fact that we are all essentially different people with different preferences. There are some things we like but others loathe – and vice versa. The same situation can be seen in Samsung Galaxy S7’s latest Nougat update.

The Android 7.0 Nougat brought along a couple of nifty features to the Galaxy S7 device but some just can’t seem to open their hearts to it. If you are one of them, here’s how you could revert to Android Marshmallow.

How to Downgrade Galaxy S7 From Android Nougat to Mashmallow

1. Enable USB Debugging and OEM Unlock option from Settings>Developer Option. Enable Developer Options by navigating to About phone and tapping on the Build Number 7 times.
2. Download the Galaxy S7 Stock Marshmallow Fimware.
3. Download the Latest Odin Tool on your PC and extract the zip file.
4. Run the Odin_v3.10/7. exe file on your PC.
5. Using a USB cable, connect your device to your PC and reboot your device into the Download/Odin mode.
6. To access download mode, turn off your device and simultaneously press the Home+Volume Down+Power keys until the download mode screen pops up.
7. In Download mode, you will see an ID:COM port turned blue and Added message in Odin message box – meaning that your device has been recognized by Odin.
8. If ID:COM doesn’t appear this means your driver is not correctly installed or you could try with a different USB cable.
9. Then, locate and add the stock firmware file .tar or .md5 file to the AP/PDA tab in Odin.
10. Ensure that only the Auto Reboot and F.Reset Time are ticked.
11. Tap on Start and it will begin flashing the file. Be patient until you see Pass in Green color on Odin screen. This will install Flash Firmware on your Galaxy S7 device.

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