Samsung has started rolling out Android Oreo Beta 3 update for Galaxy S8 Plus (G955FXXU1ZQKG). Previously, it released Oreo Beta for limited users of Galaxy S8 Plus. The current version will be available for more number of users. If you have Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus, you should check whether you have received Oreo Beta 3 OTA update or not. In case you have not, you can download the full Firmware file manually and flash it on your device by following the simple steps mentioned below.
The third Beta version is available for SM-G950F variants, and the build number is G955FXXU1ZQKG. The following Galaxy S8 Plus Android Oreo Beta 3 Firmware is neither Odin flashable or TWRP flashable. It is a TWRP dump file which you have to restore from TWRP in order to update your device to Oreo Beta 3.
- The firmware file is only applicable to Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus (SM-G955F). If you try it on another device, the device could get damaged.
- Make sure you are using an unlocked Galaxy S8 Plus SM-G955F Exynos Variant.
- The process will erase your data, therefore, take a full backup of your device data.
- Make sure the battery charge is 60% in order to prevent accidental shutdown.
- Download Android 8.0 Oreo beta 3 for Galaxy S8 plus SM-G955F G955FXXU1ZQKG
Your Galaxy S8 Plus may get damaged if you do any mistake in executing the following steps. We will not be responsible for any damage that might occur to your device.
Steps to Install Android Oreo Beta 3 On Galaxy S8 Plus (G955FXXU1ZQKG)
Step 1. Make sure your device has TWRP recovery installed.
Step 2. Boot your device into TWRP mode and take a full backup of the current ROM so that it can come handy in case something goes wrong.
Step 3. Download the Oreo Beta 3 Firmware ZIP file on your PC and extract it in a folder. Connect your phone to your PC and go to TWRP/Backups/<some random number>/
Step 4. Paste the extracted Oreo Beta 3 firmware folder to this location.
Step 5. Go to the main menu of the TWRP on your phone and choose the option Restore.
Step 6. Restore the boot and system image from the firmware folder that you transferred to your device from your PC.
Now, you have to be until you see the boot logo and then you can start using your Galaxy S8 Plus with Oreo Beta 3 installed.